Ball's Falls Heritage Conservation Area

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Set within the breathtaking Twenty Valley watershed, Ball’s Falls Conservation Area offers spectacular scenery and natural beauty. Your visit will begin at the Ball’s Falls Centre for Conservation. Visitors will take pleasure in the interactive exhibits and displays focusing on nature, conservation and culture in the context of the area’s history, the Niagara Escarpment, and the watershed. As you continue your adventure, you will discover that Ball’s Falls has been lovingly maintained to its early mid 19th century industrial hamlet atmosphere featuring the original Ball family home, an operating flour mill, a lime kiln, a church, black smith shop, carriage shed and more. Photographers and nature lovers alike will love the incredibly breathtaking view of the majestic Twenty Mile Creek as it plummets over both the upper and lower falls. Wind up your visit with a hike or stroll along the Cataract Trail aside the banks of Twenty Mile Creek with easy access to the Bruce Trail.
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Activities
Admission Lake River Reservoir Education Interpretive Heritage Museum Handicapped Access Facilities Rental Picnic Facilities Camping Hiking Snowshoeing Cross Country Skiing
Telephone
905-562-5235
Address
6th Ave, Beamsville, Ontario
Latitude
43.13331
Longitude
-79.38239
Trail Maps Available
Type of Experience
Active Adventures
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