Are you ready for another Ontario adventure? It’s time to head to the area of Owen Sound and chase waterfalls. This one in particular stands 18 metres high and is found within a conservation area. It’s considered one of the best-known and most visited in the region. Here’s what to know about Inglis Falls Conservation Area.

About a two hour and a half hour drive northwest of Toronto is the Inglis Falls Conservation Area. There are a handful of things to do in the area like exploring about 7.42 km of hiking trails, discovering a series of geological potholes, and fishing.

But the showstopper of it all is the massive cascade that’s beloved by all who visit – Inglis Falls.

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According to Grey Sauble Conservation Authority, the falls’ were created by the Sydenham River meeting the edge of the Niagara Escarpment. And the erosive power of the water had “carved a deep gorge at the base of the falls.”

In order to see the falls at one of the viewpoints, you must take the main trail.

The view is absolutely stunning and a peaceful experience if you’re hoping to get away from the busy city life.

Though it is important to note that access to the base of the falls is absolutely prohibited and you can only see the falls from afar.


According to the Inglis Falls Conservation Area, the daily rate for parking is $10. Payments can be made by debit or credit card.

It’s time to explore Ontario for all it has to offer.

Inglis Falls Conservation Area

Where:  237785 Inglis Falls Road, Owen Sound ON