Websters Falls is a very picturesque waterfall and one of many found on the Niagara Escarpment. It's located in the Spencer Gorge Conservation area. Webster's Falls is within the same Conservation area as Tews Falls. Beamer and Balls Falls are located about 30 minutes to the east of Websters.
The height of the falls are 22 metres high and 24 metres across. It is classified as a 'curtain' waterfall and is considered one of the most beautiful and reliable falls in the Escarpment. This is because so many of them may be unpredictable during the drier seasons unless there is a heavy rain fall so it is definitely worth a stop over if you are on your way to Niagara Falls.
Situated in the middle of a small park, the Bruce Trail can take you deep into the gorge by using the stairs that cascade downward making the base of the falls full accessible. The surrounding park is big enough for outdoor sport games, or bird watching or if you want to have a picnic in the warmer months.