Dunbar Falls are in York County and are located on Crown land. The Falls are about 10 feet high and are a Block style falls. The river system flowing in Dunbar Falls are the Seymour Brook and the Nashwaak River. The walk/hike into the falls are relatively easy making this a great family day trip, many people come here to enjoy a day of swimming in the summer time the water isn't very deep making it great for the whole family.
The Falls are actually on the Seymour Brook. The Maliseet name for the brook is Kulloosisik meaning Eagles Nest.
The Dunbar river is named after George Dunbar, George was a loyalist who received a land grant in 1783.