2022 Ball's Falls Holiday Trail
The Holiday Trail is an outdoor, evening trail walk experience featuring a 1.5 km (round trip) illuminated path through natural areas along the Niagara Escarpment and Twenty Mile Creek and through the 1800’s heritage village of Glen Elgin at Ball’s Falls Conservation Area.
Along the way, visitors will get to take in the stunning winter vistas, including the 27-metre lower waterfall, illuminated like never before, and experience history in the village with each building lit up with thousands of lights.
Funds raised from NPCA Conservation Area admissions and events support the operation of these significant natural areas, ensuring nature for all, for years to come.
Tickets are non-refundable, non-transferable.
In the event of inclement weather or unfavourable conditions, the NPCA will contact all ticket holders via email to advise of cancellation as soon as possible and advise over social media channels and our website, npca.ca.
Tickets must be purchased for your preferred timeslot.
Two timeslots per evening 5 – 7 p.m. 7:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Dogs are permitted on the Holiday Trail, but must remain leashed at all time (no more than 2m).
Dogs are not permitted within buildings. Service Dogs excepted.
Parking is included, located at the Centre for Conservation at Ball’s Falls (3192 Sixth Ave, Lincoln, Ontario, L0R 1S0)
For Reservations Friday and Saturday, parking is also at the Centre for Conservation, with additional overflow parking available
Parking and shuttle service is also available at Calamus Estate Winery