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1000 Islands and the St. Lawrence Seaway (Campgrounds and Resorts)
Here Ontario and the United States meet… their cultures blending in the waters of the mighty St. Lawrence and Great Lake Ontario. The native peoples called this region the “Garden of the Great Spirit.” Today, many people still remark that this gorgeous garden of woods and waters that is the 1000 Islands is truly one of the most beautiful places on the planet. Others will tell you its friendly atmosphere, fresh outdoors and laid-back pace makes the 1000 Islands a place that inspires the spirit and renews the soul. Take some time to browse through our web site and absorb a small bit of the spirit of the Islands. You’ll discover that the amazing inventory of things to do and see in the 1000 Islands can make for a very special vacation. When you’re ready to start planning your visit, you’ll find great information on the region’s attractions, accommodations and communities. http://www.visit1000islands.com/listings-09.asp?category=campgrounds&cid=4
Allegany State Park (Campgrounds and Resorts)
The Red House Area is known for the historic tudor-style Administration Building and everything centrally located around the Red House Lake. It offers 5 miles of paved bike paths, boat and bike rentals, a sandy beach for swimming, fishing and snowmobiling. Feel free to exercise by walking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, playing softball tennis, horse shoes or even a game of volleyball. The Administration Building features a natural history museum, regional headquarters and a gift shop. Thunder Rocks is an impressive bedrock city that allows for the nature lover to see the hidden beauty that this park is known for. The Stone Tower structure shows vistas of the rolling hills of mature forests. The many beaver ponds are a good place to observe the diversity of wildlife located in the park.
Darien Lake Theme Park and Resort Camp Site (Campgrounds and Resorts)
Campgrounds - Season rates vary $110-$191 pending room/unit type, day of week; lower rates available Value and Fall Seasons; additional rates per person The Lodge on the Lake Hotel Rates starting as low as $220 per night*
Hamlin Beach State Park (Campgrounds and Resorts)
Hamlin Beach State Park's clear water, sandy beaches and 264 tent and trailer campsites bring thousands of visitors to the park each year. The Yanty Creek Marsh area at the east end of the park has a mile long self-guided nature trail. In addition, there are 10 miles of hiking and biking trails, as well as snowmobile and cross-country skiing trails. Visitors can launch car-top boats, fish for salmon and trout and enjoy the picnic facilities.