Thousand Islands National Park
Lodging & Travel
Thousand Islands National Park (Formerly St. Lawrence Islands National Park)
Discover your heritage at the oldest National Park east of the Canadian Rockies in the heart of the 1000 Islands. The park was established in 1904 and comprises over 20 island properties between Brockville and Kingston, a mainland base with hiking trails at Mallorytown Landing, Jones Creek and Landon Bay.
Thousand Islands National Park now offers Parks Canada oTENTik camping accommodations.
A cross between a tent and a rustic cabin, Parks Canada oTENTik is a relaxing, easier way to experience camping.
Plan a visit to the Visitor Centre to see our traveling exhibits, live animals, and meet our educational interpreters at Mallorytown Landing. We will be happy to introduce you to the rich natural and cultural history of the area.