Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, Alliston

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Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, located in Caledon, Ontario, Canada is part of the Ontario Parks system and is part of the Niagara Escarpment biosphere. The park is on the Bruce Trail. The Credit River runs through the park. Other notable features of the park include a kettle lake, and talus slope.
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  • The Forks of the Credit Park is beautiful in the fall, but it's best in the spring. So many of our trails in Caledon are in the forest, but the Forks Park has wide open meadows as well as deeply incis...  more »
  • Love the forks of the credit provincial park for a quick walk or a longer hike. The beauty of nature right on your doorstep.  more »
  • My top 3 fall hiking spots are Forks of Credit, Dundas Peak and Mono Cliffs. Pro: - Forks of cliffs is close to Toronto, north of Brampton. 1h15m from Scarborough - costs only $8-10 for 2/4 hours - ha...  more »
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  • If you can take up a challenge, looking forward to reach the waterfalls from your car-park...its not for the weak hearted. This place has lot of steep hills n narrow path way...but surely leads to heavens paradise. Its surely a place to be visited during the fall season. Beautiful n blissful aura with deep dark woods n Natures tranquility giving you a feeling of a tropical forest trekking. Surely a place to visit. **** stars (From Free Entrance)
  • It's a great place to hike! It has several kilometers of paths and they're very well connected. You'll definitely feel part of nature. Parking is about $14 for the entire day (until 10 P.M.) but if you know you're only going to be for a few hours, you may just pay by the hour. The downside is that, the falls, one of the biggest attractions, have the viewing platform closed to the public. You can go around, but you'll be at your own risk, so keep that in mind.
  • Great place for a hike. Bruce trail passes through which gives a variety of side trails to take through the park. The terrain changes through different sections which was really nice. The viewing bridge was out of service hence 4 stars. You can still see the falls from other locations though. The hikes I would class as easy with some side trails as moderate.
  • Expensive if you enter the common way, but you can park a bit away and then enter from the Cataract Rd side for free. Plus then you're closer to the old mill which is epic. I mean, I wouldn't know. It is illegal to trespass. And I hear the OPP fines those who do. Easy to grab some sumac fruitage to make a tea from or wild asparagus or wild apples. There's some other cool ruins to check out too
  • A beautiful provincial park. If you are adventurous, you can combine the in-park trail with nearby Bruce Trail into a beautiful 10+km hike.