: Syracuse Hancock International Airport (SYR)
: St Lawrence Golf Course, 4955 State Highway 37
The Thousand Islands is an archipelago of islands that straddle the Canada-U.S. border in the Saint Lawrence River. Large freighters frequently ply the St. Lawrence Seaway and the water is so clear in some areas, that a rocky bottom can be observed in 80 feet of water. The area features several shipwrecks and is a great place for diving.
One of the most popular attractions in the region is the scenic cruise. The region’s many boat lines offer a variety of cruises, typically ranging from one hour to three hours in length. Looking for a different perspective? Step aboard a colorful hot air balloon or a classic DeHavilland Beaver floatplane for a birds-eye view.
There are few places where you can catch as many trophy-sized fish of so many species. The St. Lawrence River is known for its bountiful catches of muskie, northern pike, bass, and its famous Lancaster Perch.
With more than 30 public courses, the Thousand Islands offers golfers a wonderful variety of experiences.