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.
On the good side: we turned up around 5 and there was no charge for parking or admission. The site is pretty and is intended to give you a taste of a 19th-century village. On the bad side, the falls...
We were in Lincoln and decided to visit Ball’s conservation and falls. We got there paid our fees which is $8 per person, and headed down to the falls and historic homes. From the main office it was...
Disappointed, falls w/o water!.....so we paid 8$ each to get in the park Totally not worted! What else to say about this?