Discover Ontario ~ Walter’s Falls

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Our DISCOVER ONTARIO video series takes visitors along with us as we learn more about the communities and events we experience. Each video and post include an “interesting” fact about the community or event we visited. See if you can guess the right answer!

This week’s video features the Walter’s Falls, located in Grey County. If you are Grey County area, it seems that all signs lead you to Walter’s Falls!

The following is from the Grey County website ~ “Although this waterfall is on private property, there is a viewing platform where Walter’s Creek plunges 14 metres in the heart of the village. Named for the pioneer John Walter and his family, the picturesque settlement grew around its waterpower, which continues to provide energy for a gristmill. The location is now home to the spectacular accommodation The Falls Inn.

What year was the first saw mill established in the Village of Walter’s Falls?

ANSWER? 1866, 1892, 1845, 1854

The correct answer is shown below. Don’t peek!

Have fun and hopefully we will see you along the “Ontario Road of Discovery”!

**The answer to our Water’s Falls question is 1854!

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