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“Hidden gem”

Eugenia Falls Conservation Area
Kitchener, Canada
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17 reviews
8 attraction reviews
common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 7 helpful votes
“Hidden gem”
Reviewed October 18, 2012

Great little day trip, we go about once a year in the spring/summer. The falls are gorgeous, and there are some smooth rocks that make the ideal spot for a picnic. There's a walking trail, and some old stone structures. It's always really quiet, I don't think we've ever seen more than 3 or 4 groups while we were there, and that's a busy day. Across the main road and down a side street or two is a great little lake, so we usually end our day with a swim.
Looking forward to going back next year.

Visited August 2012
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toronto
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95 reviews
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“A little falls in Ontario's Grey County”
Reviewed October 8, 2012

This was our 1st stop in our day trip of little falls tour. There were 7 water falls in this area as per the free Ontario Attractions magazine. The nice thing about this falls is its ease of access to the top of the falls. I would've like to climb to the bottom of this falls and get some nice shots. But being greedy about trying to see as many falls as possible, I decided to save the old legs and didn't nose around. It is a narrow tall (for the area) falls that dug a gorge out the rocks.

Visited July 2012
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Waterloo ,Ontario
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common_n_attraction_reviews_1bd8 25 helpful votes
“Great little stop”
Reviewed September 5, 2012

Taking the drive through scenic Beaver valley and stopped at eugenia falls. Actually be careful not to miss it as it is down a little street called Pellisier. About 100yds off the county rd 13 on Pellisier is the parking lot ( with porta potties). There is no cost to this attraction. Walk down the path about 100ft and there you are at the top of the falls. Walk down to the left for a better vantage point of the falls (see pic). I would highly recommend this if travelling through the area.

Visited August 2012
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Collingwood, Canada
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33 reviews
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“Lovely Spot "Winter, Spring, Summer or Fall"”
Reviewed August 15, 2012

We have visited this area on a number of occasions and often as part of a drive around the falls on the Bruce Peninsula. The falls are not too big as the water is mostly diverted but they are high at over 100 feet. In the winter the trees make you feel you have gone through the wardrobe into Narnia and the falls have formed a 100 foot ice block. Great food at the Beaver Valley Restaurant just before you turn into the car park. Worth a visit and its free. Check out Hoggs Falls just 10 minutes away.

Visited July 2012
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