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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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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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Bridging Two Nations in the 1000 Islands

Written by on November 26, 2015 in One in The Thousand
Bridging Two Nations in the 1000 Islands

The Thousand Islands International Bridge connecting Ontario and New York marks an historic bridging of two nations over one River: The St. Lawrence.

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Island Life Magazine

Written by on October 26, 2015 in One in The Thousand
Island Life Magazine

Life is Good. Island Life is better. The 2016 cover of Island Life Magazine features Tar Baby and Tar Islands in near Rockport. Island Life Magazine is the largest glossy magazine about the 1000 Islands in the 1000 Islands.

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A Bird’s Eye View of the 1000 Islands

Written by on May 21, 2015 in One in The Thousand
A Bird’s Eye View of the 1000 Islands

There’s a new way to explore the 1000 Islands: By sky. 1000 Islands Helicopter Tours offers sightseeing flights above the St. Lawrence River to experience this amazing archipelago. Located in Gananoque, “the Gateway to the 1000 Islands,” 1000 Islands Helicopter Tours is literally taking tourism in the region to new heights. Within seconds of taking […]

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Heron Cay Island

Written by on April 17, 2014 in One in The Thousand
Heron Cay Island

Sailors Raymond and Sheila Buhr found themselves on an unchartered voyage four decades ago when they discovered this Thousand Islands hideaway known as Heron Cay.

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Tall Ships

Written by on May 10, 2013 in Boating, One in The Thousand
Tall Ships

 It may not look like the set of the Pirates of the Caribbean, but the 1000 Islands has attracted tall ships from around the world to the majestic St. Lawrence River. Some even claim the 1000 Islands as a home port.  Tall ships and their crews have set sail in this region  from Nova Scotia, […]

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