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This Secret Ontario Swimming Spot Has Mini Waterfalls Cascading Over Limestone Cliffs

It's fit for a mermaid 🧜

Toronto Senior Staff Writer
Falls Reserve Conservation Area Is A Dreamy Ontario Swimming Spot

If you're dreaming of a unique spot to enjoy the water and some views, look no further than this place.

Falls Reserve Conservation area is situated along the Maitland River in Benmiller, Ontario, and it boasts a series of mini waterfalls flowing over limestone cliffs.

The shallow water is the ideal place to cool off and enjoy the magical cascades, but it is advised that visitors use at own risk as there is no lifeguard on duty.

There are also 7 kilometres of picturesque trails at the reserve, so you can spend the day exploring the area and splashing through the river.

Next time you're planning a summer day trip, pack up your hiking shoes and swimsuit and explore this unique area.

Falls Reserve Conservation Area

Price: $15 per vehicle

Address: County Road 31, Benmiller, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: Take a dip in cascading water at this secret Ontario swimming spot.


Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

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