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Welcome to one of North America’s greatest fishing destinations.

69 lbs

the weight of a Muskellunge caught in the St.Lawrence that set a world record


the number of fish species in the St. Lawrence River

30+ lbs

the total weight of some of the muskies and carp caught in the St. Lawrence River


You’ll catch everything from trophy-sized trout, walleye, large and smallmouth bass, northern pike, bull-head, channel cats and the mighty muskellunge (a.k.a. – the mighty Muskie).

Marinas in the 1000 Islands

Find deep water docks and mechanics who are regularly on-site.

They offer a wide variety of services from transient docking with power, pump out services, a small convenience store with essentials, gas and oil services and much more!

(613) 659-3471
31 Front Street
Rockport, ON

A full-service marina located just outside of the town of Gananoque. 

Their fuel dock offers premium fuel, both gas and diesel, and has on-site mechanics available. 

Their docks can accommodate vessels ranging from 5 feet to 50 feet and have both unserviced and serviced slips available (with either 15 amp hydro or 30 amp hydro).

(613) 382-0016
35 Clark Drive
Gananoque, ON

The opportunity to dock your boat and gain access to the heart of downtown Gananoque.

It is the perfect jumping point to dock your boat, spend the night in town and enjoy the restaurant offerings, attractions and retailers that call Gananoque home

(613) 382-4088
21 Bay Road
Gananoque, ON

It offers summer dockage for boats in the 1000 Islands area, as well as other services such as maintenance, repairs and launching.

(613) 659-3485
110 Escott Rockport Road
Rockport, ON

The facility has 189 seasonal rental slips available for vessels up to 60′, as well as gas & diesel pumps, pump out services and offers storage for your boat over the winter months.

(613) 659-3408
53 Front Street
Rockport, ON

Luxury, seasonal docking for your boat. Their facility has a 50 ton marine travel lift, two protected harbours, a natural sand beach and a beautiful waterfront restaurant.

(613) 658-2380
61 Shipman’s Point Lane
Lansdowne, ON

The marina is able to accommodate powerboats up to 38′ and is just a short drive from the town of Gananoque.

(613) 659-2927
29 Ivy Lea Road
Lansdowne, ON

A full-service facility offering transient and seasonal docking for vessels up to 56′ in their sheltered, scenic marina.

(613) 659-3185
505 Thousand Islands Pkwy
Lansdowne, ON

Boat Rentals

Rent a pontoon or fishing boat and get out on the water.

(613) 659-3185
505 Thousand Islands Pkwy
Lansdowne, ON

Basic shuttle includes the shuttle of your choice between Ivy Lea and Gananoque, hourly time slots, experienced boat operators, PFD, capacity for large amounts of gear.

(613) 463-9564
110 Kate Street
Gananoque, ON

A variety of rentals available to get you out on the water while you’re visiting. Rentals they have available include sea-doos, pontoon and fishing boats.

(613) 382-2628
49 River Road
Lansdowne, ON

Fishing Charters

All equipment is provided. Your captain, Chris, has more than 40 years of experience, so you know you’re in good hands.

(613) 382-4289
4607 County Road 2
Gananoque, ON

Your experienced guide will help you through the waters of the St. Lawrence River. With knowledge on the best fishing spots in the area, you’ll want to have your rod ready. 

(613) 382-3820
305 Clark Drive
Gananoque, ON

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“This area is one of the signature tourism spots in Eastern Ontario and in Canada. The natural beauty is astounding with rock outcrops and the beauty of the thousands of islands.”

“This is the most beautiful place on earth. This is where heaven meets earth. You can visit is a hundred different ways and enjoy it just the same. Come by water, air or land. Enjoy a day paddling, swimming or fishing.”


“We didn’t really know what to expect, but our family was enchanted by the town, the scenery, and the region. We had planned a quick overnight stay, but ended up staying two nights and could have stayed longer.”


“What a beautiful part of Ontario. We drove along the Ivy Lea Parkway, stopped and had a picnic lunch, took a boat cruise out of Gananoque, and strolled along the waterfront in Gananoque.”


« Cette région a quelque chose pour tout le monde. Il y a d’excellentes possibilités de baignade et de navigation de plaisance, de bonnes randonnées pédestres et des pistes cyclables, des routes panoramiques à proximité et des tonnes de beaux endroits où passer du temps sur l’eau. »

“This area has something for everyone. Excellent swimming and boating, good hiking and cycling trails, scenic drives are nearby and tons of beautiful places to spend time on the water.”

Michael A.

“I could go back over and over again and still be amazed by this beautiful scenery. Not only can you go there to relax but there is so much to do such as kayaking, biking, walking, discovering, etc. It is a must!”


“There is no place like the 1000 Islands.We travel a lot and we are always trying to find a better place for the view but we have never been able to find it.”


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