Between May and November, all visitors to Webster Falls require an online reservation prior to visiting.
Webster Falls is the largest waterfall in the region – and one of the most popular. Located in the historic village of Dundas, Webster Falls is close to hiking trails, beautiful green space and great amenities and restaurants in town.
- This 22-metre classical curtain waterfall is one of Hamilton’s most iconic waterfalls.
- Its wide expanse of waterfall spills over a tiered drop, not far from where the shuttle drops off visitors.
- It’s well worth a visit in the fall for prime leaf viewing of stunning Dundas Valley.
- It’s part of the Spencer Gorge/Webster Falls Conservation Area, one of Upper Canada’s earliest industrial communities.
- The open grounds around the falls are easy to navigate and pause for photos or to enjoy a snack.
- Don’t miss the beautifully restored cobblestone bridge that crosses Spencer Creek.
Online Reservation System
- Due to the area’s popularity, visitors must reserve a spot in advance to enjoy Webster Falls on certain days between May and November.
- Reservations are required during the following times:
Mid-May until mid-September (weekends and public holidays only)
Mid-September until mid-November (seven days a week)
- Reservations are available for two-hour blocks with staggered arrival times. Reserve early to avoid disappointment.
- Visit Hamilton Conservation Authority for more details including admission fees.
Parking and Proximity to Falls
- Between May and November, on-site parking is limited to those with an online reservation only. (Strict fines in place for parking in prohibited areas.)
- The walk to the falls from the lot is around 600 metres