Lock 32 Whitewater Park is a man-made, class 2-3, whitewater park built in the spillway of Lock 32 on the Erie Canal. Located at 2797 Clover Street in Pittsford, NY, Lock 32 offers whitewater and flatwater kayaking lessons to children and adults. Our ACA Certified instructors will always be available and ready to help you reach your paddling goals. 
Whether your just looking for a relaxing place to stay in shape and meet other paddlers, or if you are looking to navigate class V rapids on the weekends, Lock 32 is the best place to start. Lock 32 is the only place in the Northeastern US that has controllable water levels for more than 100 days a year. 



Construction on the park began in 1996 when a local paddler was looking for a close place to practice his skills. His ambition and connections through his job led him to find the spillway of a canal lock and eventually led to the construction of the park. For more information on the history of Lock 32 check out this documentary.

A short documentary focusing on the designing and building of Lock 32 White Water Park in Pittsford, New York.