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Thousand Islands National Park of Canada


Maps - Mainland

Maps - Island

  • PDFStovin - Eastern gateway to the 1000 Islands; busy island.
  • PDFAdelaide - Significant native archaeological site and waterfowl habitat.
  • PDFGrenadier (East) - Sheltered, shallow docking. Trail connects to township road, which traverses the 8 km island.
  • PDFGrenadier (Central) - Evidence of farming that was started by United Empire Loyalist settlers. Group camping also available.
  • PDFGrenadier (North) - Former site of the Angler's Inn (c. 1871), favourite stop for fishermen; shallow water dock.
  • PDFGrenadier (West) - Navigational light that replaced lighthouse once operated by the Root family. Deep docking.
  • PDFGeorgina - The 1000 Islands Bridge to the U.S. has footings on the island. Diverse forest habitats.
  • PDFConstance - Swift, shallow water swirls past the island as it plunges over a sill below the 1000 Islands Bridge, where the water depth drops to over 65 m.
  • PDFHill - Limited docking at Batterman's Point.
  • PDFGordon - Sandstone-based island with deep soils. Archaeologically significant sites where native peoples spent summers hunting and gathering.
  • PDFMulcaster - "Nature's Arboretum" with 29 species of trees that highlight the diversity of the 1000 Islands flora.
  • PDFCamelot - Rocky, steep cliffs and heavily forested interior.
  • PDFEndymion - A fragile example of 1000 Islands ecology.
  • PDFMermaid – See the “roche moutonnée”, the rock hill shaped by the passage of glacier ice and looks like a sheep's back. Deep-draught docking.
  • PDFAubrey - Marks the western edge of the Frontenac Arch.
  • PDFThwartway - Became part of the park in 1972 and has remained a nature reserve.
  • PDFMcDonald - Once used for farming, then as a youth camp by the Rotary Club and Sea Cadets. Now regenerating fields and forests provide prime wildlife habitat.
  • PDFBeau Rivage - Favourite spot for picnicking and camping since the park's inception in 1904.
  • PDFMilton - At the western entrance to the Bateau Channel.
  • PDFCedar - Cathcart Tower, part of Kingston's historic fortifications and a national historic site.


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