Waterfall Detail: Waterloo Brook drains the lake of the same name and joins Joslin Creek just before flowing into Joslin Creek Basin. The brook meanders along a shallow ravine until it knifes through a narrow ravine and then over rock face producing this quit waterfalls. From the small pool the brook continues through a steep sided ravine towards the Mactaquac Headpond. The brook is located a few hundred metres east of Joslin Creek.
There are so many of our waterfalls relatively close to highways and byways. Waterloo Brook Falls is only 100 metres or so from the Trans Canada Highway just north of the turn-off to Kings Landing. While driving northbound on the TCH look for the road sign indicating Waterloo Brook. You will be required to park alongside the highway just beyond marker 250. This will allow access to Upper & Lower Joslin Falls as well as Waterloo.
Visit Detail: Near the end of a long day of waterfalling I decided to stop alongside the TCH to scout this narrow ravine. I knew there was a small waterfall but was unsure of its size, because the last time I visited was after a heavy rain and there was so much water flowing through the brook that it obscured the drop.
On this occasion the brook was flowing just enough to produce a beautiful picture. Further up along the brook are several smaller falls. After parking alongside the southbound lanes I made my way down to the service road that parallels the brook. To access the waterfall I needed to scramble down the steep slope to the small basin. After taking several pictures I made my way up along the brook to find several smaller cascades.