Dickson Falls can be found in a valley of the Fundy hills with moss laden rocks, gentle streams and easy walking along well constructed board walks. They are located in Fundy National Park, along an interpretive trail. Once at the trailhead, you have two options, both short distances of walking, to reach the falls. The falls themselves flow from a small stream, but connect with several small pools and levels of flow visible from the boardwalk trail. Photos can be taken from below and above the falls, although only from the boardwalk.
To get there, take the Point Wolfe Road from the park information centre and go past the golf course. Look for the signage and parking area which will be on the south side of the road. Park and picnic if you like, the view of the Bay of Fundy is impressive from the parking lot.