Thousand Islands National Park of Canada
We want all park users to have a memorable visitor experience. To protect the park's resources and your safety regulations are enforced. To ensure that your stay is enjoyable please read and observe the following:
Liquor: Possession and consumption is enforced in accordance with the Ontario Liquor Licence Act. The Act prohibits consuming or having open container of liquor on docks, shelters and public places.
Fees: Are payable immediately upon arrival for docking, mooring buoys, beaching, camping, boat launching and parking. Valid permits must be clearly visible to Park staff.
Pets: Must be leashed at all times. Stoop and scoop. No pets on beaches.
Stay: Maximum lengths of stay for: island docking and mooring buoys is 3 consecutive nights, parking at Mallorytown Landing is 5 consecutive nights and island camping is 14 consecutive nights.
Quiet Hours: Are from 10pm to 8am. No operation of generators or boat engines are permitted during this time. Operation is not permitted at any time on "generator free" island areas.
Facilities: Are on a first-come, first-served basis. Dock space may not be reserved. Detached boat trailers cannot be left in Landing parking lot. Be prepared to pack-out as garbage service is not available at most island locations.
Fires: Are allowed only in designated fire pits. Do not collect natural materials for firewood. Fireworks and explosives are not permitted.
Resources: Hunting is not permitted in the Park. Camping is restricted to designated sites. Do not disturb, feed or destroy wildlife, plants or cultural objects. Stay on marked trails.