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About Thousand Islands National Park

Thousand Islands National Park

Thousand Islands National Park invites you to experience its magic. Journey to the picturesque granite islands and windswept pine trees of the Thousand Islands. Explore islands and riverside environments that have been the summer home of Haudenosaunee and Mississauga Anishinaabe First Nations for millennia. Enjoy a day by the river and overnight in waterfront oTENTik accommodations at the park’s mainland visitor centre. From families of basking turtles to soaring birds of prey, the opportunities to view wildlife in Thousand Islands National Park are excellent. The top 5 common wildlife species visitors may spot when at the park are osprey, map turtles, mink, great blue herons, and white-tailed deer. The Thousand Islands are an idyllic blend of accessibility and wilderness within a pristine river ecosystem.

 

 

Thousand Islands National Park

1121 – 1000 Islands Parkway


Mallorytown, Ontario
Canada
K0E 1R0

Tel:  613-923-5261
Email: ont-ti@pc.gc.ca
 





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