Free lockage on July 1st, 2022
In honor of Canada Day, July 1st, 2022. Admission to all Parks Canada-administered locations from coast to coast will be free. This includes admission to national historic sites, national parks, national marine conservation areas and lockage along historic canals and waterways in Ontario and Québec.
Enjoy the holiday weekend to discover or rediscover one of the Parks Canada historic canals. We hope to see you there!
Regular fees 2022
Site access is free. However, fees apply for boating services. Fees vary depending on the site, the number of locks to pass and boat length.
Permits are valid in all Parks Canada waterways and canals.
You can buy them online, or at the lock stations.
|Chambly Canal and Lachine Canal||$1.50/foot|
|Saint-Ours Canal, Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue Canal, Carillon Canal||$1.00/foot|
Rideau Canal and Trent-Severn Waterway
|Single Lock and Return||$1.00/foot|
Overnight mooring fees
|Mooring one night||$1.00/foot|
|Electricity (30 amps)||$10.25/24 hours|
Canoes and Kayaks: 50% off the Lockage Permit
Attention all paddlers! The Seasonal Lockage Permit for canoe and kayak is back – enjoy 50% off!