We've compiled a list of other canal and park related web sites to help visitors explore more about canal engineering, history and park/recreation resources.

Canal aqueduct and wooden towpath bridge that spans the Millstone River at Princeton, New Jersey.




OTHER SITES OF INTEREST
AARP Bulletin: Drawn to America's Waterways
Abbot Marshlands
American Trails
The Canal Society of New Jersey
The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historic Park
D & R Canal Watch
D & R Greenway Land Trust
The Delaware Canal State Park (Pennsylvania)
The Delaware & Hudson Canal Historical Society
The Dept. of Transportation: Bicycle Maps & Routes
The Digital Librarian: Railways and Waterways
East Coast Greenway Alliance
The Erie Canal Online (Syracuse Online)
Erie Canal Village
Franklin Township Public Library (Somerset, New Jersey)
Franklin Township Historical Photograph Archive
Franklin Township Newspapers
Friends of the Delaware Canal
History of the Delaware & Raritan Canal and Lake Carnegie (The Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation)
History of the Erie Canal (University of Rochester)
Hunterdon Land Trust
The National Canal Museum (Easton, Pennsylvania)
New Jersey Conservation Foundation
New Jersey Trails Association
The New York Canal System
North American Canals
Trails from Rails: D & R Canal State Park Trail