On Board Activities

  • Canoeing and Kayaking
    (Book in advance with fees $50/$40 per day $30/$25 half day)
  • Swimming at River
  • Fishing at dock
  • Sanding beach playing
  • Firepit
  • Barbecuing

Outdoor Activities

Hiking and Biking Trail


37 KM 1000 Islands Parkway Trail
(located at Adjacent to our property’s northern side)

Renowned as one of the provinces of Ontario’s best trails, the picturesque paved stretch of the 1000 Islands Parkway provides an excellent opportunity to see the islands by being in the midst of their beauty and fascinating geological history.


  • Ivy Lea 1000 Islands Cruise (8 Minutes from our cottage)
    95 Ivy Lea RD, Lansdowne, On KOE1L0. Tel: 1888-717-4837


Thousand Islands Playhouse (7 Minutes from cottage)

185 South ST, Gananoque, Ontario, K7G1A1 Tel: 613-382-7020


2 minutes from cottage

380 ON-2, Gananoque, ON K7G 2V4 Tel: (613) 382-6800


  • House of Dragon (3 minutes from cottage) There are also many other restaurants nearby
    790 King St E, Gananoque, ON K7G 1H3 Tel: 613-382-3636
  • Tim Hortons (3 minutes from cottage)
     713 King St E, Gananoque, ON K7G 1H6 Tel: 613-382-1546
  • McDonald’s (3 minutes from cottage)
    670 King St E, Gananoque, ON K7G 1H3. Tel: 613-382-4466


10 minutes from cottage

  • Joel Stone Heritage Park and Splash Pad: Located at 720 Stone Street South, this park provides an excellent view of the St. Lawrence and some of its famous islands. Bring your bathing suit and a picnic lunch and enjoy a dip in the river at the Joel Stone Beach. A great way to spend a warm summer afternoon, scenic views of the Gananoque River.
  • Arthur Child Heritage Museum Grounds: Adjacent to the Arthur Child Heritage Museum at 125 Water Street, these grounds offer green space for leisurely strolls and picnics, with views of the river and nearby islands.
  • Gananoque Municipal Marina Park: Situated along the waterfront at 21 Bay Street, this park offers green space, benches, and views of boats docked at the municipal marina.
  • Thousand Islands National Park: While not directly within Gananoque, Thousand Islands National Park offers several areas nearby for outdoor recreation, including hiking trails, picnic areas, and waterfront views.


10 minutes from cottage

  • Kayaking and Canoeing: Paddle through the tranquil waters of the St. Lawrence River and Thousand Islands, enjoying the scenic beauty and spotting diverse bird species and marine life.
  • Hiking and Nature Trails: Discover the natural beauty of the region by exploring hiking trails such as the Thousand Islands National Park trails, offering opportunities for both leisurely strolls and more challenging hikes.
  • Fishing: Enjoy fishing excursions on the St. Lawrence River, known for its abundance of fish species including bass, pike, and muskie.
  • Cycling: Cycle along scenic routes such as the Thousand Islands Parkway or explore local trails, enjoying breathtaking views of the river and surrounding landscapes.
  • Golfing: Tee off at nearby golf courses such as the Smuggler’s Glen Golf Course, offering challenging courses amidst stunning natural surroundings.
  • Historic Sites: Visit historic sites such as the Gananoque Clock Tower, Gananoque Heritage Walking Tour, and the Arthur Child Heritage Museum to learn about the area’s rich history and heritage.

Motor boat rental

5 minutes from cottage


  • Clark’s Marina. 35 Clark Drive, Gananoque. 6133820016
  • Peck’s Marina. 505 Thousand Island PKY, Lansdowne. 6136593185
  • HP Powersports Marine Inc. 49 River RD, Lansdowne. 6133822628.

1000 Islands Helicopter Tours

4 minutes from cottage


88 County Rd 32, Gananoque, ON K7G 2V3 Tel: 855-855-4354

Nearby attractions


  • Parliament buildings, Ottawa ( 90 Min ) : 111 Wellington St.
    Ottawa, ON K1A 0A6.
  • Canada First Railway Tunnel (30 Min) : 8 Brock St, Brockville, ON K6V 4E6. Tel:
    (613) 342-8772
    Although little known, the oldest railway tunnel in Canada actually exists under the downtown core of Brockville, Ontario, the tranquil community located on the shores of the St Lawrence River at the eastern edge of the Thousand Islands.