Historic Champlain Canal Corridor through the Town of Halfmoon is replete with historic structures from the 1820’s Champlain Canal and include Old Lock #7, Old Lock #8, two farmers’ bridges, a stone culvert over McDonald Creek and a waste water weir at McDonald Creek. Further, much of the original Canal stonewall is also visible. Thus, the cultural and historical aspects of the Historic Champlain Canal are inescapable to the traveler along the Canal Trail. To make these historic structures more meaningful to the traveler, the Town seeks to fabricate and install interpretive signage.
Partnership Grant Amount—$7,500