Every Canadian Thanksgiving weekend, Ball’s Falls puts on their famous Thanksgiving Festival, where the beautifully-preserved 19th century hamlet hosts exhibits by artists, artisans, farmers, and craftspeople from all over Canada.
Family-friendly entertainment abounds, with wildlife displays and folk musicians onstage throughout the weekend. Fall is a gorgeous time of year to visit the conservation area: plan to stay the whole day and hike along the Cataract Trail, or take your family through the Grist Mill and Blacksmith Shop.
Balls Falls is a beautiful park. As we travelled on a unseasonably warm day in December there was no snow but it was fantastic and there was lots of water going over the falls. The trails were not...
This is one of the good falls (if not considering Niagara falls...). There are 2 falls around this area... upper and lower. Lower falls, you can view just from the viewing area. When it comes to...
Too bad they have to charge for this. It’s a well maintained trail system with some historical buildings that provide a history of the site, a former mill and working farm. Visiting in August means...