The Heusden Canal is a canal on the border of the Dutch provinces North Brabant and Gelderland, roughly between Wijk en Aalburg and Heusden. The canal connects the Afgedamde Maas and Bergsche Maas and has a total length of approximately 2.3 km.
On the Bergsche Maas end, there is a lock named the Kromme Nolkering, and also the only bridge across the canal; it is part of the N831.
Creation of the canal was required under the Maasmondwet ("Maas Mouth Act") of 26 January 26, 1883.
Coordinates: 51°44′54″N 5°8′0″E / 51.74833°N 5.13333°E