Every lockstation on the Trent-Severn Waterway forms part of a historic navigation system that connects Lake Ontario to Georgian Bay. Parks Canada maintains and operates these national historic sites to make travel possible for boaters and paddlers along 386 km of waterway. In addition to lockage and overnight mooring services, various other amenities at lockstations, such as washrooms, campsites and potable water, make it easy to plan a trip of any length. Each lock has its own story to tell and you will find friendly Parks Canada staff there to welcome you when you arrive.

Please note: these maps are intended for reference purposes only and should not be used for boating navigation. For more information on navigation, including nautical charts, see: Lockage and navigation

Google Map

 
  • Star symbol  Lockstations
  • bridge symbol  Bridges

Google Earth Tour

Learn more about the entire navigation system and the communities it connects, as you zoom in for a closer look at the historic sites on the waterway.

  • End-to-end flyover
  • Google Street View
  • Historical photos and stories

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Lockstations by region

Trent Region

Kawartha Region

Simcoe Region

Severn Region