Spencer Gorge to begin daily advance reservations on September 23

Spencer Gorge Conservation Area, which includes Dundas Peak, Tew Falls and Webster Falls, will require an advanced reservation seven days a week, beginning September 23, to accommodate the fall colour season.

Reservations can be made for 2-hour blocks. Separate advance reservations are required for each area so that visitors will choose either the Dundas Peak & Tew Falls hike experience, or the Webster Falls hike experience.

Spencer Gorge Conservation Area showcases the physical features that make the Niagara Escarpment one of Ontario’s most spectacular geological formations. This significant natural area contains two beautiful waterfalls: Webster and Tew Falls. Webster is a magnificent tiered waterfall, and Tew towers 41 metres and is only a few metres shorter than Niagara Falls. Both experiences offer stunning views of the gorge and the surrounding urban area.

Learn more about Spencer Gorge Reservations.

Admission Fees

Admission fees are $11 per car and $5 per passenger, plus a $10 reservation fee. HCA Membership pass holders will receive free admission, but must pay the reservation fee to book. Reservations are rain or shine and must be made online in advance. Only one vehicle is permitted per reservation. Visitors without an advance reservation will not be permitted entry. No walk-up or drive-up entry will be admitted without an advance reservation.

Municipal Parking Bylaw Enforcement staff will be patrolling the neighbourhoods surrounding the areas to enforce parking restrictions, including tow-away zones. Parking tickets in Special Enforcement Areas carry a $250 fine.

Make a reservation for Spencer Gorge here!