⚠️ Planning a visit to Brown's Bay Beach and Picnic Area? Please note that due to high water levels, certain areas of the 1000 Islands are flooded and not accessible.
🚤 The boat ramps and docks are closed and off limits due to flooding until further instructions.
🏖️ The beach area is significantly reduced as a result of the high water levels.
🌲 We remind visitors to stay back from the shoreline as it is unstable with wet grounds and unsafe, due to potential debris.
☀️ Happy #FirstDayofSummer! How will you be spending the weekend? Whether it's paddling along the St. Lawrence, camping, fishing or cycling, enjoy the summer sunshine! 🛶⛺
Also! It's a long weekend for our friends in Québec, so let's wish them a happy #StJeanBaptiste! 💙💙
Reel in the weekend with a #LearntoFish session with the kiddos! Come join us at Glengarry Campground and see what you can catch! Bonus: we'll supply the rods, reels, bait and life jackets. New anglers of all ages will learn about this wonderful sport during a two-hour, hands on fishing experience. 🎣 FREE for registered campers.
🐟 Friday: 2-4 PM and 6-8 PM
🐟 Saturday: 9-11 AM and 1-3 PM
🐟 Sunday: 9-11 AM and 1-3 PM
🐟 Monday: 9-11 AM
🎣 Call 613-537-2708 to reserve your spots
📍 Located at Glengarry Campground
Enjoy nature's sights and sounds from your doorstep during your stay at one of our three camper cabins at Glengarry Campground. 🏕️
Less than an hour west of Montreal, it is located on the tranquil shores of Lake St. Francis on the St. Lawrence. Across the river you can see the majestic spires of Saint- Anicet and in the distance the imposing Adirondack Mountains.
For more details ➡️ http://www.stlawrenceparks.com/camping/campgrounds/glengarry-campground/
📍: Glengarry Campground
⚠️ Planning a visit Ivy Lea Campground? Please note that due to high water levels, certain areas of the 1000 Islands are flooded and not accessible.
🚤 The boat ramps and docks are closed and off limits due to flooding.
🏖️ The beach areas are significantly reduced as a result of the high water levels.
🏕️ There are a few waterfront campsites in Ivy Lea campground that are almost under water with water levels 2.5 feet higher than normal. Reservation holders will be contacted to make alternate arrangements.
🌲 We remind visitors to stay back from the shoreline as it is unstable and unsafe, due to potential debris.