Carillon Canal National Historic Site
The Friends of the Long-Sault Heritage welcome adult and school groups beginning with high season.
Guided tours fee: $3.50 per person.
Elementary school groups will receive an activities package upon confirmed reservation.
For more info, please call 450-537-1660
Lockage in progress© Parks Canada / Jean Mercier / 2002
Opened in 1833, the Carillon Canal bypasses the rapids of the Ottawa River, especially those at Long-Sault. Originally built for military purposes, the canal was used for commerce from the outset.
To learn more about the Carillon Canal National Historic Site of Canada, journey through the interpretation panels circuit and visit the exhibit presented at the Collector's House. Discover Carillon Canal's history, role and operational manoeuvers.
Visit to the Carillon Hydroelectric Dam
A free visit for the entire family. Reservations for groups of more than 10 persons. For further information, call 1-800-365-5229 or visit the Web site of the Carillon generating plant.