Top 10 Activities
Near B & B
1. Skywood Eco Adventure
Skywood Eco Adventure is Canada’s largest aerial adventure and zip line park. Set in the scenic 1000 Islands, Skywood offers outdoor enthusiasts a wide range of experiences such as zip lines, canopy tours, aerial games and a large children’s treehouse play area, Treewalk Village suitable for children (3 years +) to advanced level participants.
2. Shoreline Casino
Shorelines will provide a local, compelling, casually upscale, fun experience of food, drinks, entertainment and gaming delivered with unparalleled hospitality that makes you feel like you are always among friends.
3. Gananoque Boat Lines
Gananoque Boat Lines is the largest and the oldest cruise company in 1000 islands. Gananoque Boat Line Cruises are a great way to explore both the Canadian & American spans of 1000 islands. A good deal of Day and Evening cruise lets you discover castles, lost ships, pirates and the beautiful scenery of 1000 islands & more.
4. Boldt Castle
Boldt Castle is a major landmark and tourist attraction in the Thousand Islands region of the U.S. A. It is a home to one of the saddest love stories ever told. One can experience the magnificent Boldt Castle as the cruise takes you to the most famous of the 1000 Islands. The 120-room castle is an eternal monument in the memory of a man’s love for his wife.
5. Thousand Islands Playhouse
Located on the shores of the St. Lawrence River is the newly renovated Thousand Islands Playhouse. Started as an amateur theater, it quickly moved into the ranks of professional for over 25 years with the Firehall Theatre or the Springer Theatre.
6. 1000 Islands Helicopter Tours
Experience all that the 1000 Islands have to offer, first class! 1000 Islands Helicopter Tours and Kouri’s Kopters offer the most spectacular views from planned tours, custom charters and life-changing excursions. See the beauty, romance, and grandeur of the 1000 Islands from the air.
7. 1000 Islands Kayaking Tours
Check out the 1000 Islands Kayaking tours!
Join one of the 1000 Islands experts through a maze of islands. Discover loons, otters, beavers and aquatic life as you kayak along the St. Lawrence River and adventure through the serene beauty of the 1000 islands.
8. Relax by the River at Mallorytown Landing
Thousand Islands National Park welcomes you to experience the beautiful banks of the St. Lawrence River. Mallorytown Landing boasts a new barbeque facilities and a beautiful gazebo, interactive indoor and outdoor exhibits, live animals that kids of all ages can touch and hold, nature programs, and a playground.
The Mallorytown Landing Day Use Area is a perfect meeting point for families, friends and loved ones. Picnic facilities can be reserved free of charge.
9. Thousand Islands Boat Museum
Gananoque’s waterfront is where history can be sensed, constructed and experienced. Come discover the boat building shop, children’s activity centre and exhibit galleries, and new docks and watercraft.
Attend the museum’s Boat Show and Parade, as they exhibit antique and classic boats and wrap up the day with children’s crafts, tasty food and much more!
10. Explore the Landon Bay Centre
Explore over 225 acres of lush greenery at the Landon Bay Centre, an ecological reserve nestled within the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve.
Hike along trails that vary from easy to moderate and stop and gaze at the beautiful scenery of the 1000 Islands.