Thousand Islands waterfront about four miles away. About nine miles from Route 81 Bridge over Saint Lawrence Seaway. Very secluded from neighboring houses or other campers.
No trash pickup aka bring in and take out.
No driving on lawns.
Up to two tents is allowed.
Access site by backing in unless rig is very small.
Off street parking available.
Thousand Islands boat tours.
Numerous NY State parks.
Indian Lakes offer fishing and boating.
Boldt Castle on Hart Island.
Wooden Boat Museum in nearby Clayton.
Thousand Islands Welcome Center, newly upgraded.
Local wineries and distilleries.
Putt putt golf.
Go cart track.
Lafargeville Speedway dirt track.
The hosts were very accommodating! The location was close access to beautiful Alexandria Bay. Very quiet and secluded. Beautiful country and would stay there again if in the area.
What a wonderfully quiet and peaceful spot to recharge our batteries. Thank you for hosting.
This is a great spot. Great hosts and willing to advise on some of the local spots. Very helpful. We will come here again. I don’t think we could get any closer to A Bay either.
Quiet. Peaceful. Charming. This little stay felt far and away, yet so conveniently located within a few minutes of our favorite getaway spot. Our hosts were very generous, accommodating and made us feel right at home. Much thanks to them and best wishes for a successful Boondockers Welcome experience.
The host got us set up on one leg of a loop driveway in their front yard on a country road. It was quiet but close (driving distance) to Alexandria Bay. Beautiful area with lots of State Parks. We really enjoyed the Antique Boat Museum in Clayton. We highly recommend the area and our host.
Hosts were friendly and really helpful! They gave many suggestions for things to do and places to buy things around the area.
There were hiking trails right by their property and we heard horse and buggies ride down their street. We got to go to a nearby drive-in theater and see a first run movie during our visit! We really enjoyed our stay.