Hilton Falls is a popular conservation area at Campbellville Road and Appleby Line known for its walking and biking trails, picnic areas, specular views and its cascading waterfall. It is named after Edward Hilton who was the first to build and operate a mill in the area. The Bruce Trail passes through the Conservation Area on the east side, away from the main gate, welcome centre, and pathway to the falls.
- To reach the falls from the Bruce Trail, take the Philip Gosling Side Trail to the main parking lot and follow directional signage
- To view the first blaze on the Bruce Trail (July 1962) , it is visible just north of Campbelleville Road as the trail crosses over the road
- The main trail heads north through the Conservation Area through pines and power lines, to climb the Escarpment