Aqueduct Park


As it approached the Aqueduct the Erie Canal turned sharply north to cross the Mohawk River on what was then called the “upper aqueduct”. This is now a popular riverside park for viewing rowing activity or launching your own small boat. Please respect the private docks of the Aqueduct Rowing Club. Notice the stonework that once comprised the aqueduct is cataloged and stored in a wooded area between Aqueduct Park and Aqueduct Road. This was done in the 1960s when the structure was removed from the River crossing.


c/o Town of Niskayuna
2682 Aqueduct Road
Niskayuna, NY


42.84936700, -73.89116700
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