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.
Absolutely beautiful waterfalls, well groomed trails! Brought our two dogs here and they just loved hiking to both falls-not even a far distance apart. The old buildings were interesting to peak...
Ball's Falls conservation area has two wonderful waterfalls you can hike to as well as a number of preserved buildings to visit on site. Parking is available on site for a small fee. Wonderful...
Take in history at the small village of Balls Falls, and either stroll on the park near the great Information Center Or Hike down along the river and be dazzled by its beauty. A magical place Enjoy