Balls Falls Conservation Area
The Balls Falls conservation area hosts a fall festival each year on the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. It features nature walks, arts and crafts, First Nations skills and lore, a working flour mill, raptor demonstrations, pony rides and a lot more. A great place to go with your family.
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Uploaded: 23/09/2011
Updated: 26/06/2014


Tags: vineland; balls falls; fall festival; joe starman; joe paquette; first nations; flint knapping
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