Activities and experiences

Thousand Islands National Park

Thousand Islands National Park invites you to experience boating or paddle the St. Lawrence River’s blue-green waters past remote granite shoreline. Reserve a waterfront oTENTik or campsite for an overnighting in nature or take a scenic day hike along the river.

Riverside oTENTik camping

Book your stay at an island or mainland oTENTik and relax in you waterfront accommodation.

Riverside picnic at Mallorytown

Drop by Mallortytown Landing to take advantage of waterfront picnic shelters, barbecues and trails.

​Camp on an island

Pitch your tent along the banks of the St. Lawrence River and take in the stars at night.

Island access

Boating the St. Lawrence

Explore the islands dotting the river as you cruise to docks and mooring cans.

Don't have a boat?

There are many ways to explore islands and inlets of the park, even if you don't own a boat.

Highlights

Red chairs

Relax in Parks Canada's red chairs to take in iconic views.

Guided nature and forest therapy walks

Move to Nature invites you to experience a Guided Nature and Forest Therapy Walk in Thousand Islands National Park.

 

Facilities and services

Accessible Parking
Accessible Toilet Accessible toilets
Beaches Beaches
Docking
Dogs on leash Dogs on leash
First Aid
Gift Shop Gift shop
Information Information
Interpretation Interpretation
Kayak rental Rentals
Lookout Lookout
Toilet Toilette à compostage
Parking Parking
Pay parking Pay parking
Picnic area Picnic area
Picnic Shelter Picnic shelter
Playground Playground
Restrooms Restrooms
Warden station
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