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Thousand Islands National Park is one of Canada’s smallest and most unique parks. Part of the larger Thousand Islands Region of the Saint Lawrence River between the US and Canada, this national park comprised of 21 islands and offers visitors a change to hike, boat, and explore the rugged coastline. At only 9.4 square miles, Thousand Islands National Park is small, but with 21 islands and many smaller islets, there’s plenty to do. The park consists of two areas on the mainland, including a visitor center, as well as many places to hike and kayak. While there are trails along the mainland, much of the park is only accessible by boat. Bring your own or rent one from a local outfitter to explore the quieter areas of the park, or take a boat cruise from a local outfitter to explore the entire region. Since Thousand Islands National Park is only a short drive from New York and part of the larger Thousand Islands Region, it’s the perfect way to spend a few days the next time you’re exploring in your RV.
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- Fall 30-68 F
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Thousand Islands National Park Hiking Trails
While much of the park is a series of islands and bays, there are still great hiking opportunities on the mainland. Thousand Islands National Park’s trails offer a variety of quick, easy hikes to moderate several long excursions. Most of these trails offer fantastic views of the Thousand Island area.
Thousand Islands National Park Trails
Things to do Outside Thousand Islands National Park
Thousand Islands National Park makes up only a small bit of the Thousand Islands Region. Once you’re done exploring the park, don’t miss some of the other amazing things to do in the area. Take a scenic drive in one or both countries! The Seaway Trail (Route 12) is in New York, and the 1000 Islands Parkway (Highway 2) is in Ontario. The Thousand Islands International Bridge connects the countries and the regions. Over 1800 islands dot the water, and there are many ways to see them. Book a tour or cruise to learn about the area, see historic lighthouses and even stop by a castle or two! The Boldt Castle and the Singer Castle are both historic homes and are open to tours. Or book a fishing charter to spend the day fishing for bass, northern pike and salmon. Of course you can always bring your own boat or rent one from the local outfitters if you’d like to explore the water on your own.
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Thousand Islands National Park
Thousand Islands National Park has several campsites available, however they are tent only. If you are bringing an RV to Thousand Islands National Park, you’ll have to stay outside the national park. Fortunately there are great RV campgrounds and parks nearby. 1000 Islands/Mallorytown KOA Holiday Campground. The 1000 Islands KOA Campground is located just off Highway 401 and is close to the national park. With room for big rigs and 50-amp hook ups, the KOA offers pull through sites as well as a pool, arade, pet park, and jumping pillow. The campground is open from early April to Nov 1st.
Campgrounds Near Thousand Islands National Park
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How to get to Thousand Islands National Park
Since the Thousand Islands Region spans both the US and Canada, getting to Thousand Islands National Park is easy. From the Alexandria Bay Port of Entry off US 81 in New York, get on ON-401E and take the highway to Mallorytown. Then take Mallorytown Rd/County Rd 5 to County Rd 2 and the visitors center.