All islands with docks have outhouses, water pumps, picnic tables, and shelters. This is changing as the park is moving to restore the ecology of the area by gradually removing docks, camp sites, shelters, and garbage cans. There is camping for groups at central grenadier, but many islands have only 1 tent site with no guarranty of being able to unload at a nearby dock. Islands without camp sites do not allow camping at all. Where areas have become eroded or rare plants have been discovered, docks, campsites, and stoves have been removed and shelters abandoned to the weather. Garbage facilities were removed from many islands in 2002, and visitors must dispose of their garbage elsewhere.
ISLAND CAMPS SHELTERS DOCKS(metres) Adelaide - 1 91m 4 moorings No generators No garbage Aubrey 8 2 214m Beau Rivage 8 2 290m Camelot 6 1 173m 6 moorings Cedar 4 1 102m No generators, No garbage Constance - 1 133m Endymion - 1 205m 7 moorings No generators, No garbage Georgina 2 2 263m Gordon 5 3 295m Grenadier: Center 17 2 273m East - - 27m No generators, No garbage West - 1 133m No garbage North 2 - 71m No generators, No garbage Hill - 1 44m Mall.Landing - 1 83m McDonald 13 1 275m Mermaid - - 86m No generators, No garbage Milton 3 1 110m No generators, No garbage Mulcaster 3 - 142m No generators, No garbage Stovin 2 2 194m No generators, No garbage Thwartway - - none 5 moorings No facilities
Thousand Islands National Park also owns several properties that are not marked on regular park brochures. These island properties have no docks in order to protect the fragile nature of these properties. However, they do belong to the people of Canada so you are entitled to visit. Please tread lightly and leave no litter, have no fires and do not camp there.
Whiskey Is. north east of lower dock on Cedar Island Hay Is. (there are several private cottage lots there) 7 Pines Is. sothwest tip of Thwartway Island Lyndoch north west of Hill Island Squaw Is. north of Grenadier North's dock