The Trent-Severn Waterway National Site is a historic canal operated by Parks Canada, an agency of Environment and Climate Changes Canada. It is part of a large family of national parks and national historic sites located across the country.

The historic canals are popular waterways that cater to recreational boaters, including canoeists and kayakers, as well as land-based visitors.

If you are locking through or just visiting a lock station, the friendly lock staff are available to answer your questions, explain lock operations and offer you further assistance.

 
Star symbol  Lockstations
bridge symbol  Bridges

Trent Region (Locks 1 -18)

Lock 1 - Trenton
Lock 2 - Sidney
Lock 3 - Glen Miller
Lock 4 - Batawa
Lock 5 - Trent
Lock 6 - Frankford
Lock 7 - Glen Ross
Lock 8 - Percy Reach
Lock 9 - Meyers
Lock 10 - Hagues Reach
Locks 11/12 - Ranney Falls
Lock 13 - Campbellford
Lock 14 - Crowe Bay 
Lock 15 - Healey Falls
Locks 16/17 - Healey Falls Flight Lock 
Lock 18 - Hastings 

Kawartha Region (19 – 36)

Lock 19 - Scotts Mills
Lock 20 - Ashburnham
Lock 21 - Peterborough Lift Lock
Lock 22 - Nassau Mills
Lock 23 - Otonabee 
Lock 24 - Douro
Lock 25 - Sawer Creek
Lock 26 - Lakefield
Lock 27 - Young’s Point
Lock 28 - Burleigh Falls 
Lock 30 - Lovesick
Lock 31 - Buckhorn
Lock 32 - Bobcaygeon 
Lock 33 - Lindsay 
Lock 34-  Fenelon Falls 
Lock 35 - Rosedale 
Lock 36 - Kirkfield Lift Lock

Simcoe Region (Locks 37 – 41)

Lock 37 - Bolsover
Lock 38 - Talbot 
Lock 39 - Portage
Lock 40 - Thorah
Lock 41 - Gamebridge

Severn Region (Locks 42 – 45)

Lock 42 - Couchiching 
Lock 43 - Swift Rapids
Lock 44 - Big Chute Marine Railway
Lock 45 - Port Severn