Don't have a boat?
Thousand Islands National Park
One of the most commonly asked questions at Thousand Islands National Park is, “How do I get to the islands if I don’t have a boat?” Here are a number of creative solutions to help you enjoy your time in Thousand Islands National Park and the Thousand Islands.
Escape the crowd, forget the tour boat and witness Thousand Islands National Park as few do, from the intimate perspective of a kayak, canoe, or stand-up paddle board. .
Paddling the cool waters of Thousand Islands National Park is nearly effortless with the help of regional outfitters.
Take an easy trip to some of our park islands. In 5 minutes, you can be at one of the national park islands.
Marinas in the Thousand Islands Area rent various types of boats including large, live-in houseboats to visitors of the 1000 Islands.
Take in the sights and sounds of the Thousand Islands from the comfort of a tour boat.
Relax by the river at Mallorytown Landing or get a breath of fresh air along the park’s hiking trails.
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