Eastern Ontario has some really nice things to do and see, especially throughout the warmer months of the year. After my adventure at Frontenac Park, my friend Kandace and I checked out Cape Vassey and Jackson Falls in Prince Edward County.
Prince Edward County is a little community just west of Kingston and accessible via the 401 or the Glenora Ferry. In the County, these two gorgeous waterfalls are open to the public with free admission only one time a year. Because they are open to the public only once a year they are seldom seen and a real treat to experience. although admission is free, donations are encouraged.
The waterfalls are a short hike from the roadside and are really beautiful and accessible only in the spring. Both of the falls are on private property so if you want to go at another time you must contact the landowners independently.
Kandace and I spent about 30 minutes at each of the falls taking pictures and enjoying the scenery. After we visited the local cheese factory and a local bar for some classic Canadian Caesars.
Visiting the falls was a really nice way to spend the afternoon outdoors. The hike is easy and the falls are pretty so it is a nice experience. The falls are a little chilly so I suggest bringing a coat, and if you want some pictures without people, go early in the morning.