Thousand Islands National Park
Don't let the chill of winter keep you cooped up indoors. Put on a pair of snowshoes to enjoy the hush of a fresh snowfall and the delicate prints of travelling animals. Snowshoeing is easier than hiking when the snow is deep and is accessible to nearly everyone.
Park trails at the Jones Creek property vary in difficulty from an easy 20-minute walk to a moderate 2-hour hike and connect to each other for a longer trip.
Plan your trip
- Find the trailhead at 1270 - 1000 Islands Parkway.
- Find a trail map on our facilities and services page or pick up a trail brochure at the trailhead. The trail brochure outlines the length, level of difficulty, scenic lookouts, and features of each trail.
- A composting toilet is available a quick 5-minute walk from the parking lot.
- Trails are open year round for hiking, snowshoeing, wildlife and bird watching, and geocaching.
For your comfort and safety
- Black legged ticks, potential carriers of Lyme disease and Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis, are common in Eastern Ontario and Thousand Islands National Park. Please visit our Ticks and Your Health page for more information on how to protect yourself.
- Even the best behaved dog can run into trouble when off leash. Keeping your dog on a leash protects both your dog and any other animal that you may encounter. Wild animals can become aggressive when confronted and other dogs may not be as friendly as yours. Additionally, other visitors may be uncomfortable with or afraid of dogs.
- The water of the St. Lawrence River and other surface water in the area may carry bacteria. Water should be filtered and then treated or boiled before drinking or bring your own drinking water. For more information regarding drinking water please refer to Health Canada’s website.
- Be sure that you are well prepared and that you have all the right gear to make every outing safe and enjoyable. Visit AdventureSmart for more details.
For more information on natural hazards, weather conditions, and planning a safe activity, please see our Visitor Safety page.
- Camping and overnight accommodations
- Red chairs
- Guided nature and forest therapy walks
- Paddling in the Thousand Islands
- Shuttles and boat rentals
- Go on a cruise
- Tent talks
- Visitor centre
- Bird watching
- Scuba Diving
- Wildlife Viewing
- Parks Canada Xplorers
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