Cycle the Erie Canal and you'll see the engineering marvels that made water travel across the state possible—the series of locks which lift the boats to higher elevations, moveable dams and guard gates to control water flow, and lift bridges that carry traffic over the canal—most of which are still in operation today.

 Camillus

Camillus Erie Canal Park

  5750 Devoe Road
  (315) 488-3409
  visit website

 Fairport

Colonial Belle Cruises

  400 Packetts Landing
  (585) 223-9470
  visit website

 Macedon

Mid-Lakes Navigation Canal Boat Rentals

  11 Jordan St
  (315) 685-8500
  visit website

 Montezuma

Montezuma Heritage Park

  8090 High St
  (315) 776-8844
  visit website

 Newark

T. Spencer Knight Park and Visitor Center

  199 Van Buren Street
  (315) 331-2705
  visit website

 Pittsford

Sam Patch Tour Boat

  12 Schoen Place
  (585) 662-5748
  visit website

 Port Byron

Port Byron Old Erie Canal Heritage Park

  1575 Rooker Drive
  (315) 776-4601
  visit website

 Rochester

Genessee Waterways Center–Canoe & Kayak Rentals

  149 Elmwood Avenue
  (585) 328-3960
  visit website

 Seneca Falls

Erie Canal Cruise Lines

  Seneca Falls Harbor
  (800) 962-1771
  visit website

 Syracuse

Syracuse Inner Harbor

  328 West Kirkpatrick Street
  (315) 663-2100
  visit website

Erie Canal Museum & Heritage Area

  318 Erie Boulevard E
  (315) 471-0593
  visit website

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