Alexandria Bay (commonly shortened to Alex Bay or A Bay) is a village in Jefferson County, New York, United States. Alexandria Bay is located in the Thousand Islands region of northern New York. The population of the village was 1,100 at the 2010 United States Census. The Village of Alexandria Bay is located within the Town of Alexandria. It lies near the border of Canada and the United States.
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This 120-room labor of love was built by a wealthy businessman for his wife.
Interesting architecture and beautiful woodwork, stained glass, and stone work in the interior of this beautiful home. Situated on an island with a lovely boathouse and flowers. You have to take a boat to get to it which is another relaxing event. Good for family with teens and young children as well.
5 based on 143 reviews
This five-acre island located in the Thousand Islands area is home to the Boldt Castle.
Heart Island is beautiful, as is Boldt Castle. The grounds are magnificent and well maintained. The castle has had so much work since our 1st visit 30 years ago. We thoroughly enjoyed our time spent here.
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This area of 1,600-plus islands was discovered by French explorers in the 16th century.
We took two boat tours - one at Kingston, Ontario and one at Alexandra Bay, New York showcasing different parts of the river. Beautiful scenery and interesting information about the islands.
4.5 based on 179 reviews
One of the most breathtakingly beautiful places on earth, the Thousand Islands Region is an international tourism destination located along the eastern shores of Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River. It is home to many quaint villages and sits just along the border between the United States and Canada. This region was named after the 1,793 islands that are nestled within this scenic international waterway. With recent advances in cold hardy grape production, the Thousand Islands is quickly becoming one of New York State’s fastest growing wine regions. The Thousand Islands Winery was the first winery in the region and boasts not only multiple acres of vineyards, but also breathtaking scenery, a fun and unique tasting room atmosphere, and of course award winning wines!
My wife and I went to the Oktoberfest here over the long October weekend.There were many people and benders making for a wonderful afternoon. Plenty of food and fantastic wine slushies. We would recommend a stop here if you are in the area.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
Part of the Boldt Castle estate, this site on Wesley Island houses antique wooden boats.
The yacht house is just a great place to see. Unfortunately the day we visited we were unable to go in due to the flooding in the area. I hope to get back up to see the inside. We drove our boat over to the outside.
4.5 based on 176 reviews
Other than being a series of 4 bridge spans taking one from NY to Canada over Wellesley Island, I'n not sure what the big attraction is. There is a $2.75 one way toll from NY over the first (and tallest) span into the island. The other spans are on the Canadian side which we didn't get to.
The bridge height and narrowness is somewhat impressive, but not more than the Golden Gate or even the bridges in & out of NYC. It was an interesting ride in that we had nothing better to do and were in the area anyway.
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Wellesley Island is home to a state park, a nature center and museum with trails taking you through marshland, forest and shoreline and three golf courses.
Originally a tent city religious campground this 1000 Island Park Association neighborhood is a beautiful Victorian neighborhood filled with lovely homes. The old tabernacle is still in use for shows, lectures, and Sunday services. The original hotel annex is a nice restaurant with shops upstairs. The Guzzle is in the center of the village selling casual food and great ice cream. Upstairs is a teenagers dream game area to play games and hang out if your not down on the old steamboat dock having a swim in the area. Don't miss the museum, boat dock area or the local library on the green.
4.5 based on 66 reviews
we have seen this from our room but never been there. This year we decided to walk over and how beautiful. will be going again next year.
4.5 based on 43 reviews
A Craft Distillery with a beautiful co-located Tasting Room that features In-house distilled spirits as well as craft wines and beers from local brewers and wineries. Local artists are also on display, as well as local farm to market products such as NY State cheeses, jams, honey, maple syrup, etc..
Everything about this place was perfect except no public restroom. The staff was incredibly knowledgeable and friendly. The products were first class. The Apple brandy was as good as it gets and their bourbon were excellent. My wife rally liked her slushy with vodka. We all had a great time.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
If you're a history buff, you will LOVE this little museum. Has the history of the Thousand Islands, boat races, and even shows a video of the old drag races they used to have around town. Volunteers are extremely knowledgeable and answered all our questions. This is a free attraction and if you have children it doesn't hurt to incorporate a little history in their vacation.
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