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Thousand Islands National Park of Canada


© backcountry with the kids

Reservations

Family using a shelter
Breakfast in an oTENTik shelter
© backcountry with the kids

Reservations are available for:

  • oTENTik accommodations at two island locations (McDonald and Gordon) and on the mainland at Mallorytown Landing
  • A select number of campsites on Beau Rivage, Camelot, Cedar, Milton, McDonald, Gordon, Georgina, East Grenadier, Central Grenadier, Aubrey and Mulcaster Islands
  • Group campsites on Central Grenadier Island (see below).

All other campsites and all other services such as day-use and overnight docking are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Select your campsite by visiting the Parks Canada Campground Reservation Service. Reservations can be made as of April 10, 2015 8:00 a.m. EDT.

Also available to reserve is the gazebo or picnic shelter at Mallorytown Landing free of charge, please contact the park.

Camping equipment rentals can be made through 1000 Islands Kayaking Company. Fully equipped camping kits or partially equipped camping kits are available.

Access to the islands is by boat only and campers must arrange their own transportation. All vessels must have a valid mooring or beaching permit. These permits are NOT included with camping or oTENTik fees and must be purchased on arrival at the island.

Group Campground Information

Thousand Islands National Park encourages groups to experience outdoor camping in a natural environment.

Central Grenadier Island can be reserved for any group organized for the pursuit of a common interest and larger than the party size that can be accommodated at a regular campsite. For more group camping reservation information please contact the park office at (613) 923-5261.