Located on the north branch of the Muskoka River, Wilson’s Falls is a cascading waterfall with a few large drops. The waterfall has a dam, which is fairly unobtrusive and is part of a power generation system that generates power for the area. The original power station was built in 1901.
A trail with steep hills and rugged terrain follows the Muskoka River and offers several good viewpoints for the falls.
Nearby: The town of Bracebridge, as well as Bracebridge Falls and High Falls. A day trip of waterfalls in the Bracebridge area would be easy to plan.