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You Can Picnic Beside This Ontario Waterfall Hidden In A Lush Forest

You'll fall for these views!
Ontario Associate Editor
Ontario's Raleigh Falls Is Hidden In A Lush Forest With A Perfect Picnic Spot

Summer is the perfect season for ice cream, sun tanning, and waterfall chasing. Ontario boasts so many stunning cascades, and you can find them tucked away in parks or down scenic trails. This waterfall is hidden in a lush forest, and you can enjoy a picnic lunch beside this sparkling shower. Ontario's Raleigh Falls is worth a stop on your next road trip adventure.

 The wonderful thing about waterfalls is that each one is different.

Ontario has a diverse range of falls, from powerful cascades to gentle streams.

This little gem is hidden inside a leafy forest, and it's a serene spot to enjoy this summer.

Raleigh Falls is located near Ignace, Ontario. The small series of cascades is reminiscent of a fairytale glade. 

This spot is so secret that it's not marked with signage. If you're chasing this natural beauty, then keep an eye out for Raleigh Lake Road.

There is a sign for a rest area, which is where you'll find the falls.

The waterfall is only a short distance away from the parking area, and you can gaze at the glimmering cascades from the lookout area beside it.

There are also picnic tables set up alongside the falls, and its a dreamy place to enjoy lunch on a sunny day.

Smokey Hollow Falls is another hidden waterfall worth discovering this summer. 

You can find it tucked away down a 5.1-kilometre trail just a road trip away from Toronto.

As magical as waterfalls are, sometimes it's nice to see some of Ontario's other natural wonders as well.

From rolling red hills and butterfly fields to towering rock formations, you'll be in awe at the beauty of our province.

Take an adventure to this enchanting waterfall glade and don't forget to pack a picnic lunch!

Raleigh Falls

Price: Free

Address: Highway 17, Ignace, ON

Why You Need To Go: Enjoy this waterfall picnic spot this summer!

We strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.

    Madeline Forsyth
    Ontario Associate Editor
    Madeline Forsyth is an Associate Editor for Narcity Canada’s Ontario Desk focused on Toronto restaurants and is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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