Situated on the shores of the St. Lawrence and Gananoque Rivers, the picturesque Town of Gananoque is rich in cultural and natural attractions. You can enjoy diving, fishing, boating, local hiking trails, touring the 1000 Islands by boat, swimming, local theatre, shopping and a visit to the 1000 Islands Casino.
Most of the trail is asphalt surface, usually on residential roads. Short stretch follows King Street -a busy downtown road with parking on both sides. Joel Stone Park is the heart of the Town's waterfront and the gateway for Thousand Islands cruise operators. Connection from Trail to St. Lawrence Bikeway requires crossing the St. Lawrence Parkway, a very busy road with traffic travelling 80 kph. Extreme caution required. Parking: Joel Stone Park - end of Water St.
Information provided by the Waterfront Trail website.
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