WaterFalls of the Great Lakes Region

Niagara Falls Aubrey Falls Taughannock Falls Letchworth Falls Kakabeka Falls Agawa Falls Eugenia Falls Balls Falls Big Manitou Falls Bond Falls Brandywine Falls Ithaca Falls Tahquamenon Falls High Falls High Falls Gooseberry Falls Bridal Veil Falls Potato Falls Cucumber Falls Inglis Falls Long Slide Falls Miners Falls Aguasabon Falls Umbata Falls Agate Falls Cataract Falls Mill Creek Falls Muddy Creek Falls High Falls Autrain Falls Hungarian Falls Eagle River Falls Rock Glen Falls Cataract Falls Dave's Falls Fonferek Falls Cross River Falls Wequiock Falls Paine Falls Cedar Falls Greenville Falls Hayden Falls Fallsville Falls Ganoga Falls Buttermilk Falls Buttermilk Falls High Falls Fenelon Falls High Falls Duchesnay Falls Eau Claire Gorge Falls High Falls (York River) Napanee Falls High Falls Williamsport Falls McCormick Creek Falls Willow Falls Cunningham Falls Clifton Gorge Cascade Falls Freedom Falls Moon Falls Lyons Falls

The Great Lakes contain about 18% of the world's fresh water, and a lot of this water is at some time part of a waterfall. Waterfalls can be found near the shores and in the watersheds of all five of the Great Lakes. All the lakes eventually drain into Lake Ontario by means of Niagara Falls, one of the world's largest waterfalls. The above map shows the location of some of the most significant waterfalls in or near the Great Lakes region that I have visited.

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