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Gananoque: 1000 Islands Water World

Written by on September 1, 2017 in Island Life Magazine, The Thousand Islands
Gananoque: 1000 Islands Water World

    Gananoque bills itself as the ‘Gateway to the 1000 Islands’ and it doesn’t take long once you visit to understand why. The town’s name is an aboriginal term which means “town on two rivers.” It is home to both the Gananoque River and the mighty St. Lawrence River, where the picturesque 1000 Islands […]

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Dark Island’s Singer Castle

Written by on August 12, 2017 in Island Life Magazine, The Thousand Islands
Dark Island’s Singer Castle

The 1000 Islands is known for its cottages and castles. Dark Island on Singer Island was built by Frederick Bourne, a president for the Singer Sewing Machine Company in New York City, over a century ago.

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Classic Clayton New York

Written by on August 3, 2017 in Island Life Magazine, One in The Thousand
Classic Clayton New York

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

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Perch Island

Written by on July 26, 2017 in Island Life Magazine, The Thousand Islands
Perch Island

Welcome to one of the most unusual addresses in the 1000 Islands. Buoy 106 also known as Perch Island.

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1000 Islands Boating

Written by on July 18, 2017 in Boating, The Thousand Islands
1000 Islands Boating

The 1000 Islands is a boater’s paradise. Come explore this amazing archipelago and the boats that inhabit this water world.

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Boathouses of the 1000 Islands

Written by on July 17, 2017 in Boating, The Thousand Islands
Boathouses of the 1000 Islands

  The 1000 Islands is internationally-renowned for its castles and cottages but one cannot overlook another architectural gem: The beloved boathouse. Some are over a century old built as lavish retreats on their own, with bedrooms, dining rooms, fireplaces and even ballrooms. Grand boathouses dotted the River during its Golden Age when wealthy business barons […]

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Written by on June 14, 2017 in Island Life Magazine

Island Dog

Written by on June 9, 2017 in Island Life Magazine
Island Dog

Meet Stella. One dog. So many islands…

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More than A Thousand

Written by on June 3, 2017 in The Thousand Islands
More than A Thousand

  It takes more than 1000 Islands to make the 1000 Islands along this mighty stretch of the St. Lawrence River that flows through Ontario and New York. In fact, there are 1,864 islands between Wolfe Island (the largest) and Cape Vincent to Brockville and Morristown. Tom Thumb Island near Ivy Lea is considered the […]

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Come Fly With Me

Written by on May 17, 2017 in One in The Thousand
Come Fly With Me

One of the most amazing ways to see the world famous 1000 Islands is by sky. Take a virtual ride over the River with Island Life Magazine 2017.

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