COVID-19 and your visit to the Carillon Canal National Historic Site
Openings and services differ across the country. Please check the Parks Canada national information portal dedicated to COVID-19 for regular updates.
Important information about your visit to the Carillon Canal National Historic Site
The 2021 boating season is now underway!
We ask the public to follow the advice of public health experts and to practice physical distancing, hygiene measures and as well as respect travel restrictions and closures.
What’s open (updated May 27, 2021)
- Pedestrian and bicycle access;
- Lockage and mooring;
- Day-use areas, including green spaces and picnic areas;
- Parking lot;
- Water fountains.
What’s closed (updated May 27, 2021)
- Public toilets.
Your safety when visiting
Parks Canada is preparing to receive visitors and boaters safely and will respect the standards provided by Transport Canada for Canadian boaters.
- Nautical distancing: 2 meters between each boat;
- No rafting;
- Touchless locking: boaters will have to tie their boats themselves and stay on boat while locking;
- Cashless payment preferred;
- Wearing a mask or face covering that covers the nose and mouth is mandatory during lockage.
It is possible that boat capacity may be considerably reduced and that the waiting time may be increased at lock station. We appreciate your patience and collaboration.
During your visit, the Public Health Agency of Canada recommends wearing non-medical masks.
Parks Canada is working with the municipalities and its partners to keep visitors informed and safe. For the most up to date information, visit: