One of the most commonly asked questions at Thousand Islands National Park is, “How do I get to the islands if I don’t have a boat?” Here are a number of creative solutions to help you enjoy your time in Thousand Islands National Park and the Thousand Islands.

Rent a kayak or canoe

Escape the crowd, forget the tour boat and witness Thousand Islands National Park as few do, from the intimate perspective of a kayak, canoe, or stand-up paddle board. .

Go on a guided kayak trip

Paddling the cool waters of Thousand Islands National Park is nearly effortless with the help of regional outfitters. 

Take a shuttle

Take an easy trip to some of our park islands. In 5 minutes, you can be at one of the national park islands. 

Rent a boat

Marinas in the Thousand Islands Area rent various types of boats including large, live-in houseboats to visitors of the 1000 Islands. 

Go on a cruise

Take in the sights and sounds of the Thousand Islands from the comfort of a tour boat. 

Try a mainland experience at Thousand Islands National Park

Relax by the river at Mallorytown Landing or get a breath of fresh air along the park’s hiking trails.