CITY OF CANAL FULTON
Canal Fulton’s Canalway Center located along the Ohio & Erie Towpath Trail in St. Helena Heritage Park. The Center is a Visitor & Information facility built in 2006 that promotes Canal Fulton’s history, area amenities, events and programs. The 1,760 square foot facility offers interpretive information on Canal Fulton’s rich cultural history, The facility welcomes groups and individuals during their travels along the canal. Tickets are also sold for the Canal Fulton Heritage Society’s St. Helena III canal boat during the season. Call for hours & rates on seasonal canal boat rides.
2016 Hours of Operation:
April: Saturday & Sunday Only - 10am - 4pm
May - September: Monday - Friday - 10am - 4pm and Saturday & Sunday 10am - 6pm
October: Saturday & Sunday Only 10am - 4pm
November - March: Closed
CANAL FULTON CANALWAY CENTER
The Towpath Trail
The historic town of Canal Fulton is nestled in the northwest corner of Stark County among the Ohio and Erie Canals and the Tuscarawas River. Canal Fulton offers the advantages of living in a close knit community of historic beauty with the convenience of being a short drive to the hustle and bustle of bigger metropolitan areas of Stark, Summit, and Cuyahoga Counties.
Canal Fulton's Historic District, which is listed in the National Register of Historical Places, has over eighty sites including buildings and homes. Canal Fulton is also the home of the St. Helena III, one of only four canal boats operating in Ohio. Visitors will cruise an original section of the canal where they will see Lock IV, which remains as it was in the 1800's.