5 based on 312 reviews
This museum houses an impressive collection of wooden sea vessels.
If you admire wooden boats, this is the largest collection of wooden boats, of every description I have ever seen in one location. Unbelievably beautiful old wooden boats, from canoes, skiffs, speed boats, sail boats, ice boats, and of course the beautiful La Duchesse built for George Boldt. They also have a nice collection of antique outboard motors on display.
The museum itself sits on 4.5 acres of beautiful waterfront property facing the St. Lawrence rive. They have different boat rides at specific times and dates, available to the public.
This is a fantastic boat museum and would be worth a trip to the area for no other reason than to tour the museum.
4.5 based on 170 reviews
If you are looking for an over-the-top customer experience, filled with Award-Winning Wines, friendly staff, and a howlin’ good time, Coyote Moon Vineyards—one of New York State’s Most Award-Winning Wineries—is a must-visit destination.
Friendly and knowledgeable staff. I tried the semi sweet and sweet wines, because that is what I like. Very good and really unique labeling make bottles great for gifts! Loved the shop and the atmosphere!We are pleased to hear you found wines you enjoyed, and Mary Randazzo takes great pride in her artwork on the labels! We agree they do make great gifts with the beauty of the artwork and the tasty wine inside. Cheers -Cara
4.5 based on 71 reviews
Located on an island you can only visit this lighthouse park by boat (private boat or Clayton Island Tour Boats). Well maintained docks, grounds, picnic tables, museum & lighthouse. The view from the top of the 30 foot lighthouse is well worth the climb. A fun place to make happy memories.
5 based on 39 reviews
We had a blast at the Clayton Distillery. The adult beverages were absolutely great. I enjoyed the bourbon but really liked the cherry moonshine. My wife liked the slushy with rhubarb flavored alcohol added. Prices for bottle were very reasonable for the quality. Nice gift shop and tasting room. Plenty of free parking made it even more fun.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
We were here to find family history and boy do they have it! In a matter of minutes we found information that gave us names, dates and addresses we did not know. The binders and folders they have is amazing and we are so grateful to have access to it. The actual museum had several objects and displays that were very informative for the area. Thank you to the lady that works there.
4.5 based on 37 reviews
We have been frequent camper for over 30 years and this was probably one of the worst camping trips ever. The site was very small and and no water or electric which we are fine with. We camped in a 34 ft trailer and rented a second adjoining site for a tent. After set up we went for a walk and returned to find our tent site was filled with cars from nearby campers who could find no other place to park. They parked right atop of our tent stakes . We had to ask them to move so we could set up our chairs around our fire pit. As the night went on the campers on one side of us got into a fist fight, on the other side of us was very foul language and conversation so loud and inappropriate that I made our younger kids go into camper..noise went til 430 am. Next day we went to explore and came back to find a water hose stretched through our site over our picnic setting and had tore off the rain fly of the tent( the party down the hill was apparently filling their water tank from a spare water spigot two roads away) again a truck parked on our site had to ask to move so we could park our truck on our site. We had a constant flow of people walking right through our site . Reported this to park ranger who went and talked with the offenders and said they would be ticketed if it continued. He also admitted that this park is out of control with rude roudy people. He did his best to monitor them but they were aware his shift ended at midnight and that is when they got super loud. Also very heavy tick population. During our three day stay we found over 60 ticks on our clothing dispite spraying . On a good note the scenery was beautiful. The beach and boat dock we're closed due to high water but the kids had fun on playground, do not advise leaving g kids alone as one little girl who looked about 7 had her arm grabbed and pulled by a strange man who then got into a truck and promptly drove off when confronted. Also roudy teens on playground. Great place to ride bikes. Would go back to visit but will never come there again.
5 based on 10 reviews
Fibonacci is a wonderful gallery that offers various types of art (jewelry, paintings, pottery, furniture, quilts, glass) created by local artists. The shop is nicely laid out, displaying pieces that are easily seen and appreciated. On top of that the artists themselves staff the gallery...MoreHi Sharon, Your comments highlight our mission exactly, to provide excellent quality handmade work in a gallery atmosphere, by artists who are attentive to sharing knowledge about our work. Thank you!! Fibonacci 321 Art Gallery
5 based on 4 reviews
For 5 days we passed the Zenda Farms every time. The sign showed that we were welcomed here. So on our last day in the States, we drove and parked here.
There was some information about this farm. This farm started in the 1930s, as a dairy farm. He used all the latest technology for his cows. Wow! People liked this milk.
Now when the dairy was closed, all the buildings were painted in silver. Quite attractive!
We were welcomed to visit everything, except that all doors were shut closed. It didn't matter. Everything was well indicated and we were able to see through the windows. For a fact, there were no more cows here.
Interestingly enough, there is a lovely garden here. Someone is keeping an eye here.
There is also a plaque of commemoration Merle L. Yongs.
The land and the dairy was offered to the Thousand Islands Land Trust.
I enjoyed this visit at the dairy farm. We learned a lot and we certainly enjoyed exploring everything. It's a great place to hide and seek as well! Worthwhile to try!
5 based on 3 reviews
Saint Lawrence Spirits is a family owned and operated farm-based distillery. Our Father-Son Distillers use local products including St. Lawrence River water in the production of our unique spirits. On-site Farm to Table Restaurant, Saint Lawrence Spirits Château, Open for Lunch, Dinner and Weekend Brunches! Vodka • Gin • Moonshine • Absinthe Currently Aging Whiskey & Bourbon Spirit Tastings Available Inside the Restaurant - Saint Lawrence Spirits Château!
My wife and I were very pleased with our visit to the distillery store in Clayton. The actual distillery property will be open next year on our favorite piece of riverfront in the islands. The staff were very knowledgeable on the product, and extremely friendly. Try the Bloody Mary. It's awesome!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
We discovered this park by hazard. It had some quite nice big trees, located by the river. We could see boats pass by. It was quite attractive.
Once there, more people joined us.
There was a whole panel about the battle of French Creek on the way to Montreal. That was quite intriguing.
Another intriguing feature was a double arch facing the lake. It made a beautiful picture.
My best part in this park is to enjoy the many boats that pass by. I also enjoyed the fresh breeze from the river. Quite worthwhile to explore!
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