During the time of the war, Lake Champlain and the Hudson River were major transportation routes. If the British could control these routes, it would cut communication and the flow of supplies between New England and the rest of the colonies. It would also eliminate a very navigable passage as an American transportation route. At the same time for the British, it would open a major supply route from New Britain (Canada) to New York City, which were both held by the British for most of war. 

In the spring of 1777, British General Burgoyne devised a three-pronged invasion to divide the colonies along the Champlain and Hudson valleys. The invasion would come from Canada in the north, New York City in the south and Lake Ontario in the west. The target for all three was Albany, NY. 

All three invasions failed. Burgoyne led the largest of the British forces from Canada and eventually surrendered at Saratoga. The force from Lake Ontario withdrew at Fort Stanwix and the force from New York withdrew after setting fire to Kingston, NY. 

Today, the Champlain Canal not only parallels Burgoyne�s 1777 route, but also passes near a wealth of Revolutionary War sites that cover the entire period of the war from 1775 to 1783. 

DAY 1 : A Revolutionary Week Along the Historic Champlain Canal begins early in the morning on the Hudson River opposite the town of Bethlehem, NY , just south of Albany. 

From Bethlehem, you will sail past many areas where 18th century patriots once lived. When you arrive in Albany, you will dock at the Corning Preserve and take a short walking tour of Albany�s historic sites , including the Quackenbush house, where Burgoyne was a prisoner/guest after his failed invasion. 

DAY 2 :  Continue sailing north through Locks 3 and 4 and anchor offshore near the Saratoga Battlefield where you will take a short walking tour of the Great Redoubt. From the battlefield, you will continue sailing north through Locks 5 and 6 to Fort Edward where you will dock for the evening and visit the old fort�s historical sites. Burgoyne headquartered at Fort Edward during his invasion. 

DAY 3 : Continue sailing north through Locks 7, 8, 9 and 11 (Lock 10 was never constructed) to Whitehall where you will dock for a visit to the Skenesborough Museum . From the museum, you will continue sailing north through Lock 12 to a marina near Mount Independence where you will dock for the evening and make arrangements to visit Mount Independence . The fort at Mount Independence was evacuated and destroyed by the Americans when Burgoyne set cannon on top of Mount Defiance , opposite the fort. 

DAY 5 : Reverse direction and sail south and anchor near Fort Ticonderoga for a visit to the restored fort. Because of its commanding presence over the southern part of Lake Champlain, the fort has been called �a Key to a Continent.� After touring the fort, you will continue sailing south and dock at a marina in Whitehall for the evening and visit historical sites at the home of the US Navy. 

DAY 7 : Continue sailing south through Lock 4 and dock for a visit to Stillwater. Stillwater was a headquarters for the Northern Department of the Continental Army. After a walk around town, you will continue sailing south through Locks 3, 2 and 1 to Waterford. Dock in Waterford and conclude your Revolutionary Week Along the Historic Champlain Canal with a visit to this historic gateway to the Champlain and Erie Canals.

