DescriptionIn the St. Lawrence River between Kingston and Brockville, the park consists of more than 20 widely scattered islands among the Thousand Islands and a 39-hectare (96-acre) area at Mallorytown Landing on the mainland. The park's headquarters, picnic areas and a children's play area are at the Mallorytown Landing location. A visitor center has displays about the natural and cultural history and settlement of the Thousand Islands region.
Things to SeeThe Landon Bay Centre
General InformationAccess to the park by private vehicle is available only at the Mallorytown Landing entrance. Day use facilities are open 8-4:30, Victoria Day weekend through the second Monday in October. The Visitor Centre is open daily, mid-June through Labour Day, weekends and holidays, mid-May to mid-June. Interpretive programs and hikes are conducted periodically on the mainland and on the islands. Transportation to the islands is not available from the park; visitors must hire or supply their own boats. Recreational activities include camping, boating, fishing, hiking, sea kayaking and scuba diving.
ADMISSIONADMISSION is free in 2017 to celebrate Canada's 150th anniversary of Confederation. Otherwise $6.02 per private vehicle; $17.35 per private vehicle and trailer. Rates apply Victoria Day weekend-second Mon. in Oct.
PETSPETS are permitted in the park only if they are leashed; they are not permitted in the beach area.
ADDRESSADDRESS inquiries to the Superintendent's Office, Thousand Islands National Park, 2 CR 5, R.R. #3, Mallorytown, ON, Canada K0E 1R0; phone (613) 923-5261.