Plan a trip to Gooderham Falls

Aerial view of Gooderham Falls, Ontario near the Irondale River. Photo by Tom Worsley/Shutterstock

Gooderham Falls are a narrow falls on the Irondale River. The falls can be viewed from a bridge that crosses over the river in the town of Gooderham, or you can walk down the river to see them from the bottom. Look for evidence of an old water power project in the area.

To find these falls, take Hwy 35 north from Lindsay. Turn right on Kawartha Lakes Road 45 towards Kinmount. Turn right on Kawartha Lakes Road 121, and then left on Peterborough Road 503. Continue for 19 km to Gooderham. Go left on Pine Avenue, then left again on Lakeshore Road and look for the bridge over the river. The falls are just downstream.

Nearby: The town of Gooderham has trails for hiking and cycling through the area.

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