Ivy Lea Campground
Located in the heart of the majestic Thousand Islands and at the foot of the towering Ivy Lea Suspension Bridge this jewel of the St. Lawrence Parks system offers 150 campsites and four cabins set amid the granite and greenery of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve (one of only 15 in Canada). It is a haven for scuba divers, boaters of all types and fans of the gilded era of history that spawned some of the most luxurious cottage estates in Canada and the United States. In fact the home across the bay from the campground was recently listed at $18,000,000. Nearby attractions include Fort Henry, Boldt Castle, several boat tour operators and the picturesque Village of Rockport. Ivy Lea is located on the Thousand Island Parkway which is one of the most beautiful scenic drives in North America. Just 20 kilometers east on the Parkway is Brown’s Bay Beach which offers swimming, picnic, playground and boat launch facilities, and an impressive view of Dark Island’s Singer Castle from its beach.
Dates of Operation
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Riverside-Cedar, Long Sault Parkway and Glengarry Campgrounds will be offering children's morning and afternoon programming sessions.
This programming schedule will run from:
- Thursday, June 21 to Sunday, August 12
- Thursday to Sunday & holiday Mondays
The schedule will then change to:
- Saturday, August 18 to Sunday, August 25
- Saturdays and Sundays only
Please see each location for the scheduled programming activities, which may differ at each campground. Weekly flyers will be made outlining the planned activities for that weekends programming sessions.
For more information on programming at Ivy Lea Campground please contact campground directly.
- NEW! Camper Cabins
- 17 Premium Waterfront Sites, Unserviced
- 74 Regular Sites
- 76 Recreational Vehicle Sites
- 33 Sites with Electrical Hook-ups
- 9 Walk-in Sites
- Comfort Station
- Trailer Dumping Station
- Food Concession
- Boat Launching
- Boat Rental nearby
- Self-Guided Trails
- Recreation and Interpretive Programs
- Approximately 35 minutes from Fort Henry
- Approximately 65 minutes from Upper Canada Village
- Cycling on the Waterfront Trail
- Click here for a summary of the Parks Rules. For a complete description, please refer to St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) Act.
- Lansdowne, Ontario, 1000 Islands Parkway
- Exit 659 on Hwy. 401