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The Rideau Canal Promenade

Jun 5, 2019 ...The Rideau Canal Promenade One of the most important historical developments in Ottawa was the creation of the Rideau Canal, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You are invited to bike, jog or walk and explore seven outdoor exhibit sites installed along the Canal pathway that highlight the historic, symbolic and cultural importance of the Rideau Canal

Spend the night at the canal - Learn-to camp - Lachine Canal National Historic Site

May 24, 2019 ...Spend the night at the canal - Learn-to camp The Learn to Camp program gives you an opportunity to camp in the heart of Montreal this summer. Parks Canada specialist welcomes you with the necessary equipment at the Raceway Bank, a stone’s throw from Old Montreal. It's the best way to become familiar with outdoor activities and learn at the side of experts

Historic canals and waterways

Apr 25, 2019 ...Moor your boat for the night and camp along a historic canal in a cosy oTENTik! 5 tips for planning your next boat trip Launch your own adventure along Canada's original highways. Going through the locks, you'll appreciate the "cutting-edge" engineering technology – from over 150 years ago! Immerse yourself in the beautiful landscapes, fascinating stories

oTENTik Camping at Lachine Canal - Lachine Canal National Historic Site

May 15, 2019 ...oTENTik Camping at Lachine Canal Rates and Reservations $120 per night From June 21 to September 15 2019 Reservations 1-877-RESERVE (737-3783) Information 1 888 773-8888 Reserve online Live the oTENTik experience in the heart of Montréal Experience staying in oTENTik accommodations along the Lachine Canal this year, as a couple, a family, or with friends

St. Peter's Canal 150 - St. Peters Canal National Historic Site

May 16, 2019 ...St. Peter's Canal 150 St. Peter's Canal is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2019 and Parks Canada is planning to celebrate all season long in partnership with the communities of St. Peter’s and Potlotek, creating memorable experiences for visitors and community members to mark this anniversary. Come join us for our season launch event on Saturday, May

Rideau Canal Navigation Data - Rideau Canal National Historic Site

Apr 30, 2019 ...Rideau Canal Navigation Data Rideau Canal Navigation Data KM (miles) from Ottawa KM (miles) from Kingston Description (locks & bridges) Lock Lift metres (feet) Bridge Clearance metres (feet) Chart Boat Launch 0 (0) 202.1 (125.6) Ottawa River, Ottawa level=40.8m (134 ft) 0 (0) 202.1 (125.6) Ottawa Locks #1-8 (in flight) 24.1 (79.1) 1512 #1 0.3 (0.2) 201.8

oTENTik accommodations along historic canals - Historic canals and waterways

Apr 25, 2019 ...Live the oTENTik experience in the heart of Montréal oTENTik accommodations along historic canals Reservations and information Reservations 1-877-RESERVE (737-3783) Information: 1-888-773-8888 Reserve online oTENTik accommodation is the perfect way to experience a getaway with the family, friends or as a couple, hassle-free. A cross between a rustic cabin

Historic Canal Regulations - Rideau Canal National Historic Site

Apr 12, 2019 ...Historic Canal Regulations Every boater should read and be familiar with canals regulations. There are a number of activities that are prohibited or restricted at a canal. These are not limited to, but include: no excessive noise between 11:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m.; no fishing within 10 metres of a lock or approach wharf or fishing from a bridge over

Winter on the Rideau Canal - Rideau Canal National Historic Site

Apr 17, 2019 ...Winter on the Rideau Canal Skating on the Rideau Canal Take a skate along the world's largest skating rink! Each winter the National Capitol Commission transforms the historic Rideau Canal into the 7.8-kilometre Rideau Canal Skateway. The world-famous skateway winds it way through the heart of Ottawa, stretching from downtown to Dows Lake. The Rideau Canal

What's New - Historic canals and waterways

May 16, 2019 ...What's New 2019 Boating season CHAMBLY (Quebec), May 16, 2019 – Parks Canada announces the gradual opening of the 2019 boating season on Parks Canada's historic canals in Quebec. Due to the recent severe flooding, opening to navigation will be delayed in some locations, and sites will remain closed to the public along the banks until further notice. Lachine

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