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Eugenia Falls Conservation Area, Eugenia
Categories: Wildlife Areas, Nature & Parks
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I've been here many times in the last 3 decades and it's always a nice stop on the way north. You have a very impressive view of a high waterfall and the steep valley it drops into. There is a good wa... read more »
The falls themselves are very nice, you can have a short walk around them - follow the trail. You can also go on a longer hike as this is a part of the Bruce trail.
A few of us came here for a quick walk and view of the falls as a reason to get out for a while. Didn't see anything about a parking fee on any websites I had looked at before we left. Parking lot sig... read more »
The falls themselves are pretty nice if you're in the area, but I went there for a hike, and loved it. I walked from Eugenia Falls to Hogg's Falls on the Bruce Trail. It's about 6.5 km one way. Take Lower Valley Rd for a shortcut. Hogg's Falls are much smaller than Eugenia Falls, but the hike there is beautiful, challenging enough, and varied in landscape. Bring bug spray. This is Bruce Trail so it's clearly marked, and there are side trails along the way. You can also go North instead of South at the falls, it goes for some ways, though if you want a trail map, get the Bruce Trail app ($20). Parking at the falls isn't free, they have signs for self-registered online parking. Watch your car there, the parking is full of deep holes. There's a port-a-potty, no other conveniences.
A paved path leads to stunning views of the valley and waterfall and eventually connects to the Bruce trail. A picnic shelter is available and is a great day out for all.
Not a big falls, hiking trail is good and the view of the valley from the trail is beautiful. Should be a great sight during fall.
Beautiful falls, nice little hike to the bottom of the falls
Peter V. Jaspers-Fayer
Best time to see this is mid-April or so, allowing best viewing and most water over the falls.
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