Thousand Island Park is sited on the southern end of Wellesley island in the Thousand Islands region of Northern New York State. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1982, this summer resort/community of over 325 late 19th and early 20th century summer cottages is a step back in time with its beautiful location on the shores of the St. Lawrence River. TI Park offers an outstanding location for a memorable summer vacation.
Enjoy ice cream, an after dinner tradition for generations, at the Guzzle newly architect designed ( by one of our own ) building in the center of the village at the 4 corners.
Cross the street to enjoy a gourmet dinner at the Wellesley Hotel. The Wellesley, built in 1903, as an annex to The Columbian Hotel which burned to the ground in 1912 is the only surviving hotel on an island in the entire region.
Stroll and hike on our nature trail, “Rock Ridges” that borders the Wellesley Island Nature Center and on your way to the trail walk past the Vivekananda cottage, a sacred hindu site.
TI Park Pavillion
Rent a kayak or bicycle from Holly at the dock where you can sit and munch a scone, read a paper or just gaze at the river. Take a yoga class in the pavilion room.