Postcard of the Week: Million Dollar View White Postcards / July 7, 2016 Our Million dollar view campsite in the heart of the Thousand Islands Region. At $28 US per day, it’s hard to beat. Redwood, New York. Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading...
7 thoughts on “Postcard of the Week: Million Dollar View”
A beautiful picture! I really enjoy your posts. What is the first destination on your RTW trip this September?
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Thank you! Nothing booked yet, but we are thinking of starting in Quito, Ecuador and spending the next 3 months travelling in South America. Until then we are staying close to home, enjoying summer in the Thousand Islands:) -Ginette
It is gorgeous. I’m thinking this is a great place to explore by kayak. –Curt
We agree, the 1000 Islands Region is stunning. We enjoy each outings we get to discover the islands up close, but they have always been by boat. We don’t own kayaks, so we’ve never paddled on the St Lawrence ourselves, but see many who do!
Hi guys! My wife and I are thinking of making a quick trip to the Thousand Islands this summer. Do you recommend any particular campground? Bolt Castle is on our list of things to do. Any help would be appreciated.
We love Kring Point State Park. It’s a smaller park, but most of the sites are on the water, great for swimming and kayaking. Wellesley Island State Park (much bigger park) is also a good choice. While in the region, make sure to visit the Thousand Island Park on the western tip of Wellesley Island. https://whitepostcards.com/2015/06/18/touring-the-thousand-islands-region-a-glimpse-of-victorian-summers-at-the-thousand-island-park
Lastly, although Bolt Castle is accessible from Alexandria Bay, be sure to venture 15 miles southwest to the village of Clayton. Have a fun filled and safe summer. -Ginette
This is great, thank you. We were looking at Kring although no water sites were available when we wanted to go but still a great choice I believe. Hope you are enjoying your travels! Joe