Things to do
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.
Visiting with Young Children? Explore with Club Parka!
With the Club Parka booklet kids can explore, learn and have fun! The booklets are available on site. With the Photo Missions App, kids are invited to help Parka and Chirp find and photograph specific items found at our place! Download the app for free before visiting. Once one or both activities are completed, they will receive a reward!Learn more about Parka and download other activities! Download the free Photo Missions App
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 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.
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.