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  • Baum Site 1: Union Cemetery
  • Baum Site 2: To the Bridge
  • Baum Site 3: An Altered Landscape
  • Baum Site 4: Little Carrying Place
  • Baum Site 5: A Canal Community
  • Baum Site 6: Clark’s Mill Bridge
  • Baum Site 7: The Saratoga Encampment
  • Baum Site 8: Setting off August 12
  • Baum Site 9: Batten Kill Encampment
  • Baum Site 10: On the Continental Road
  • Baum Site 11: Still on the Continental Road
  • Baum Site 12: Betsey Taylor’s Story
  • Baum Site 13: Still on the Continental Road
  • Baum Site 14: Understanding the Landscape
  • Baum Site 15: And Even Still on the Continental Road
  • Baum Site 16: John Weir House
  • Baum Site 17: Colonists in Cambridge
  • Baum Site 18: The Checkered House
  • Baum Site 19: The Skirmish with the Cambridge Militia
  • Baum Site 20: The White Creek Encampment
  • Baum Site 21: Sancoick Mill Skirmish
  • Baum Site 22: Prelude to the Battle
  • Baum Site 23: The First Battle of Bennington
  • Baum Site 24: Baum’s Demise
  • Baum Site 25: The Second Battle of Bennington
  • Baum: Epilogue
  • 1. Crown Point State Historic Site: The Changing Landscape
  • 2. Driving to Hammond’s Corners: Young America Defining Itself
  • 3. Hammond’s Corners in the Hamlet of Crown Point
  • 4. The Fish Hatchery via Creek Road
  • 5. Driving to the Penfield Homestead Museum via Creek Road
  • 6. Penfield Homestead Museum
  • 7. Driving to Hammondville
  • 8. Driving from Hammondville to the White Church
  • 9. The White Church
  • 10. Driving through Moriah Center-Moriah Corners
  • 11. Colburn Blast Furnace
  • 12. Witherbee
  • 13. The Heart of Mineville
  • 14. The Invisible Town of Fletcherville
  • 15. Belfry Mountain Historic Fire Tower
  • 16. Town of Moriah Park
  • 17. The Concrete Homes of Bridal Row
  • 18: The Churches of Mineville and Port Henry
  • 19. Driving Joyce Road to the Plank Road
  • 20. Driving Main Street (Plank Rd.) to Pilfershire Road
  • 21. Driving Switchback and Cheney Roads
  • 22. Driving Route 22 South to Cheever
  • 23. Powerhouse Park
  • 24. Port Henry
  • 25. The Railroads of Port Henry
  • 26. The Witherbees, Sherman & Company Buildings
  • 27. The Cedar Point Iron Company
  • 28. Hammond Wharf at Monitor Bay Park
  • Acknowledgements and Bibliography
  • 1. Clinton Community College: Battle of Valcour Part I
  • 2. Driving to Peru Dock Boat Launch: Battle of Valcour II
  • 3. Driving to Ausable Chasm: Shifting British Strategy
  • 4. Ausable Chasm: Contrasts between Europe and America
  • 5. Leaving Ausable Chasm: Building Troop Numbers
  • 6. Driving to Willsboro: Preparing for War
  • 7. Willsboro: The Rules of War
  • 8. Driving to Split Rock: The Army Code of Honor
  • 9. Driving South of Essex: Burgoyne’s Long Flotilla
  • 10. Driving Along Bulwagga Bay: A City of Tents
  • 11. Driving on Burgoyne Road: Flaws of Fort Ticonderoga
  • 12. La Chute Falls: The Easiest Route from Canada to Albany by Water
  • 13. Fort View Inn: The Rebels Flee
  • 14. Putnam Pocket Park: The Battle of Hubbardton
  • 15. Drowned Lands Pocket Park: The Lake Shrinks
  • 16. Whitehall: A Naval Birthplace
  • 17: Driving to Fort Ann : Rebels on the Run
  • 18. Fort Ann Pocket Park: Burgoyne Celebrates
  • 19. Driving to Kingsbury: The Trying Journey by Land
  • 20. Kingsbury Pocket Park: Moving a City
  • 21. Driving to Fort Edward: Losing Control
  • 22. Driving to Fort Edward, II: Stories of Indian Atrocities Spread
  • 23. Old Fort House Museum: The Great Carrying Place
  • 24: Leaving Fort Edward: Ending the Supply Line
  • 25. Fort Miller Pocket Park: Baum’s Disastrous Defeat
  • 26. Saratoga Falls Pocket Park: A Bridge of Boats
  • 27: Driving to Saratoga National Historical Park: Costly Battles
  • 28. Driving to North Schuylerville: The British Retreat
  • 29. Schuyler House: The Rebels Trap the British
  • 30. Victory Woods: A Noble End
  • 31: Fort Hardy Park: An Honorable Surrender
  • 32. Saratoga Surrender Site: A Gentlemanly Exchange
  • Epilogue: The Aftermath of Burgoyne’s Defeat
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An Itinerary on the Alfred Z. Solomon Cultural Heritage Trail

