announced that waterway fees will remain frozen for the next
three years. Well, that has been amended with revised mooring
fees, including an all new daytime mooring fee! Add to that the reduced
hours of operation and things aren't looking too good.
I urge you to join the ever increasing number of boaters,
property owners and businesses who are voicing their comments and
concerns on our Facebook
page. We would love to hear from you!
Welcome to your
travel and boating guide for
Ontario, Canada's favorite
- the Trent-Severn Waterway. The scenic Trent-Severn
Waterway allows boaters to easily travel through the heart of this historic waterway
And boaters aren't the only ones enjoying this fine
Every year, vacationers also explore the area by recreational
and bus tours.
We invite you to tie up with us, take a look around and enjoy some time
discovering all that The Waterway has to offer.
First, a quick word
about the folks who are bringing you this
site. We are actual
boaters who both travel and reside along the Waterway. We have gone traveled the
locks, spent time in the towns and marveled at the incredible beauty of The Waterway. We'll share dozens and dozens
of photos - complete with both descriptions and locations - to help you
familiarize yourself with this excellent travel destination.
For ease of navigation, we have divided the Waterway up into four
separate cruising regions; Trent,
Each of these contains information specific to that area including
lakes and rivers, the locks, marinas, lodging, dining, shopping and
services and attractions.
that we are able to convey the passion we have for boating and
traveling on the
waters of Central Ontario.
if this is your first time here, we'd like to once again welcome you to
If you've been here before and and are doing some boating / travel
planning, or checking up on the updated Marina, Services, Lodgings,
Dining, or Attractions listings, we welcome you back!
Either way, please enjoy your time here. If there's something
you would like to see added, please let us know.
Of course, if there's something that is already here you
like, we'd love to hear that too!
** Please note
that the Trent Severn Waterway is owned by the people of Canada via the
Canadian government and is managed through Parks Canada.
For specific information regarding the operation of the system
(including maintenance, technical queries or special requests, please
contact the Trent Severn Waterway National Historic Site at 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
or phone 705-750-4949 / 1-888-773-8888.