National Parks / Natural World

Hell Holes Nature Trails and Caves Centreville

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Hell Holes Nature Trails and Caves
Barret Road
Centreville
ON
K0K 1N0
Tel: 613 388 2284

Directions

From Highway 401 Exit No. 579, 10.7 km North, turn right at Centreville Rd., continue 5.5 kms. following signs.

Where are we going today?

Exploring is always fun, especially when you can do it with the family, and at your own pace! Which is why so many people love exploring Hell Holes Nature Trails and Caves

First, the name sounds super cool, and really adventurous! (Because it is!) Hell Holes Nature Trails and Caves allows you to enjoy a self guided tour along a marked trail, which will take you to a number of different points of interest. One of these is the cool Devil's Horsestable Cave.

Sounds exciting!

Here, you descend 7.5 meters into the depth of the Hell Hole, that then widens into a cavern. (Make sure you bring a flashlight - it's pretty dark down there!)

You can cross a beautiful, natural stone bridge, and then adventure on into a miniature rainforest-like environment.

If the kids are old enough and you want to hear some cool and spooky stories, then you may even hear the tale of the headless horseman that is seen in the area - BOO!

The area is only accessible by foot, so make sure you're up for the walk!

Hell Holes Nature Trails and Caves aren't all underground fun though. There is actually a mini golf course on site, so you can have some family fun above ground, as well as a picnic area so you can really make a day of it.  

Caves, sink holes, ravines, limestone cliffs...this is an amazing creation of nature, and one that shouldn't be missed!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$7
  • Children$5 (Ages 5 to 15)
  • Free Under: 5 years.
LAST UPDATED 2015

When can we go?

10am - 5pm, then 10am - 4pm weekends after Labor Day

Daily Victoria Day to Labor Day. Then weekends only. (Weekdays via appt)

I'm Hungry!

There is a snack bar available for you to pick up drinks and snacks. .

Healthy Eating!

There are picnic facilities so why not bring a family lunch and enjoy it out in nature!.

Any Top Tips?

It's important to bring your own flashlights, to support the existing lighting, so be sure you've got fresh batteries in them. Also take lots of bug spray and comfortable shoes. .

Need a little extra help?

The area isn't wheelchair accessible, it's not stroller friendly and can only be accessed via foot.

Baby Facilities

Strollers won't be able to get to the caves.

Can I get one of those?

They have a gift shop so you can take home some great gifts, merchandise and educational items on the area.

More information

There is a playground for the little ones too! .

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    The bathrooms and showers are very clean, and the campground hosts are very helpful and nice. I liked the biking trails and river access.

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