No matter what season of the year, Inglis Falls enchants visitors with its stunning 18 m (26 ft) cascade. Take a tour around the waterfall and capture the elements on your camera while the mist of the roaring water surrounds you. Look from several other points and platforms for great vistas. While there, check out the remains of the burnt down grist mill and nearby geological pits and enjoy a picnic in the picnic facilities. A free parking lot and restrooms are nearby. Inglis Falls is just one of the many highlights you can arrange to see using our , world travel planner Edition.
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We took the opportunity to visit Inglis falls when we were staying at Harrison Park. The Falls is just down the road from the park so it was easy to get to. The Falls and the lookout points are... more »
Beautiful Falls and lovely hiking area. Great outdoor experience. Great for families and couples...the trail is a little steep for people with mobility issues. more »
There are many excellent hiking trails that start at the falls. Falls and surrounding forest of cedar trees is gorgeous. more »
Great place to hike from to Harrison Park and back again in the summer. Best winter photos can be taken here and a great place to hike. I love coming here and watching the water falls.
Gorgeous! We picked a HOT day to go but it’s very well shaded by the many trees. Beautiful landscape to explore & enjoy. We had a 2.5 year old with us, she was tired but did well. It was a good challenge though! Definitely worth checking it out & starting the hike from Harrison Park.
Incredible, even during the winter. Also, incredibly icy - watch your step! Seems to be a popular place for dog walking, so that's a plus!
Very pretty! Trees and falls covered in ice and the sun got caught in the freezing mist in mid air. But why does the town make me pay 6 bucks? There are better revenue streams for the coffin than milking families who are active and get out during the weekend.
Gets 1 star because you have to pay to park. The falls and trails are nice though. But we shouldn’t be paying to access a publicly owned property.
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