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Description of the Area

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Gananoque people riding on a trail with gananoque sign aboveIn the heart of the 1000 Islands, Gananoque is recognized as one of Eastern Ontario's most stunning waterfront communities. This rural region cov­ers a variety of unique attractions, including a scenic cycling path along Thousand Island Parkway, a captivating waterfront trail, beautiful beaches, a Heritage Museum, an OLG Casino, outstanding performances at the Thousand Islands Playhouse and one of the most prominent golf courses in Ontario, Smuggler’s Glen.

  • Asphalt surface, usually on residential roads
  • Short stretch follows King Street -a busy downtown road with parking on both sides
  • Joel Stone Park is the heart of the Town's waterfront and the gateway for Thousand Islands cruise operators
  • Connection from Trail to St. Lawrence Bikeway requires crossing the St. Lawrence Parkway, a very busy road with traffic travelling 80 kph. Extreme caution required

Gananoque is part of the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve: 

Website – www.gananoque.ca and www.travel1000islands.ca   


Local Map

Main Access Points (with parking) 

  • Joel Stone Park - end of Water St.

Resources, Local Maps and Connecting Trails

A map of Gananoque can be found on the Town’s website here:

Trail Connections

Town of Gananoque has a list of trails on their town website found here:

Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve showcase a number of paddling and cycling experiences:

Tourism Information

How to Get there and Public Transit Information

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VIA Rail - National Passenger Rail service.
Bike racks are available on all trains equipped with baggage cars. www.viarail.ca