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Hi, my Wife and I spent 2 nights here (mid week 11-13 July)
The campsites are nice and very well maintained. Park staff were present making the rounds. The park custodian is gentlemen by the name Don. We were in Site # 15. Nice not...More
There are plenty of trees in the park, so walking is almost always in the shade. You can walk either to the top of the falls or the bottom. We choose the bottom.
The walk was a little step and gravely so good walking shoes...More
We only went to see the falls. The Upper Fall is the best, and takes 0 effort to get there.
You can drive almost all the way up to the "Englishman River Falls Provincial Park" on Google Maps, which a dead end, a parking lot....More
This park follows along a beautiful river with picturesque falls and very nice rain forest. The loop hike is about a mile and has a bit of climbing and decending. Those with physical limitations can walk a short distance from the parking lot to the...More
First we stopped at the provincial park but we really did want to see the falls so e continued on and soon found them. An easy hike to the upper falls....beautiful and then to see the lower falls there is a steeper hill and one...More
First time to this area and was pleasantly surprised on all the hiking options, the wonderful river flowing by, the suspension bridge to get you to the other side. With perfect weather, we spent many hours here! A must outdoor activity when in the area.
We went for a walk today with our daughter. It took us about half an hour to walk around and stop to enjoy the falls and listen to the power of the water. There is a campground near by that is open in the summer...More