Gordon Falls


Gordon Falls is one of the most popularized swimming holes in Albert County, New Brunswick. People often frequent this area to spend the day jumping off the rock cliffs into the pools below.

The PWA does not encourage anyone to swim here. The PWA simply presents the results of our testing.

Bacteria is not the only thing capable of harming human health, and caution should be exercised when entering any water for swimming. We would suggest erring on the side of caution when choosing places to swim, opting for locations with policies/ protocols for regular monitoring & publishing of results in easily accessible formats and locations.

IF YOU CHOOSE TO SWIM HERE, YOU DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK.

WATER QUALITY
  • Passed water quality tests at least 95% of the time
  • Historical Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
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MONITORING FREQUENCY

Gordon Falls is sampled monthly from May 15th to September 15th

SOURCE INFORMATION

Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance (PWA) updates Swim Guide with water quality monitoring information covering testing locations throughout the Petitcodiac & Memramcook watershed. Water samples are collected and processed for E. coli.

The PWA collects samples at each location once per month, mid-month. Beaches are monitored for 5 months of the year, from May to September, or October in some cases.

Once bacteria results are available (approximately 24 hours after sample collection), results are immediately posted on the Swim Guide app and website.

A beach is marked Green when a single sample result is under 200 MPN/100 mL.

A beach is marked Red when one consecutive single sample result is equal to or above 200 MPN/ 100ml

A beach is marked Grey if there is no current results or no available information (within past 7 days)

If there is a swimming hole or recreational area you would like us to sample, email info@petitcodiacwatershed.org with the title "Swim guide site suggestion"

The PWA in no way encourages users to swim in water bodies traditionally meant for secondary contact activities, such as kayaking and canoeing. Users should err on the side of caution and be vigilant when using water that is not monitored regularly by the owner.

SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH

Gordon Falls


WATER QUALITY
  • Passed water quality tests at least 95% of the time
  • Historical Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
For water quality icon legend, click:   

Gordon Falls is one of the most popularized swimming holes in Albert County, New Brunswick. People often frequent this area to spend the day jumping off the rock cliffs into the pools below.

The PWA does not encourage anyone to swim here. The PWA simply presents the results of our testing.

Bacteria is not the only thing capable of harming human health, and caution should be exercised when entering any water for swimming. We would suggest erring on the side of caution when choosing places to swim, opting for locations with policies/ protocols for regular monitoring & publishing of results in easily accessible formats and locations.

IF YOU CHOOSE TO SWIM HERE, YOU DO SO AT YOUR OWN RISK.

MONITORING FREQUENCY

Gordon Falls is sampled monthly from May 15th to September 15th

SOURCE INFORMATION

Petitcodiac Watershed Alliance (PWA) updates Swim Guide with water quality monitoring information covering testing locations throughout the Petitcodiac & Memramcook watershed. Water samples are collected and processed for E. coli.

The PWA collects samples at each location once per month, mid-month. Beaches are monitored for 5 months of the year, from May to September, or October in some cases.

Once bacteria results are available (approximately 24 hours after sample collection), results are immediately posted on the Swim Guide app and website.

A beach is marked Green when a single sample result is under 200 MPN/100 mL.

A beach is marked Red when one consecutive single sample result is equal to or above 200 MPN/ 100ml

A beach is marked Grey if there is no current results or no available information (within past 7 days)

If there is a swimming hole or recreational area you would like us to sample, email info@petitcodiacwatershed.org with the title "Swim guide site suggestion"

The PWA in no way encourages users to swim in water bodies traditionally meant for secondary contact activities, such as kayaking and canoeing. Users should err on the side of caution and be vigilant when using water that is not monitored regularly by the owner.

SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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