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Celebrations in the Fall

Celebrations in the Fall

Fall is in the air and the Thousand Islands are celebrating! There is so much to do as the weather turns colder and the leaves change colour. If you missed Gananoque’s Pump-Gan-Fest and the Thousand Islands Plein Air Festival, you’ve only missed the beginning of the season.

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The Colours of Fall

The Colours of Fall

Fall in Ontario is one of the best seasons for being outdoors. The leaves are beginning to change colours and the heat of the summer has become pleasantly cool, making it easy to stay outside all day long. Boating season isn’t over quite yet, and it’s perfect

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The Thousand Islands Playhouse

The Thousand Islands Playhouse

Have you met Stone & South’s next door neighbour? The Thousand Islands Playhouse is only steps from Stone & South’s front doors, and this wonderful playhouse offers some of the best theatre performances in Ontario. Founded in 1982, the playhouse has two venues, the Springer Theatre and

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Frontenac Arch Biosphere

Frontenac Arch Biosphere

Spanning from Brockville to Gananoque, the Frontenac Arch Biosphere is a 2,700km reserve, designated by UNESCO. As a volunteer and local community preservation project, it aims to protect a very important cultural and biodiverse section of woodlands right at the edge of the Thousand Islands. The Frontenac

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Boating on the St. Lawrence River

Boating on the St. Lawrence River

There isn’t a better way to spend a warm summer day than boating along the St. Lawrence River. Whether you like power boats or canoes, sightseeing or swimming, there’s always something to do in the Thousand Islands. Fuel up or take a break at one of the

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Our Gananoque Explorations

Our Gananoque Explorations

At Stone & South, we’ve begun to explore our neighbourhood. Gananoque is such a beautiful town with so many unique businesses that there’s no end to the adventures. We stopped by Centennial Park to see the fountain and the sculptures. Then we had a splash at Joel

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Adventure Along the St. Lawrence

Adventure Along the St. Lawrence

The St. Lawrence River is bursting with things to do in the summer — and all year round. If you want to take advantage of the warm weather and have an adventure, all you need to do is hop in your boat or plan a road trip.

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Highway Two

Highway Two

The King’s Highway Two, or simply Highway Two as it is colloquially called, is a highway that used to be part of a network of roads that once joined Windsor, Ontario to Halifax, Nova Scotia. It was the first roadway maintained by the Ontario Ministry of Transportation

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Hidden Treasures of the St. Lawrence

Hidden Treasures of the St. Lawrence

There are plenty of historic treasures to be found on the St. Lawrence! If you’re looking for an adventure or just to explore, you can satisfy your inner trailblazer on the river. See if you can spot this statue of St. Lawrence, the river’s namesake. Travel through

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Gananoque — Gateway to the Thousand Islands

Gananoque — Gateway to the Thousand Islands

Also referred to as “The Gateway to the Thousand Islands”, Gananoque sits at the edge of a major Canadian waterway, the St. Lawrence River, which contains 1,864 islands known together as the Thousand Islands. From Stone & South’s private marina or the Gananoque Municipal Marina around the

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