Historical trails, battlefields, bike trails, museums, and plenty of small businesses dot the landscape between Waterford (Lock 1) and Whitehall (Lock 12). Originally built as a feeder line for the Erie Canal, the Champlain Canal played a significant role in the growth of the Industrial Revolution in New York and America. The communities that dot the landscape are rooted in the economic opportunities that the natural and manmade waterways made available to them. As you boat upstream the Upper Hudson River and Champlain Canal, you will discover that many of these communities have not changed much since the boom days of the mid-nineteenth century. Row houses and high Victorian manors, rolling hills and calm waters, and the loud bells of canal boats and the soothing chirp of crickets all await mariners on America’s first highways. Best Times to Go Late Spring, Summer

What You Should Know Before You Go The New York State Canal Corporation is a subsidiary of the New York State Thruway Authority. State legislation transferred responsibility and day-to-day operations for the 524-mile Canal System from the state Department of Transportation to the Thruway Authority in 1992. While Lakes to Locks Passage is happy to provide information regarding the Erie and Champlain sections of the Lakes to Locks Passage, questions regarding the operation of the canals should be directed towards the NYS Canal Corporation at 1800-4CANAL4 or www.nyscanals.gov.

What About this Experience is Distinctive or Authentic to the Character of the Region? The New York State Canal System is not only rich in history, but also culture. Many immigrants worked long and hard to create this magnificent waterway. Folklore, songs and speech lingo emerged from those individuals working along the Canal. As the population grew and the Canal prospered, it became not only a transportation waterway, but also a vacation area.

Additional Notes Lock 8,9,…11?

Original blueprints created for the Champlain Canal were varied, and rather than renumber the prints, which were hand-drawn, the lock numbers were omitted.

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Champlain Canal Locks and Transit Table

For those boaters and cruisers making the entire passage on the Champlain Canal from Troy, NY to Whitehall, NY there are a total of 12 locks that you will have to negotiate. The Federal Lock at Troy, NY operated by the USACE and 11 locks (C1 thru C12) on the Champlain Canal operated by the New York State Canal System.

NOTE: There is no Lock C10 on the Champlain Canal.

When northbound, these locks will raise you 140 feet until you reach Lock C9, at which time you will begin to lock down to a final elevation of 96.5 feet, the level of Lake Champlain, at Whitehall, NY.

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The highest single lift found on the Champlain Canal is Lock C3 in Mechanicville, NY with a lift of 19 feet 6 inches. The smallest lift is found at lock C7 in Ft. Edward, NY with a total lift of only 10 feet 0 inches.

Communications

Communications with the locks is done on VHF Channel 13 (156.650 MHz). While we have listed the phone numbers for each lock, the cell phone should not be considered a primary means of communications with the lockmasters and only used when all other methods have failed to get a response.

Lock & Transit Table

The table below lists the locks on the canal starting from the Troy Lock in Troy, NY, then Lock C-1 just north of Waterford, NY thru to Lock C-12 at Whitehall, NY. It also provides the lifts for each lock, the distance to the next lock, and the estimated time enroute including lockage time between locks.

Note: There is no Lock #10 on the Champlain Canal.

This table can be downloaded for your personal and private use. The file is Zipped Adobe (.pdf) format. The Champlain Canal Locks file contains the tables in Statute Miles, Nautical Miles, and Kilometers/Meters.

Champlain Canal Transit & Lock Schedule - Download

Lock Chamber Waypoints

The table below list the latitude and longitude for the approximate center of each lock chamber on the Champlain Canal for those who wish to use them as waypoints.

The Champlain Canal Lock Chamber Waypoint’s can be downloaded for your personal and private use. The file is in Zipped Adobe (.pdf) format.

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