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Ball's Falls Conservation Area
Containing thousands of unique plant, tree and animal species, Ball's Falls is a historical, 19th century ghost town near St. Catherines in Ontario's Niagara Falls region. Two hundred of the 1,200 acres originally purchased by the Ball brothers in the 19th century are preserved as a conservation area Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority. Visitors enjoy two waterfalls, which are the area's namesake and stand 35 feet and 90 feet high, respectively.
The subject of many myths and legends, Ball's Falls is known for ghost sightings and has a storied history of the paranormal. Still, adventurers to the area view a bountiful assortment of plants like Wild Sarsaparilla, Chokecherry, and Wild Yam. Meanwhile, Twenty Mile Creek provides Large Mouth Bass, Cheek Chub and a colorful mix of birds and ducks.
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