|Type||Terraced Ribbon Cascade|
|Total height||5.5 m (18 ft)|
|Total width||1.8 m (5.9 ft)|
Greensville Falls is a 5.5 metre high terraced ribbon cascade waterfall found on the Crooks Hollow Conservation Area in Flamborough, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Also known as East Greensville Falls.
Nearby attractions include the Bruce Trail, Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Hermitage ruins, Royal Botanical Gardens, Dundurn Castle, Crooks Hollow Conservation Area, Christie Lake Conservation Area.
From Highway 403 take the Highway 6 North (Guelph) exit and travel approximately 3 kilometres to Highway 5 East and then turn left onto Ofield Road South. Turn right onto Harvest Road and follow this road past Nicol Street. Park at the Crooks Hollow Conservation Area and follow the trail east to the waterfall.
- "Hamilton Naturalist's Club: Protecting Nature since 1919". (www.hamiltonnature.org/). Retrieved 2008-08-07.
- Hamilton Waterfalls and Cascades: Research & Inventory Report, 2nd Edition. Hamilton Conservation Authority. November 2007.
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- Hamilton Waterfall Map PDF. (http://map.hamilton.ca)
- Map: Hamilton Waterfalls (www.hamiltonnature.org)
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