Black Beaver Falls


October 10, 2003

Province: Ontario

Location: Agawa Canyon Park

Height: 175

Crest: 15?

Water Source: Black Beaver Creek

Waypoint: 47.419N 84.485W

Summary: Black Beaver Falls is located in Agawa Canyon Park, which is only easily accessible by rail. If you like trains and waterfalls, then the Algoma Central Tour Train might be just the thing for you.

Black Beaver Falls is one of the three waterfalls in Agawa Canyon Park, which is most easily reached by means of the Algoma Central Railway. The park is maintained as a scenic stop by the railway. The Agawa Canyon is on the edge of Lake Superior Provincial Park, and can also be reached by a hike of several days.

The Black Beaver Creek divides in two before falling into the canyon, creating a north and a south falls. It is a short walk from the train to the base of either of the falls.

[Lake Superior] [Lake Superior Provincial Park] Nearby Falls

There are two other falls in the park. Bridal Veil Falls is on the opposite canyon wall. The smaller Otter Creek Falls are on the far end of the park, which is less than half a mile away. The train leaves from Sault Ste. Marie, where you will find Crystal Falls.

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North Black Beaver Falls

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South Black Beaver Falls

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