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Healey Falls

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Healey Falls

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County Road 50 at Trent River, Campbellford, Trent Hills, Ontario Canada
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Bay of Quinte and Northumberland Cycle Tour
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Bay of Quinte and Northumberland Cycle Tour

Includes a complete&#xa0;6 day itinerary with map, turn by turn route guide, all of the&#xa0;reservations that you require for accommodation, bicycle rental, luggage transfer and travel insurance and telephone help line. The cost of the reserved services is additional.&#xa0;This includes a door to door route map, turn by turn directions, topography and information on attractions, events, restaurants and bike shops.&#xa0;<br><br>6 to 7 days - 1 day optional Average 58 kilometers (36 miles) per day<br>Rolling hills, moderate to difficult. &#xa0;Loop route.<br>PLEASE NOTE: Weather is suitable for touring from May 15 to October 15.
US$125.13 per adult
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Tim P wrote a review Aug. 2020
Peterborough, Canada24 contributions8 helpful votes
We had never been to Healey Falls even though it's 40 minutes from home. We found it just south of 12 th line off Hwy 50 on a little side road which looks like someone's driveway. There is house right there but there is also a parking lot to the left. You park on sort of a grassy area and then walk about 300 ft to the water near a large dam. There were about 50 people there on a Saturday afternoon with good weather. We took a second to pick out our spot. Most people were hanging out in the "steps" of the waterfall or alongside the water fall. The dam and waterfall are about 400 feet wide. I couldn't understand why people weren't swimming in the pool at the bottom of the falls. We decided to go to the far end of the pool at the bottom of the falls and we were told by some people to take a path down to the water rather than walk down the rocks. The walk down the path and on the other side of the pool is a bit rough. We set up down by the water on some rocks. Some people had lawn chairs but where we were you can't set up lawn chairs. You're sitting on rocks. We had blow up chairs and sat on them and swam. Went under the falls - lots of fun. Went for a walk downstream -it was very shallow but kind of nice. Water shoes are needed or anywhere near or in the water. lots of people but all you hear is the noise of the falls. My guess is that a lot of folks from the GTA and Durham pop up for the day -nice to see. Everyone was getting along and having fun.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Katbaloou wrote a review Jul. 2020
Trent Hills, Canada48 contributions11 helpful votes
This place is not for public swimming as it is below a dam, which may open at any time. Do not go here.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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candy_pink wrote a review Jul. 2020
Toronto, Canada7 contributions
This is a beautiful spot if you want to just chill! It is quite of a challenge finding this gem. Once you cross the bridge at county rd 50, turn right, just before the 12th line, you'll see a dirt road that looks like a private driveway. Go all the way to end and you'll see the falls. Enjoy!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Lorne B wrote a review Jul. 2020
Toronto, Ontario, Canada364 contributions567 helpful votes
Gorgeous Falls and not very busy. Can totally spend a couple of hours here in the water and watching the falls. There was a couple of spots full of garbage however and it would be nice for people to clean up after themselves. Make sure to also bring sandals as the rocks are slippery and steep
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Acacia wrote a review May 2020
5 contributions2 helpful votes
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On county rd 50, just before the bridge, turn right down a small dirt road ( it looks like somebody’s driveway) keep driving down, you’ll find this hidden gem in 1 minute. It took us a long time to find this place. There is no signs. Once you get there, there is space for parking so don’t worry about that. Very fun, we went for a swim at the bottom, bring water shoes, the rocks aren’t sharp, just slimy. Enjoy!!!! Highly recommend this hidden beautiful place!
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Date of experience: May 2020
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