|Space||1,640 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT POINTS!!
1. A boat is required for access to this property. Bring your own or rent one locally. There is no access by automobile.
2. You must be 25 years old to rent this property. Rental period is Sunday to Sunday, mid-May to mid- October. Rental is $2500 USD/week + $1000 USD refundable security deposit.
3. Dogs are allowed but their access must be limited to the screened-in side porch. No access to main house, please!
4. Internet service is unavailable at this time, except via 3G cell phone service.
Lovely, fully-equipped 2 story home; cathedral ceiling; floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the spectacular St. Lawrence River and shipping seaway channel; fully-equipped kitchen; fire place and wood stove (with wood provided); screened porch for covered outdoor dining; spacious exterior deck across entire front of house; outdoor gas grill; on-site well provides delicious water for drinking and bathing; brand-new Tempur-pedic beds in 2014 for all 3 guest rooms (!!); semi-private reading/TV loft accommodates 2 people on convertible sofa (DirecTV and DVD player offer video entertainment); refreshing swimming from protected, well-built wooden 'crib' dock; 2 boat slips accommodate +/- two 25' to 30' boats in 3' to 6' depths (depending on fluctuating seasonal water levels); beautiful, secluded gardens and grounds; use a private sand swimming beach for only an additional $125 USD; many recreational activities available nearby; bring a jet-ski, water skis, wind-surfers, and enjoy all the area has to offer for summer vacation fun!
My adult siblings and parents stayed at this home near Clayton several years ago (2011, if my memory serves me correctly, but VRBO wouldn't allow me to use that date). It's an easy boat ride from Clayton and nearly right across the channel from a boat ramp where my husband and I stored our jet skis' trailer for a small fee.
We have been camping in the Thousand Islands for several decades and wanted to class it up after so long tenting. The view of the channel can't be beat, and there's plenty of dock space for boats, jet skis, etc. and still enough room to swim off the dock.
It was great to be able to warm up by the fire in the evenings. The kitchen was well-stocked with enough pots/utensils for some gourmet cooking each day. The proprietors were wonderful, as well!
The island is nice and quiet. My brother, father, and I went for a swim around the island, which was peaceful.
Probably the BEST part of the house, though, is the fact that it's on an unsung pike fishing spot. We're all fishers, and the dwindling fishing over the past 15 years has gotten us down quite a bit. We searched high and low-- headed up to Boldt Castle, tried Mary's Island, etc.-- and ended up finding that the best place to catch some decent-sized northerns was right out the front of the house, out about 100 yards and drifting down with the current. Excellent!
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
My Standard Rate
Changeover Day: Sunday
7 night minimum stay
|Beach use, optional||$125|
|Refundable damage deposit||$1,000|
A boat is necessary to access this property. If you do not own one that you can use, boat rentals are offered at most of the local marinas
50% of weekly rental due with receipt of Letter of Confirmation, which secures the reservation; remaining 50% of weekly rental plus cleaning fee plus refundable damage deposit plus beach fee (if desired) due not less than 30 days in advance of Guests' arrival
Maple Island is in the heart of the 1000 Islands about 2 miles from the Canadian border. The island is only accessible by boat, so you will want to bring yours, or rent from one of the local marinas in the immediate area.
This property is situated between Clayton and Alexandria Bay, near Thousand Island Park on Wellesley Island. It faces the NY state mainland and St. Lawrence Seaway. Wonderful views, sunrises and moonrises.