The Welland Canal, Welland
Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
The Welland Canal, a ship canal connecting Lake Ontario and Lake Erie, allows ships to bypass Niagara Falls and played a major role in the development of Toronto through international shipping. Choose from a number of ways to experience the canal, starting with a relaxing jog or stroll on the pathway along the water and green lawns. Watch people kayak, or get on the water yourself and take a boat tour through the canal and docks. If you need to escape the heat and take a refreshing dip, you can do so by swimming near the boat launch. Using our online itinerary creator, Welland attractions like The Welland Canal can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Welland canal was a man-made canal to cross ships and boats from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario to avoid Niagara falls. Best place to see the locking system in the view decks at Lock 3. you can find inform... read more »
The canal is used for many great adventures, from kayaking Canoeing, swimming, boarding. Diving. (Scuba) International use for dragon boats Rowing competitions To Peaceful, friendly walks, jog. Biking... read more »
The first FloatFest in the City of Welland was a huge success!! Hundreds of people showed up to float on inflatables down the Welland Recreational Canal. Live music by Revive the Rose rocked the canal... read more »
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