Reservations & oTENTik accommodations
Thousand Islands National Park is offering reservations for select island campsites and for Parks Canada oTENTik accommodations, making it easy to plan multi-day camping excursions in the islands. Reservable campsites are available on Beau Rivage, Mulcaster, and Camelot Islands. Campers who want to experience the great outdoors but still like their creature comforts will find the perfect retreat in oTENTik, a cross between a tent and a rustic cabin. This summer, oTENTik accommodations will be introduced at two island locations (McDonald and Gordon) and on the mainland at Mallorytown Landing.
Have you heard? We have a new name.
On March 27, 2013 the name of St. Lawrence Islands National Park was officially changed to Thousand Islands National Park.
The change came about through a private member’s bill introduced by Gord Brown, Member of Parliament for Leeds-Grenville, with the intention of more accurately reflecting the location of the park and its link to a world-renowned tourist region.
“The Thousand Islands are known throughout the world as a tourism destination, and Parks Canada can now take advantage of this strong brand and align its public offering with those of other regional tourism providers,” said Brown upon the announcement of the name change.
Firewood restriction in effect
Protect your island forests from the emerald ash borer, an invasive insect that can be spread in firewood. A single piece of infected firewood can kill thousands of trees.
Firewood must be purchased in the park from self-serve bins or park staff. Do not move firewood into or out of the park. Firewood purchased in the park can be transported between any park islands, with the exception of Cedar and Milton islands.
Low water levels
Low water levels are being reported in the Thousand Islands. This may affect dock availability and accessibility. Please note that seasonal permits are non-refundable and the park has no control over water levels in the St. Lawrence River.
The Pitch Pine Post
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