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Surveyor Island: 1000 Islands Cottage and Family Tradition

| November 1, 2018

Surveyor Island: 1000 Islands Cottage and Family Tradition

This Canadian island near the Thousand Islands International Bridge has been owned by the same family for nearly a century.

Carleton Island’s Spooky Villa and Haunting History

| October 30, 2018

Carleton Island’s Spooky Villa and Haunting History

In the market for a haunted house on an island? Or at least a good story about one? Then look

Heron Cay Island

| October 15, 2018

Heron Cay Island

Sailors Raymond and Sheila Buhr found themselves on an unchartered voyage four decades ago when they discovered this 1000 Islands

Treasuring Tremont Island

| October 3, 2018

Treasuring Tremont Island

Tremont Island is a charming cottage colony off the shores of Gananoque known for one of its most famous former

The Voyage Continues: Island Life Magazine 2018

| November 10, 2017

The Voyage Continues: Island Life Magazine 2018

  Island Life Magazine is the premier glossy magazine about the Thousand Islands in the Thousand Islands distributed in Ontario

Irving Berlin’s ‘Always’ Cottage

| November 8, 2017

Irving Berlin’s ‘Always’ Cottage

I’ll be loving you always. With a love that’s true always. These lyrics penned by the famous American composer Irving

Royal Island

| November 6, 2017

Royal Island

  It was the year Ford Motor Company sold its first car, the year the Wright brothers had their first

The Brock Isles

| November 1, 2017

The Brock Isles

Brockville calls itself “The City of the 1000 Islands” for a reason: It owns a number of them in its

Gananoque: 1000 Islands Water World

| September 1, 2017

Gananoque: 1000 Islands Water World

    Gananoque bills itself as the ‘Gateway to the 1000 Islands’ and it doesn’t take long once you visit

Classic Clayton New York

| August 3, 2017

Classic Clayton New York

Welcome to Clayton. Nothing defines this coastal New York village better than classic wooden boats and the River that hugs

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