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1000 Islands Mallorytown KOA is central to Boldt Castle cruises, Upper Canada Village, Fort Henry and the 1000 Islands Charity Casino.Campground Facility Rating


1000 Islands Mallorytown KOA,
1477 County Rd. 2, PO Box 29,
Mallorytown, Ontario K0E 1R0
(613) 923-5339

1000 Islands Mallorytown
GPS Coordinates
44.474859,-75.882397

CAMPGROUND SERVICES
Administration:
Open: Apr 1 - Oct 31
Total Camp Sites: 160
Seasonal Sites: 10
Overnight Sites: 150
Electrical|Water|Sewage: 35
Electrical|Water: 105
No Services: 20
Reservations
Handicap Facilities
Controlled Access
Credit|Debit Cards
Pull Thru Sites
Tenting Area
Motorcycles
Pets On Leash

Fees: (*)
Min.|Max. Daily:
$30.00|$65.00

Camping Activities:
Children's Events
Planned Events
Dances
Movies
Outdoor Activities:
Cycling
Golf
Sports:
Basketball
Volley Ball
Badminton
Horseshoes

Rental Services:
Cottages|Cabins
Trailers

Swimming:
Outdoor Pool

Miscellaneous Services:
Flush Toilets
Showers
Laundromat
Drinking Water
Ice
WIFI
Email|Internet
Pay Phone
Playground
Propane Filling Station

Offsite Services:
Walk
Restaurant|Snack Bar
Store
Dances
Drive
Natural Swimming
Boat Launch
Fishing
Boat|Motor Rentals

Other Attractions:
Boldt Castle cruises
Upper Canada Village
Fort Henry
Arlor Haven Campground



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Tourist Attractions Near Mallorytown:

Thousand Islands Playhouse


1000 Islands Charity Casino

Landon Bay Centre

1000 Islands SkyDeck


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Food For Thought:
The Thousand Islands actually number 1865 in a 50 mile span between Kingston and Brockville. Some of the islands are not much more than rocky shoals, while others like Wolfe Island (27 miles long X 9 miles wide) and Howe Island (9 miles long bX 3 miles wide) are very large.

Wolfe and Howe islands have year round residents and are serviced by ferry boats from the mainland. Even some of the smaller islands have year round residents who gain access to their islands in winter by snowmobile and air boats.

The islands were formed at the end of the last ice age although the three previous ice ages also contributed to the formation of the islands. They actually form a bridge between the Canadian Shield to the north and the Adirondack mountains to the south in New York State.

The Canadian and American governments have designated some of the islands as national parks. Today, they are very popular destinations for both boaters and campers. Beau Rivage and Burnt Islands, in the Admiralty Group of islands just west of Gananoque and Gordon and Mulcaster Islands, in the Lake Fleet Group, east of Gananoque, are typical of these parks.