Join us for exhilarating outdoor fun in the 1000 Islands. Located in the great Canadian Shield of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve, a guided ATV tour will offer views of nature’s wonderland at its finest. The tour is not a race, but a leisurely drive through woods, plains, and rock formations, along creeks and with wildlife sightings. You will love driving through a maple sugar bush and coniferous forest, and if you like, there is even a chance to get down and dirty driving in the mud!
The trails are open year round, thus conditions can vary from normal to muddy, to driving in the snow. No experience required.
The picturesque 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. Enjoy snowmobiling on some or the entire 37- kilometre winter pathway that skirts the shoreline’s coves and bays on the waterfront. The 1000 Islands Parkway runs between Gananoque and Brockville and also forms a section of Ontario’s Waterfront Trail that will take you through small port hamlets like Ivy Lea and Rockport.
View the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs trail guide here.