Events and activities we’ve participated in or done along the canal. Here you can see some of what we are working on and striving to accomplish.
Check our calendar for upcoming events.
Halloween Happenin’ community event. Details =>
Chenango Canal Can-Do Project: If you would like to contribute to a public rural walking trail, consider dropping off your returnables at these two locations, CazCans on Route 12B, Hamilton and Nickel-Back Redemption on Route 12, Waterville. Both accept returnable cans and bottles for the benefit of the Chenango Canal Association and the Towpath Trail.
A group of large blue barrels located at the Canal Cottage Museum parking lot in Bouckville are also available to leave returnables. The CCA places the blue barrels on the fields along Route 20 during the Bouckville-Madison Antique Show in August.
The CCA raises money year-round to help pay expenses to maintain and improve the five-mile summit level of the Chenango Canal Towpath Trail as well as create events open to the public. We volunteer and we appreciate your help!
May 3, 2014 5K “Fun Run” a walk/run on trails around the Hamilton, NY Municipal Airport. The course is mostly on trails maintained by the Village of Hamilton and consist of the RR trail on eht east side of the airport, heading north, then about 1K on Woodman Road, then south on the Chenango Canal Towpath Trail around the southern end of the airport runway (be sure to stay clear) to the finish at Wings Way. The plan is to make thia an annual event. Watch for it! [More]
Chenango Canal Corridor Connections trail project: This is a major project with the vision to link various trails along the general canal and O&W rail corridors from Utica to Binghamton, NY. A separate web site has been created to follow this project, although there has been bo recent activity. Go ==>
April 18, 2008 Trail cleanup with the help of a work team of Colgate University students sponsored by the COVE (Center for Outreach, Volunteerism, and Education - Link to COVE)
Photo Gallery Link This is an example of a typical trail maintenance day showing how much growth needs to be removed to keep the trail clear. This type of maintenance has to be done several times every year to keep the trail passable. Check our calendar to see when we have trail maintenance days. Volunteers are always welcome - join us.