Bridal Veil Falls

Bridal Veil Falls, Kagawong: Address, Bridal Veil Falls Reviews: 4.5/5

Bridal Veil Falls
4.5
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cuddlypolarbear
Saint John, Canada344 contributions
Aug. 2021
One of the most stunning places I have been, the falls cannot even be summed up in a photo. You can swim in the falls if you chose or just take in the visual beauty mini front of you from the stairs.
The hikes are amazing and the views are like nothing else. a path level for everyone and an excellent day trip.
Written November 14, 2021
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Patricia B
Astorville, Canada14 contributions
Sep. 2021 • Family
Unique swimming experience right under the falls and a beautiful walking trail. Easy trail for all ages. You can also park closer to the falls if you don't want to walk a trail to get there.
Written September 4, 2021
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somethingeneric
London, UK292 contributions
Aug. 2021 • Friends
Overhyped if you have been to waterfalls in the Hamilton. It is nice and tall considering it is on an island. There are stairs to go down but too many families and children swimming at the bottom of the waterfalls. A lot of people trying to take pictures. Not much space to stand with people’s stuff lying around. This was on a weekday by the way. It would be a side destination if anyone is visiting.
Written August 17, 2021
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Bernard F
Barrie, Canada7 contributions
Aug. 2021 • Couples
The falls are lovely. Bring water shoes and swim gear. The easy trail along the river is nice; a bit of poison ivy to be aware of. The moderate trail along the opposite side is marginally maintained up to a point then comes to a vague end, requiring a water crossing. The steep ‘red’ trail is closed at the entrance for no obvious reason. More disturbing are the NO TRESPASSING and KEEP OUT signs posted on what was thought to be public land!!!
Written August 13, 2021
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SoyKabAl
Newmarket, Canada280 contributions
Jul. 2021
Small but pretty waterfall. The fixed stairs make it extremely easy for everyone to go down to the bottom without any hiking. You could go behind the water to take a nice snap. The pool area is shallow but rocky so be careful with the young ones. It's not Niagara but if you are on Manitoulin this is a nice spot to see. There are only 3-4 parking spots at the actual site which is hilarious but you can park along the side of the roads. There are also public washrooms at the site which is a nice touch.
Written July 19, 2021
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Noel H
Toronto, Canada37 contributions
Jul. 2021
awesome spot to visit. great view and the trail takes you to a village and the public docks are all pretty much brand new. easy walking trail for anyone
Written July 14, 2021
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Jo T
Bonfield, Canada11 contributions
Mar. 2021 • Solo
Kagawong falls in the winter is absolutely breathtaking. If you can climb behind the falls even with the ice, it's so worth it.
Written March 6, 2021
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Alex W
65 contributions
Sep. 2020
The parking space at the fall on hwy 540 can only accommodate around 6 vehicles. There is a platform next to the parking lot overlooking the fall. There is also a steel stair walkway leading down to the fall but unfortunately it was close due to covid. So we decided to keep driving north onto main street for about 800m to a large parking lot at the war memorial park. From there we follow the kagawong river trail back the the bottom of the bridal veil fall. The trial is a short and easy walk which is good after we took long trial walks for the last 5 days.
The fall is not a big one but quite nice and peaceful. We also saw fishes swimming in the pool at the fall bottom and also fishes trying to swim upstream against the water flow and rocks to reach the pool.
If you are driving to manitoulin island from espanola in the north, do not forget to visit the visitor center once you cross the bridge into Little Current where you can get the map and information.
Written October 20, 2020
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billy v
Wellandport, Canada24 contributions
Oct. 2020 • Couples
Its cool but.... Its not worth driving 20 miles out of the way for. The cup and saucer trail is definately worth it though.
Written October 18, 2020
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SaucerEyes
Toronto, Canada27 contributions
Oct. 2020 • Couples
Overhyped. I guess it's a nice stopover while you're visiting the beautiful little town of Kagawong, but I wouldn't make the trip just to see it. The hiking in the area is fine, though there are much better trails elsewhere. And the falls themselves are not that big or picturesque. I guess the two things about the falls that are interesting are 1) you can go behind them to take pictures (though if you go at a time when there are lots of people, there's a lineup that just isn't worth it for me); and 2) you see the dead salmon floating around that swam upstream to the falls (morbid, but a fascinating nature sight).
Written October 13, 2020
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