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.
Select your campsite by visiting the Parks Canada Campground Reservation Service.
Campsite Reservation Launch Date: April 10, 2013
Please note, all other services such as day-use and overnight docking and individual island campsites are on a first-come, first-served basis.
Group Campground Information
Thousand Islands National Park encourages groups to experience outdoor camping in a natural environment.
Grenadier Island is for any groups organized for the pursuit of a common interest and larger than the party size that can be accommodated at a regular campsite. Access to the area is by boat only and the group is responsible for their own transportation.
For more group camping reservation information please contact the park office at (613) 923-5261.