Benson Creek Falls Regional Park's Ammonite Falls is one of three significant waterfalls in a series of canyons sliced deeply into the thick loam and sedimentary bedrock of Mount Benson's foothills. A variety of oceanic fossils can be found in a vast number of concretions that can be broken open to reveal the imprint of ancient life.
Ammonites are snail-like creatures similar in shape and form to the modern Nautilus. Ammonites were very common in Paleozoic and Mesozoic oceans, 400 to 65 million years ago. Many large ammonites shells are embedded in the stone of the riverbed.
$103.00 Double occupancy.
Single rates available.
Check in between 3:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. or by arrangement.
Check out at 11:00 a.m.
Sorry, no smoking and no pets.
Oceanfront Bed & Breakfast