Parks Canada launched its new refreshed website on Sunday April 2, 2017. Unfortunately the Trent Severn Water Management Application did not transition to the new site as planned. We are working to rectify this situation as a matter of priority and hope to have application functioning again soon.
Parks Canada water management app
In the meantime and on a daily basis, Parks Canada will post PDFs of graphics containing the same information as was provided by the application.
Please read before proceeding:
The Parks Canada Agency is providing the information on this site under the express stipulation that the accuracy and reliability of the information is not guaranteed or warranted in any way and that Parks Canada Agency, its agents and servants, disclaim liability of any kind whatsoever and cannot be held liable for any damages, including, without limitation, claims, injury, expenses or other costs, or losses of revenue or profit, or indirect, special, incidental or consequential damages attributable to or arising from the use of this information.
The onus is on the individual to verify the accuracy of the data, information, or results obtained through its use and accept that this information cannot be guaranteed.
The information displayed on this site is obtained automatically through land-line transmissions from hydrometric stations operated by Parks Canada within the Trent-Severn Waterway. Data recovered from automated stations will typically be posted every 24 hours. In addition, manual water level readings are also displayed however the data is updated less often as a result of the time required to compile manual readings.
This information is not intended to be used for the purpose of flood warning and/or flood forecasting. If you require information regarding flooding you should contact the Trent-Severn Waterway directly.
Proceeding beyond this Disclaimer will signify your acceptance of the terms and conditions outlined above.
Water levels graphics
- Severn River Watershed (PDF, 288 KB)
- Kawartha Lakes (PDF, 333 KB)
- Gull River Watershed (PDF, 578 KB)
- Rice Lake and Trent River (PDF, 158 KB)
- Burnt River Watershed (PDF, 476 KB)
- Nogies, Mississagua, Eels and Jack Watershed (PDF, 257 KB)
- Otonabee (PDF, 196 KB)
- Forecasted Water Levels - Haliburton Area (PDF, 21 KB)