The 15 metre high Indian Falls waterfall was formed by the erosion of soft Queenston shale beneath hard Manitoulin dolomite in a manner similar to Niagara Falls.  Please note, that the flow of water is minimal in the late summer and early fall months.  The hiking trail begins next to the washroom building.  This 0.8 km trail to the falls is very rigorous and is rated “difficult: – rocky terrain, steep path/cliffs.

Near the parking area, in the reclaimed gravel pit, sits ball diamonds, tennis courts and playground equipment.  These recreational facilities are owned and maintained by the Township of Georgian Bluffs for its residents, thus demonstrating a successful partnership between two different organizations.

During the winter and early spring, the trail is closed at Indian Falls.

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INDIAN FALLS TRAIL characteristics

Length: .7 km
Difficulty: Difficult (Trail classifications)
Trail surface: Compacted soil/hard packed and Gravel
Trail use: Hiking
Accessibility Notes: Surface is compated soil, stones, steep paths. Not wheelchair accessible
Fees: none

Flora & Fauna:

Not reported yet.

Amenities: seasonal washrooms

Attractions: waterfall

Grey Sauble Conservation Authority 519-376-3076

GPS Coordinates (main trailhead):
Latitude: 44.6193900
Longitude: -80.9461000


Photo credits:

Don Knight