Island Camping

There are over 20 island properties in the St. Lawrence River between Kingston and Brockville.

reservations : Thousand Islands National Park

Maps of the Parks and camping site info

Reservations are available for:

  • oTENTik accommodations at two island locations (McDonald and Gordon) and on the mainland at Mallorytown Landing
  • A select number of campsites on Beau Rivage, Camelot, Cedar, Milton, McDonald, Gordon, Georgina, East Grenadier, Central Grenadier, Aubrey and Mulcaster Islands
  • Group campsites on Central Grenadier Island (see below).

All other campsites and all other services such as day-use and overnight docking are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

 Note: Unless otherwise stated, national park islands have docks, composting toilets and walking trails; most have shelters and primitive campsites. Interpretive programs on a variety of natural and cultural heritage topics are offered throughout the summer at the Mallorytown Landing Visitor Centre. The park does not provide transportation to the islands. The park encourages a pack-in-pack-out policy throughout the park and most island locations do not have garbage facilities. Please help us protect and preserve these unique island locations.

The St. Lawrence River is renowned for its dangerous shoals; accurate nautical charts are essential for boating safety. Nautical charts may be purchased at private outlets listed on the Canadian Hydrographic Service Website.

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