Front of Yonge Township is a popular summer destination located along the 401 Highway within driving distance of Ottawa, Toronto, and the States. It hosts many campgrounds and accommodations and is situated on the St. Lawrence River. This area holds a number of trails, lakes, and beaches, and lies within the Frontenac Arch Biosphere, which has gained worldwide recognition by becoming an UNESCO member.
With the Visitors section of the website, you will find a number of attractions and events to enjoy year round.
Located at Mallorytown Landing, Thousand Islands National Park is one of Canada’s oldest national parks. It has a visitor centre, playground, boat launch, picnic area, natural vegetation, and walking trails.
The provincially owned Brown’s Bay day park is located on the 1000 Islands Parkway, east of Mallorytown Landing. It has two beaches, a children’s playground, several picnic areas, a beach volleyball court, canteen, and change rooms.
On the North side of the 1000 Islands Parkway across from Brown’s Bay is the newly created Jones Creek trail system spanning several kilometers.
The scenic 1000 Islands Parkway Waterfront Trail runs several kilometres connecting cities and towns together. It is a paved path suitable for walking, roller blading, bicycling, and was used by over 1,000 cyclists from Vélo Québec in 2011.
Mallorytown has a number of gardens throughout the town, including one behind the Township’s Mallory Coach House. More information about the Coach House and its events, can be found on their dedicated page.
Click Here to see the brochure for the Front of Yonge Township.