Tiffany Falls Conservation Area, Ancaster

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#2 of 39 in Parks in Hamilton
Wildlife Area · Nature / Park
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  • Easy and well-maintained trail to the base of the beautiful Tiffany Falls. Great location for photos. Parking is limited so go early. By 10:00 am, most parking spots were taken. Parking costs $5. If.....  more »
  • Tiffany Falls is my favorite. Parking is a nightmare. $5 like everywhere else but the lot is very small. The bylaw officer was handing out tickets to everyone not parked in an actual spot. We had to....  more »
  • This is a lovely spot. The walk to the falls is relatively short and the falls are as pictured. The down side is that parking is in high demand and rather limited. It is a great hike. Remember that....  more »
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  • Fantastic conservation area. Tiffany falls itself is wonderful, and the area around is well kept. The parking lot is a good access point to the Bruce Trail / Sherman Falls area as well. Great place to take the dog for a walk/run/swim!
  • Beautiful hike along the Bruce Trail that allows you to go between a few different waterfalls and a conservation area. Great day trip if you enjoy the outdoors. Would highly recommend!
  • This place is incredible in the winter when the falls are frozen over. Just as amazing in the summer with all the lush vegetation. The hike is relatively simple, a nice lookout point has been set up for spectators wanting a good view from down below. Very picturesque.
  • Nice place to discover when you are on the way to Hamilton You park the car, you will and walk inside the jungle for 5 min. then you will see the falls. I think best time to visit after winter (in spring season) water level would be more.
  • Went their with family and friends how was surprised to how badly the place is maintained. Firstly the address is not accurate, we ended up in residential area where they had signs posted that there is no access to falls from there. Then after scrambling around we made it to right location however it has space for like 10 or so cars but there were 20 vehicles there already. That means no space to park and if you drive ahead its not easy to get back. I'm sure local authorities make good money out of parking ($5 flat rate) but don't spend anything to maintain parking or the actual falls I don't mind paying if that money is spent for something good

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