Cruising History on the Trent-Severn Waterway, Ontario
Watch blue herons rise gracefully from the forested banks, beavers swim through a silent morning, and fish flash on the end of your line as you explore the 240-mile Trent-Severn Waterway. Connecting Lake Ontario with Georgian Bay, this river journey is the perfect back-road for a rented houseboat. Dock your boat along the way and explore small museums, local restaurants and unique gift shops. Pick up your unique accommodation in the village of Omemee and get ready to hold on tight as the lock-master cranks the wheel and your boat rises and drops to different levels in the canal's 44 locks.