Though Niagara Falls is the most famous one, Ontario is home to many beautiful waterfalls which many people aren’t even aware of. If you’ll be traveling the province this summer, here are a few that you need to see to believe.Bridal Veil Falls
Found on Manitoulin Island, the Bridal Veil Falls gives you 35 feet of magnificence fed from Lake Kagawong. You can venture to the pool at the bottom of the falls via a walking trail or a staircase, or you can take scenic shots from one of the many observation points around the falls. Chaudière Falls
Also known as the Kana:tso or Akikodjiwan Falls, these falls in the Ottawa-Gatineau area hold a lot of history. Prior to colonization, these falls were a significant meeting place for Indigenous people in the area. When Samuel de Champlain arrived, he called the falls chaudière, which translated to “big kettle,” due to the kettle shape of the landmark. The falls are now also the site of hydroelectric generating stations, providing power to the area.Kakabeka Falls
At 40m high, the Kakabeka Falls are the second tallest in Ontario, and its year-round access allows you to take in the views from the wrap-around boardwalk circling the falls. Enjoy walking trails in the summer and cross-country skiing in the winter — and get a glimpse of the 1.6 million year old fossils excavated by the waves of the Kaministiquia River.Devil’s Punch Bowl[Photo via Rudolf Kirchner for Pexels]The Devil’s Punch Bowl falls, located in the Hamilton area, are actually two falls — the shorter Lower Falls, and the taller Upper Falls, created by the end of the last ice age. The bottom of the falls has an incredible view of the multicoloured rock that make up the Escarpment, like Ordovician and Silurian stratified rock, Queenston Formation red shale, Cabot Head grey shale, and more.Tiffany Falls
This beautiful cascading waterfall is gorgeous any time of the year — like in winter when it’s frozen in place, or in spring when it’s at full rush due to the seasonal melt. The nearby area is perfect for hiking, picnics, and dining at one of Ancaster’s best restaurants.Do you have a favourite waterfall location in Ontario? Share with us in the comments, and let us know which one you’ll be visiting this summer!