We weren’t really aware that Prince Edward County had beautiful waterfalls (except for our own mini waterfall; see Waterfall video) until we were told of a public open house this weekend at two of them. Both are on private land but once a year the land owners open them to the public as part of a Rotary Club of Picton fundraiser. Appropriately, the fundraising is for clean water projects in Africa.
So we took a break from our work for a couple of hours and enjoyed the drive and the hikes to these two lovely waterfalls. The first, at Cape Vesey is about a 15 minute drive to our northeast and the second, Jackson Falls, is less than 10 minutes to the southwest. It was a lovely day but, if you look carefully, you can see ice behind the falls on the second video.
We hope you enjoy them too!