Lake Fleet Islands
The Lake Fleet Islands stretch from the international boundary and the northern shore of Grindstone Island (USA) in a long narrow arc, northeasternly to Stave Island. The Lake Fleet arm reaches nearly 5 km, offering leeside shelter for paddling the route from either direction.
The rugged islands of wind-swept white pine and rich hemlock gullies are reminiscent of our northern forests. Island names like Dumbfounder, Bloodletter, Axeman and Deathdealer evoke strong images of the history of the place, forcing one to wrestle the imagination to stay in the present day.
The national park islands, Camelot and Endymion are premiere destinations for paddlers looking to explore the most secluded spots in the 1000 Islands. Departure:To reach Camelot from Gananoque is a 5 km paddle across an exposed stretch of the river.
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