In order for travel media and other journalists to write about Gananoque and the 1000 Islands, we can organize media visits, pitch story ideas, assist with fact-checking, coordinate interviews and provide a variety of communication tools.
From boating along the St. Lawrence to walking tours and tree-top ziplining, outdoor adventures await in this gateway to Ontario’s Thousand Islands.
Pirates! In the 1000 Islands
From rum runners and pirates to majestic castles – the 1000 Islands is home to some of the best little known historical characters and stories. So batten down the hatches, you’re in for a pirate tale that’s as impressive as the Islands themselves.
In between the Montreal to Toronto corridor, there’s a small town in Ontario that is starting to make some big waves. That town is Gananoque and Mother Nature has bestowed upon it some of the most beautiful, natural sites in Canada: The 1000 Islands.
One of the Best Live Theatre Experiences in Ontario
Enter stage left: the Thousand Islands Playhouse, Canada’s dockside theatre. Located in the 1000 Islands Gananoque, this theatre brings the scenic region to life with sweeping views on the shores of the St. Lawrence River.
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“Daydreaming is inevitable in the Thousand Islands. It is amid some of the most spectacular scenery in the world – accentuated by rock, lush forests, and cobalt-blue water- that daring tales of pirates and Prohibition-era rum runners and romantic stories of self-made millionaires from the Gilded Age of the late 19th Century naturally come alive to transport you to another world.”
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Media visits, FAM tours, fact-checking, and interview coordination are all available upon request.