Sauble Falls Provincial Park
From: May To: October
- Phone: 519-422-1952
- Phone 2:
- Address: 1400 Sauble Falls Road,Sauble Beach, ON
Sauble Falls Provincial Park marks a series of limestone ledges that form Sauble Falls. On hot days, people often wade in the pools and cool off under the cascades. The park has a playground, campsites and a visitor centre that displays the history and ecology of the area. Trails lead through lush forest along scenic dunes with lookouts over the river. High sand dunes are also located north of the falls on the parkway, where children love to tumble down their slopes. The remnant of the water flume that once powered a pioneer saw mill, is visible on the north side of the falls. It is a pretty place to picnic and a boardwalk provides a view of the falls. Sauble Falls is the site of major spring and fall spawning runs for Lake Huron rainbow trout and salmon when fish can be seen leaping and thrashing their way up the falls. The fishing season is open year round below the fish sanctuary.
The Sauble River is also navigable above the falls up to the Jewel Bridge Road in summer or downstream from Allenford to Hepworth Road in high water conditions, although dangerous falls exist at Park Head and just above Hepworth Road. The river winds around fern covered banks and high sand dunes that rise steeply from the river. Canoes and pedal boats can be rented at the parking lot beside the falls.