Thousand Islands National Park


Lodging & Travel


Thousand Islands National Park, formerly known as St. Lawrence Islands National Park, is a distinguished destination that invites visitors to explore their heritage in the heart of the 1000 Islands. Established in 1904, it holds the distinction of being the oldest national park east of the Canadian Rockies. Encompassing over 20 island properties spanning between Brockville and Kingston, along with mainland bases featuring scenic hiking trails at Mallorytown Landing, Jones Creek, and Landon Bay, the park offers a captivating experience.


    •    Parks Canada oTENTik camping accommodations: Thousand Islands National Park provides visitors with the opportunity to enjoy the unique Parks Canada oTENTik camping experience. This accommodation option blends the convenience of a rustic cabin with the charm of tent camping, offering a comfortable and memorable stay amidst the natural beauty of the park.

    •    Visitor Centre: Plan a visit to the Visitor Centre at Mallorytown Landing, where you can explore engaging traveling exhibits, encounter live animals, and interact with knowledgeable educational interpreters. They will be delighted to introduce you to the diverse natural and cultural history of the area.

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