Home of the communities born and built on the St. Lawrence River.
Since you’re coming our way, why not learn more about the RiverQuest communities and about our great supporters?
1000 Islands Gananoque Chamber of CommerceVisit Website
To increase tourism in the area by promoting our local assets, with emphasis on our unique heritage and ideal river location. We will focus on types of tourism that will fit these attributes and bring increasing economic benefit to a variety of businesses and groups in our community.
Alexandria Bay Chamber of CommerceVisit Website
A Vacation Paradise awaits you... Amidst the gentle waters of the St. Lawrence Seaway there is a place like no other, Alexandria Bay, home of the Famous Bill Johnston's Pirate Days. The waters guide you to a place of year-round beauty and a sportsman's paradise. Of the 1,860 islands that dot the St. Lawrence and comprise the 1000 Island region, many of the most amazing can be found in and surrounding Alexandria Bay.
Brockville Chamber of CommerceVisit Website
Brockville and District Tourism is a Destination Marketing Organization representing over 200 tourism related businesses, partners and stakeholders in the 1000 Islands region. Our goal is to foster an inclusive approach to promoting and marketing our community within the region.
Cape Vincent Chamber of CommerceVisit Website
Cape Vincent is fast becoming a place where people like to live, as well as spend their vacation. Escape to The Cape!
City of BrockvilleVisit Website
The City of Brockville is the municipality where the Aquatarium is being built, and RiverQuest initiated. It also represents The Brockville Museum and the Brockville Arts Centre.
City of OgdensburgVisit Website
The City of Ogdensburg, New York, is located along the southern shore of the beautiful St. Lawrence River, directly across from the Canadian towns of Prescott and Brockville, Ontario. Ogdensburg blends a unique complementary mix of rural charm and urban amenities. The Ogdensburg-Prescott International Bridge conveniently connects the two countries.
Clayton Chamber of CommerceVisit Website
Clayton is the quintessential river village, a jewel of a peninsula surrounded by the magnificent St. Lawrence River, nestled along the northern edge of upstate New York and minutes from the Canadian border.
Corporation of the Town of GananoqueVisit Website
The Town of Gananoque is internationally renowned as the Gateway to the 1000 Islands and is recognized as one of Eastern Ontario's most stunning waterfront communities. The community is comprised of 5200 people and welcomes over 300 000 visitors each year. Strategically located on the Hwy 401 corridor and near the U.S border, Gananoque is centrally located between major urban centre's including Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa. This rural community offers a variety of attractions unique to the region including a scenic cycling path along Thousand Island Parkway, a captivating waterfront trail, beautiful beaches, a Heritage Museum, an OLG Charity Casino, Gananoque Boat Line tours of the thousand islands, outstanding performances at the Thousand Islands Playhouse, and one of the most prominent golf courses in Ontario, Smugglers Glen. With its unbeatable quality of life and larger centers only minutes away, Gananoque has developed into a world class destination for travelers, businesses and residents.
Downtown Brockville Business Improvement AreaVisit Website
The Downtown Brockville Business Improvement Area is a non-profit organization, representing approximately three hundred businesses and properties owners, in the Downtown Brockville area.
Front of Yonge TownshipVisit Website
Front of Yonge lets you discover the beauty of the St. Lawrence River in the 1000 Islands. Hike and bike along our trails and visit our National and Provincial Parks while staying at our campgrounds. See our heritage by visiting the Mallory Coach House and discover what makes us Yonge!
Greater Massena Chamber of CommerceVisit Website
The Greater Massena Chamber of Commerce is the Community Business and Information Center for Massena. The Massena Chamber is dedicated to promoting our members and the greater Massena area by promoting economic growth, tourism and acting as an information clearinghouse.
Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of CommerceVisit Website
The Greater Ogdensburg Chamber of Commerce seeks to promote and advance the business interests of the city and its surrounding areas. Throughout the year, the Chamber attracts thousands of people to the area to help create a positive economic impact for local businesses.
St. Lawrence County Chamber of CommerceVisit Website
St. Lawrence County New York State's biggest county is where the Adirondacks meet the St. Lawrence River, offering fantastic access to the Thousand Islands. With more than 200 lakes, ponds and streams, miles of all-season recreation trails, and more than 40 state forests, St. Lawrence County is the perfect place to experience the great outdoors any time of year.
Town and Village of MassenaVisit Website
Massena is located in the northernmost part of St. Lawrence County along the banks of the St. Lawrence River bordering Canada and the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation. Massena offers a variety of activities... fishing, boating, camping, golfing, biking, hiking, shopping, entertainment, swimming, music and much more.
Town of HammondVisit Website
Do you love peaceful, serene sunrises and breathtaking sunsets? Do you love the sound of waves lapping against your boat? Do you get excited by that huge fish fighting on your line? A visit to Hammond, New York is a must!
Hammond is nestled between two amazing bodies of water: the St. Lawrence River and Black Lake. Believe us when we say the fishing does not get any better than this! Within its borders are two river based marinas, three boat launches, three convenient stores, three diner shops, and a breathtaking "hunting lodge" castle built by Frederick Bourne in the early 1900's - Singer Castle on Dark Island. Make plans to stay at Cedar Island in Chippewa Bay, one of the few NY State Parks accessible by water only! Or stop by the historic Hammond Museum, which welcomes a Farmers' and Artisans' Market with live entertainment every Wednesday evening from 3:30-7 PM (July-October).
"EXPLORE OUR SHORES!"
Town of PrescottVisit Website
Prescott is rich in cultural and heritage tourism, with a history that dates back to the landing of the United Empire Loyalists in 1784. Virtually all of the town's historic sites have stories to tell, from the War of 1812 era Fort Wellington National Historic Site through the legacy left by the origins of Canadian industrial icons J.P. Wiser and John Labatt. Dozens of heritage homes give Prescott its small-town flavour, while the town's beautiful St. Lawrence River waterfront and harbour provide plenty of modern amenities for recreational boaters, sport fishermen, and divers.
Village of ClaytonVisit Website
The Village of Clayton is one of New York State's premier gateways to the Thousand Islands. Located 90 miles north of Syracuse and 15 miles south of the Canadian border, Clayton offers many recreational activities (fishing, boating, scuba diving), cultural events, and educational opportunities.