Lodging accommodations in the region are almost as diverse as the islands themselves. You can rent private island homes, stay in waterfront inns and beds-and-breakfast or opt for full-service hotels – and that says nothing about the thousands of campsites scattered throughout more than a dozen communities.
Picking a place to stay in the 1000 Islands is a truly individual choice. You’ll find locally owned and operated hotels and motels within walking distance of active downtown commercial districts full of specialty shops and dining. Cottages and longer-term rentals tend to be scattered on the outer community limits to give a sense of privacy. B&Bs are often converted from historically significant buildings.
If you prefer the comfort to recognizable chain hotels, you’ll find them most along highway feeder routes for easy and affordable access.
Campers benefit from a mix of public and private campgrounds, many of which are right on the water with island views.
Whether your visit is about pampering comfort for roughing it and getting away from it all, the 1000 Islands has a place for you to stay.⇧