01 Mar

Parks of the St. Lawrence Campgrounds Reservations Open March 7

Camping reservations can be booked online from 9 a.m. Morrisburg, ON – Parks of the St. Lawrence is pleased to announce the 2024 camping reservations, for all campgrounds, will open on Thursday, March 7, 2024. Starting at 9 a.m. guests will be able to book sites online for stays any time through the 2024 season. Parks of the St. Lawrence offers campers various types of campsites to accommodate their needs, including: Basic Waterfront Premium waterfront Electricity (15, 30, and 50 amps) Two-service (water and electricity) Three-service (water, electricity, and sewer)…

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01 Sep

Changing Seasons, Unchanging Fun

St. Lawrence Parks Commission’s Autumn Attractions Await Eastern Ontario — It may seem like summer is over, but that doesn’t have to mean the end of cultural and recreational experiences or family fun in Eastern Ontario. St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) properties remain open after Labour Day with modified hours and programming: Upper Canada Village Open for regular programming Wednesday-Sunday, September 6-10 and September 13 to 17 from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Walking tours daily September 11, 12, 18-28 on the hour between 10:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. 1860s…

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26 Jun

Daycation Delights Now Open Daily!

Every day an opportunity to discover nature’s paradise along the St. Lawrence River With true summer now upon us, Parks of the St. Lawrence is pleased to remind the community that beginning June 24, most Day Use & Picnic Areas are now open seven days a week, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until Labour Day. Whether you’re looking for a day of adventure or a relaxing picnic by the water, these parks offer the perfect escape. A season pass offers unlimited access to all six Parks of the St. Lawrence…

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22 Jun

School’s Out!

Summer fun for kids in full swing in Eastern Ontario, the ultimate summer playground School’s out for summer, and parents looking for ways to keep their kids entertained and educated need look no further than the St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) sites, offering the perfect solution to those long summer days. At Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg, from July 1 until August 27, the Family Activity Centre provides daily interactive experiences for kids of all ages. There’s something for everyone, from carding wool and writing with quill pens to historically…

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19 May

It’s Opening Weekend!

Now Open for the Season: Campgrounds, Beaches, Historic Sites, Golf and Marina As of this weekend, St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) is welcoming guests back to all its properties. With campgrounds, beaches, marina and historic sites opening and Upper Canada Golf Course now operational, it promises to be a busy long weekend, followed by another summer of historical, recreational and memorable experiences for people of all ages. For those looking to get out and get a taste of summer: Campgrounds and Beaches Campgrounds open Friday, May 19 and reservations for…

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06 Mar

Thousands Set To Enjoy Camping in Eastern Ontario This Summer

Parks of the St. Lawrence Camping Reservations Launch with More Than 6,000 Bookings Morrisburg, Ontario — It may be cold and snowy outside, but thousands of people are now holding on to a little promise of summer – their summer camping reservation at Parks of the St. Lawrence campgrounds in Eastern Ontario. The Parks of the St. Lawrence online reservations website opened for reservations at 9 a.m. on February 23 for the 2023 season. Campers were able to book for any time of the season at nine Parks of the…

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22 Feb

One More Sleep Till Parks of the St. Lawrence Campgrounds Reservations Open

Camping reservations can be booked online from 9 a.m. Thursday, February 23 Starting at 9 a.m. tomorrow, Thursday, February 23, 2023, guests will be able to book sites online for stays at all Parks of the St. Lawrence campgrounds any time through the 2023 season. The online booking process is fast, easy and the best way to secure a site this season. The payment processing capacity of the Parks of the St. Lawrence online reservation system has been dramatically increased this year addressing transaction timeouts experienced on reservation launch day…

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10 Feb
Roof before enclosure at Brown's Bay Beach during revitalization project.

Construction at Brown’s Bay Continues Despite the Winter Weather

Focus Shifts to Indoor Work to Maintain Progress Residents along the Thousand Islands Parkway who have been watching construction progress at Brown’s Bay Beach and Picnic Area may soon notice that work is heading indoors as winter draws on. Next week, the structure-in-progress will be enclosed to keep construction work on the site moving forward, regardless of weather. As part of the multi-year revitalization project, Brown’s Bay will get a new bayfront building with accessible, gender-neutral washrooms and changerooms and food service. The new building will elevate the guest experience…

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26 Apr

Construction Progress Update on Revitalization at Brown’s Bay Beach

St. Lawrence Parks Commission’s Strategic Infrastructure Revitalization Plan in Full Swing at Its Oldest Park in Mallorytown, Ontario (L-R) Front of Yonge Township Mayor Roger Haley and Leeds-Grenville-Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes MPP Steve Clark meet with St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) Chair, Hon. Bob Runciman; SLPC CEO & General Manager, Hollee Kew; and local contractors at Brown’s Bay Beach to celebrate the progress of construction on the park’s multi-year revitalization project. Mallorytown, ON — Spring has come to St. Lawrence Parks Commission’s (SLPC) oldest park, Brown’s Bay Beach and…

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08 Nov
Green space with grass and trees overlooking body of water in the distance

Restoring Brown’s Bay Beach

Infrastructure Investments Will Optimize Guest Safety, Accessibility and Experience at Treasured Spot Along the Thousand Islands MORRISBURG, ONTARIO — St. Lawrence Parks Commission (SLPC) is pleased to announce that it is launching a multi-year project to restore its Brown’s Bay Beach site along the Thousand Islands Parkway in Mallorytown, Ontario. Work is currently underway preparing the site for key infrastructure upgrades such as new washrooms within a new canteen building, major reconstruction of a portion of the seawall that will also create an elevated beach, and a new and improved…

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