Thousand Islands National Park

Journey to the picturesque granite islands and rugged shorelines of Thousand Islands National Park. Explore secluded bays by kayak or boat, camp or picnic by the river, or learn about the region's biodiversity and rich Indigenous heritage from the vantage point of wooded trails and rocky lookouts.

Island and mainland oTENTiks

Try an oTENTik accommodation at Mallorytown Landing, Gordon Island or McDonald Island.

Self-guided audio tours

Download the Parks Canada app and explore the park with self-guided tours.

Events and programs

Take part in a wide range of special events and activities in Thousand Islands National Park.

Visiting Thousand Islands National Park

Activities and experiences

Things to do, trails, programs, paddling, boating, red chairs and more.

Plan your visit

How to get here, maps, facilities and services and weather.

Camping and overnight accommodations

Campsites and oTENTiks.


Make a reservation for campsites and oTENTiks.


Daily visitor fees, camping, boat launch and mooring fees, and more. Free admission for youth.


Seasonal and annual admission passes.

Safety and guidelines

Important bulletins, wildlife, camping and water safety, and park regulations.

About Thousand Islands National Park

Nature and science

Conservation and science, R.A.R.E project, animals, plants, the environment, and research.

Culture and history

History, cultural landscape, designation information.

Stewardship and management

Contact information, jobs, public consultations, plans, business licenses and policies.

How to get here

Contact Thousand Islands National Park

General inquiries:
Phone: 613-923-5261
Toll-free: 1-888-773-8888

For emergencies within the park:
Police, Fire, Ambulance (emergency only): 911
Wildlife incidents/Wildfires: 1-877-852-3100

More contact information

Hours of operation

Mallorytown Landing

May 17 to September 2, 2024
Self-serve registration available
Visitor Centre office and washrooms open: 9:00 am to 4:00 pm 

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Thousand Islands National Park

Granite islands speckle the St. Lawrence River in a transition zone between Canadian Shield and Adirondack Mountains. Explore by boating, paddling, or hiking. Awesome Thousand Islands National Park awaits, a few hours from Toronto or Montreal.

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