Trent-Severn Waterway National Historic Site of Canada

Locks 1 to 7 - Trenton to Glen Miller

Map of Locks 1 to 7
Map of Locks 1 to 7
© Parks Canada / August 5, 2005
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Attractions:

Presqu'ile Provincial Park
Presqu'ile Provincial Park
© Parks Canada / Cathy Darevic / July 2, 2005

1. Presqu'ile Provincial Park – This peninsula south of Brighton is a haven for migratory birds and monarch butterflies, and a delight for birdwatchers every spring and fall. Visitors can enjoy a leisurely stroll on numerous trails found within the park, including a long boardwalk that crosses wetlands. At the tip of the park are Ontario's second-oldest operating lighthouse and the original lighthouse keeper's cottage.


Murray Canal
Murray Canal
© Parks Canada / Cathy Darevic / July 20, 2005

2. Murray Canal – An 8 kilometre canal cut linking Lake Ontario with the Bay of Quinte. Visitors may enjoy a stroll or a picnic at the Brighton Road Swing Bridge.


Glen Miller Conservation Area
Glen Miller Conservation Area
© Parks Canada / Cathy Darevic / July 20, 2005

3. Glen Miller Conservation Area – Located along the Trent River just north of Trenton providing visitors a boat launch, fishing opportunities, and a picnic shelter.


For more information please contact:

Quinte West Chamber of Commerce
(613) 392-7635 or 1-800-930-3255
www.quintewestchamber.on.ca

Northumberland Tourism
(905) 372-3329 ext. 257 or 237 or 1-866-401-3278
www.northumberlandtourism.com

City of Quinte West
(613) 392-2841 or 1-866-485-2841
www.city.quintewest.on.ca