To mark Canada’s 150th anniversary, Parks Canada is offering FREE admission to national parks, national historic sites, and national marine conservation areas operated by Parks Canada. This includes free lockage for Parks Canada’s historic canals and waterways. Discovery passes and info will be available at the Parks Canada booth.
Parks Canada: Protecting and Preserving
In Ontario, Parks Canada has invested over $800 million dollars in infrastructure projects over the last two years. Examples of this include renewing trails, campgrounds, visitor centres, and parkways. Through investments like this, Parks Canada is protecting and preserving our treasured places, while supporting local economies, contributing to growth in the tourism sector, and enhancing the charm and attractiveness of heritage sites. More information will be available on-site.
Parks Canada: Waterways
Motorized and non-motorized boating available on our waterways. Paddling, camping, overnight mooring, unique accommodation options, special events, historic voyageur canoes , locking through the canal systems.
Trent-Severn Waterway: 172 mooring walls at Lock stations and over 8,500 acres of Park land.
oTENTiks at two locations on the Trent-Severn Waterway (4 at Duoro and 3 at Rosedale, Cabin at Rosedale tool)
Rideau Canal – 202 km, (camping at all lockstations except Ottawa locks, oTENTiks at Upper Nicholsons, Beveridges and Upper Brewers, Davis lock master house, Beveridges lockmaster house being redone).
More boating safety & oTENTiks tips availabel at our booth!