Hours

public paddling hours

Sunday 12pm - 8pm

Monday Closed

Tuesday Closed

Wednesday 5pm - 8pm

Thursday 5pm - 8pm

Friday 5pm - 8pm 

Saturday 12pm - 8pm

*Visitors are welcome at anytime of the day to spectate or picnic. We appreciate your observation of the Leave No Trace principles. 

Lock 32 is closed for the season. Thank you everyone for a great year.


Who We are and where we came from

Lock 32 Whitewater Park is a constant flow, man-made, class II-III, whitewater park built in the spillway of the Erie Canal’s historic Lock 32. The park opened to the public in 2001 and is located in Pittsford, NY. The park can be accessed from the DOT side of the canal and includes flatwater access for paddlers who would like hourly rentals. For public access to launch your personal craft use the canal park lot and dock on the North side of the canal. 

We offer a variety of services including: week long summer kids camps, evening classes for adults and children, one-on-one opportunities with instructors, and public access to the facilities during open hours. 

For information about classes and seasonal access visit our services page. If you are interested in flatwater kayaking or stand up paddleboard rentals please call us (rates can be found to the right). 

We also offer access to the park during public hours (listed to the left, prior experience required for whitewater paddling). 

 

Daily Access Rates

Day Pass - $20

Equipment Rental - Additional $20

If you plan on paddling at the park for more than 8 days this season consider purchasing a season pass for $150 ($250 with gear, season passes only include access to the whitewater park, hourly rental rates still apply). 

 

 

 

Hourly Rentals

Call ahead to reserve your time! Kayaks and Stand-Up-Paddleboards.

585-586-4330

Hourly Rental Rates

$25 Kayak or $35 SUP for the first 2 hours

$10 for every additional hour

 

Note: These rates are for Lock 32 Whitewater Park in Pittsford, not the Genesee Waterways Center in Genesee Valley Park. For those rates visit www.geneseewaterways.org