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Sauble Falls Provincial Park, Sauble Beach
(3.2/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web)
Sauble Falls Provincial Park serves as a picturesque verdant parkland ideal for family getaways. Sportfishers find excellent freshwater stream fishing conditions at the park, so bring a rod and some tackle along. Also bring plenty of snacks to take advantage of the park’s extensive picnic site, and make sure younger members of the family stop off at the children’s playground. The eponymous falls within the park are also the end of a canoeing route, an ideal one if you're just a beginner. To visit Sauble Falls Provincial Park and other attractions in Sauble Beach, use our Sauble Beach vacation trip planner.
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  • A pretty waterfall right by the road so not much walking required. There is a separate parking area with a short term parking fee for folks who are not planning to camp at the park. 
  • We stopped by this place on our way to Sauble Beach. It was a nice stop, where we took some great pictures. Don't miss this. 
  • Definitely one of the beautiful areas to visit. The falls are amazing and worth taking the camera for some unique photos 
  • Offers a nice cascading waterfall with subtle drops. You are able to sit right in the water which is pretty cool.
  • Best provincial park for camping in Ontario. Beautiful sites, clean and modern facilities, and more importantly: Waterfalls to sit/play in 5 minutes from your site, a beautiful beach 5 min drive away, and a cute little town with a solid assortment of food a 10 min drive away.
  • The falls are the best part of this campground. They are low and slow moving enough that even children can play in them. Definitely worth the trip. But the awesome ends there. The sites are small and lack the privacy I've come to expect at provincial parks. And the washrooms are old and tired.
  • Beautiful cascading waterfall with good diving spot. Kayaking, canoeing, waterboarding. Campground and children play area nearby. Pristine and serene.
  • Cheaper price for canoeing and kayaking... Slippery surface on falls... good to be careful while with children...