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Thousand Islands National Park of Canada


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Thousand Islands National Park invites you to experience its magic. Paddle the St. Lawrence River’s blue-green waters past remote granite shoreline and historic estates. Tour by powerboat and camp in serenity at an island dock. Reserve a waterfront oTENTik for convenient, comfortable overnighting in nature. Picnic at a scenic riverside greenspace, just off Highway 401. The Thousand Islands are an idyllic blend of accessibility and wilderness within a pristine river ecosystem.

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Riverside oTENTik camping 
Wake up to sunlight glinting on water, a panorama of green islands, and a full day of family adventure ahead. The park’s oTENTik roofed accommodations provide the perfect base for exploring the Thousand Islands.
Relax by the river 
Relax and play on the breezy banks of the St. Lawrence River. The visitor centre at Mallorytown Landing has picnic shelters and barbecues, playground, geocaching, scavenger hunts, live animal displays, hiking trails and a St. Lawrence River cycling path nearby.
Camp on an island
Is there anything more quintessentially Canadian than camping? Set up your tent, stoke up your fire, and take in thousands of stars while in the Thousand Islands.
Effortless kayak escape in the islands 
Paddling the cool waters of Thousand Islands National Park is nearly effortless with the help of regional outfitters. Experienced guides take care of every detail, from introductory lessons to en route snacks.

Get a breath of fresh air on the trails 
Being active is a pleasure when your gym is the Canadian outdoors. Escape the daily grind in a sanctuary of scenic lookouts, rugged rock faces, and tall stands of pine. Trails vary in difficulty from an easy 20-minute walk to a moderate 2-hour hike. 

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1-877-RESERVE (737-3783)

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