Joslin Creek Falls are an explore-able roadside attraction outside of Fredericton, in Lower Prince William. A five minute walk off the TransCanada highway, these falls do not disappoint with a 20 foot steep plunge of water and interesting rocky surroundings in the ravine.
To get there: Head west to Woodstock from Fredericton on the Trans-Canada highway. At the westbound kilometre marker 250, park well off the side of the highway. For a very short distance, follow a rocky path and ditch along the animal fence to a gate in the fence. A large culvert should be visible to your right at the gate. Enter the opening and follow a trail to your right to see the top of the falls. Or alternatively, follow a trail to the left, cross a small runoff area and downhill to get to the bottom of the brook. Once there, you may choose to skirt the rocks carefully on the right side up to the falls.