Inglis Falls is located along the Bruce Trail, just south of Owen Sound. It's about a 3 hour drive, northwest of Toronto.
We parked at the south end of the Area, where the Bruce Trail loops around and back north. The plan was to follow the southern Side Trail (Keeling - dotted Blue and Orange on the trail map) but that ended up being a wash, quite literally.
It doesn't look like much, but most was 4-6 inches deep - we know this because my hiking partner ended up unintentionally testing it (a few times). So we went back to the car where she switched out her now soaked hiking shoes for her street boots.
I went to check out Inglis Falls while I waited for her.
A pretty rainbow, but no pot o' gold! Least not one I was willing to search for at the bottom of that thunderous falls.
We decided to head the other way and follow the Bruce Trail outside the park, and loop back in from the north Harrison Park. It was much dried on the other side of the road.
But immediately after crossing the road, looping back in from the north now, where the blue dotted line meets the green line - the trail is in the process of being washed out. This is normally a snow mobile route, but they closed it for obvious reasons. We made it through relatively unscathed, hopping from snow drift to snow drift (and having some collapse beneath us).
I don't know what normal levels for this river are when not following a major thaw, but yikes! Thank goodness for those strategically placed rocks. I was half expecting this snow path to give way to the water as we crossed it too.
As we came back down the main Bruce Trail towards the washed out Keeling side trail, things became a little waterlogged again. Thankfully someone installed a bridge. It looks like they may need to extend it a bit.
We also made a pit stop at Walters Falls on the way back to the cottage, despite my hiking partner's feet being soaked through. The falls are directly off the parking area, with an optional loop around the area. We didn't do the loop and I'm sure my hiking partner's feet thanked us.
The second, and higher of the two falls in line here.
The view of the first falls, from the walkout above the second falls.