Welcome to Sauble Falls Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. Every spring and fall Sauble Falls Provincial Park is home to spawning rainbow trout and Chinook salmon as they thrash their way up ledges to spawn upstream. The centerpiece of the park is Sauble Falls as it cascades over rough and jagged dolomite, a type of limestone, typical of the Niagara Escarpment. At the base of the Bruce Peninsula, the dolomite is covered by forests and exposed sand dunes. Much of the original red and white pine and other species were harvested in the last century, and huge stumps may be seen amidst the smaller trees in the present second-growth mixed forest.
The 18 kilometer Rankin River canoe route is ideal for novices. Rent a canoe or bring your own and paddle up the Sauble River , or downriver to Sauble Beach and 11 kilometers of golden sand.