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Dundas, ON (Nearby: Millgrove, West Flamborough, Waterdown, Ancaster, Hamilton)

  • The Darnley Grist Mill The Darnley Cascades, sometimes known as Stutts Falls, is located in the historical site of Crooks Hollow near Hamilton, and nearby is the ruins of the Darnley Grist Mill. Originally built in 1805 by James Crooks. In 1885 it was damaged by an explosion which killed two men but was repaired. In 1934 it was destroyed in a fire.  The Darnley Cascades behind the mill is located at Crooks Hollow Conservation Area.
  • The Darnley Grist Mill The Darnley Cascades, sometimes known as Stutts Falls, is located in the historical site of Crooks Hollow near Hamilton, and nearby is the ruins of the Darnley Grist Mill. Originally built in 1805 by James Crooks. In 1885 it was damaged by an explosion which killed two men but was repaired. In 1934 it was destroyed in a fire.  The Darnley Cascades behind the mill is located at Crooks Hollow Conservation Area.
  • The Darnley Grist Mill The Darnley Cascades, sometimes known as Stutts Falls, is located in the historical site of Crooks Hollow near Hamilton, and nearby is the ruins of the Darnley Grist Mill. Originally built in 1805 by James Crooks. In 1885 it was damaged by an explosion which killed two men but was repaired. In 1934 it was destroyed in a fire.  The Darnley Cascades behind the mill is located at Crooks Hollow Conservation Area.
  • The Darnley Grist Mill The Darnley Cascades, sometimes known as Stutts Falls, is located in the historical site of Crooks Hollow near Hamilton, and nearby is the ruins of the Darnley Grist Mill. Originally built in 1805 by James Crooks. In 1885 it was damaged by an explosion which killed two men but was repaired. In 1934 it was destroyed in a fire.  The Darnley Cascades behind the mill is located at Crooks Hollow Conservation Area.
  • The Darnley Grist Mill The Darnley Cascades, sometimes known as Stutts Falls, is located in the historical site of Crooks Hollow near Hamilton, and nearby is the ruins of the Darnley Grist Mill. Originally built in 1805 by James Crooks. In 1885 it was damaged by an explosion which killed two men but was repaired. In 1934 it was destroyed in a fire.  The Darnley Cascades behind the mill is located at Crooks Hollow Conservation Area.
  • The Darnley Grist Mill The Darnley Cascades, sometimes known as Stutts Falls, is located in the historical site of Crooks Hollow near Hamilton, and nearby is the ruins of the Darnley Grist Mill. Originally built in 1805 by James Crooks. In 1885 it was damaged by an explosion which killed two men but was repaired. In 1934 it was destroyed in a fire.  The Darnley Cascades behind the mill is located at Crooks Hollow Conservation Area.
  • The Darnley Grist Mill The Darnley Cascades, sometimes known as Stutts Falls, is located in the historical site of Crooks Hollow near Hamilton, and nearby is the ruins of the Darnley Grist Mill. Originally built in 1805 by James Crooks. In 1885 it was damaged by an explosion which killed two men but was repaired. In 1934 it was destroyed in a fire.  The Darnley Cascades behind the mill is located at Crooks Hollow Conservation Area.
  • Fishers Mill Ruins (Gore Mills) John Fisher bought the Gore Mill in Dundas in 1863 and used it to make newsprint, carpet, felt and paper. It operated until 1929 when it was torn down.

18 Ogilvie St.,
Dundas, Ontario
L9H 2S2


Ontario Tourism Region : Hamilton, Halton, and Brant

Description From Owner:
  • op. 23,036. In Reg. Mun. of Hamilton-Wentworth on Hwy 8, 6 km W of Hamilton Harbour at the west end of L. Ontario and 3 km W of the City of Hamilton.
  • The first settler, in 1787, was Anne Morden, a United Empire Loyalist widow. She and her children were granted most of the land that now comprises the north half ofthe Town of Dundas.
  • In 1837 the Desjardins Canal was opened to link Dundas to the shipping trade on L. Ontario. It contributed to the economic development of the area, but began to fall into disuse after the opening of the Great Western Railway in 1853.
  • The place was frrst known as Coote's Paradise after a Capt. Thomas Coote, who frequently hunted waterfowl there. The first post office, in 1814, was named Dundas after the Hon. Henry Dundas, British secretary of state for war and the Colonies.
  • Dundas Town Hall, completed in 1849, is one of very few remaining municipal buildings in Ontario from the pre-1850 period. It was designed by a local contractor in the massive, unornamented Roman Classic style.


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  • Cootes Paradise, 1km
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  • Westdale, 3km
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  • Buchanan, 6km
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  • Braeheid Survey, 7km
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Nearby Lakes:
 
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  • Christie Reservoir, 7km
  • Lake Medad, 12km
  • Gulliver's Lake, 12km
  • Carlisle Pond, 14km
  • Progreston Pond, 14km
  • Fisher's Pond, 13km
  • McClures Lake, 18km
  • Dunmark Lake, 15km
  • Lake Niapenco, 20km
  • Crawford Lake, 22km
  • Mountsberg Reservoir, 22km
  • Campbellville Pond, 24km
  • Valens Reservoir, 21km
  • Emerald Lake, 22km
  • Kelso Lake, 26km
  • Mill Pond, 27km
 
  • Scotch Block Reservoir, 33km
  • Mohawk Lake, 28km
  • Dry Lake, 37km
  • Little Lake, 31km
  • Puslinch Lake, 31km
  • Lake Aquitaine, 38km
  • Fairy Lake, 40km
  • Lake Wabukayne, 38km
  • Victoria Lake, 36km
  • Cottrell Lake, 31km
  • Cowan's Lake, 31km
  • Blue Lake, 32km
  • Deans Lake, 32km
  • Mill Pond, 35km
  • Taylor Lake, 33km
  • Grass Lake, 33km
  • Elliott's Lake, 34km
 
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  • Spottiswood Lakes, 35km
  • Orr's Lake, 35km
  • Millers Lake, 36km
  • Smiths Mill Pond, 40km
  • Guelph Lake, 44km
  • Bannister Lake, 36km
  • Despond Lakes, 36km
  • Pinehurst Lake, 36km
  • Hillside Lake, 36km
  • Moore Pond, 36km
  • Wrigley's Lake, 37km
  • Watts Pond, 38km
  • Vivians Pond, 42km
  • O'neals Pond, 39km
  • Turnbull Lake, 39km