The Thousand Islands have been a vacation destination for America’s captains of industry since the beginning of the gilded age. Today, visitors have an opportunity to step back in time and explore those historic homes and the region’s natural beauty. From beautiful mansions to coastal cottages to extensive campgrounds, visitors to the region will have a chance to see the appeal that this region has had for centuries worth of visitors from nearly every vantage point.
Abolitionist Starr Clark gave refuge to several African-American slaves in this building from the mid-1830s to the Civil War. A member of Mexico's Vigilance Committee, Clark held abolitionist... more