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Vacation Rental Price Information in the Thousand Islands
We rendered price information data on the above graph to give you more insights on prices in the Thousand Islands. in the Thousand Islands, prices can go up to $295 (12/1 - 12/8). On average, the most interesting prices are in a week of April (4/20 - 4/27) as the average price is only $270 per night.
Rental Availability Information in the Thousand Islands
Find out the percentage of available rentals in the Thousand Islands with the graph above. The most challenging week to find a rental in the next twelve months is in November (11/17 - 11/24). Conversely, it is in May (5/25 - 6/1) that the highest percentage of rentals are available.
The Weather in the Thousand Islands
Check out the climate diagram for Thousand Islands. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 82°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 15° in January. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Enjoy golden times at your Thousand Islands vacation home
Thousand Islands vacation rentals range from the luxurious to the palatial. This part of the world has been the chosen haunt of America's elite, from presidents to senators. The islands are gilded with the reflected glow of these glamour pusses and by the late afternoon sun.
Singer Castle, located on the ominous sounding Dark Island is in fact a serene gem where you can tour the historic structure that served as the hunting lodge of Commodore Frederick Gilbert Bourne. Explore four intriguing floors of original furnishings, antiques and secret passages.
Rock Island Light
Rock Island's lighthouse sends a beam of welcoming light out over the water to guide you safely to land. From the top, you can see the spectacular Thousand Island coast and learn about the history of the island, the lighthouse keepers, and the St Lawrence River in the immersive museum located inside the lighthouse.
Thousands of attractions
The spires and turrets of this unique castle on Alexandria Bay, near New York, really are inspirational. Ornate oak interiors and formal gardens are elaborate almost beyond belief. Hotel magnate George Boldt was responsible for the construction of this fantastical palace in the heart of Thousand Islands. The Gilded Age's grandeur is discernable even in the architecture of the Yacht House which was built to house the family's yacht collection.
One of the largest islands, Wellesley is host to the Thousand Island Historic District where almost 300 historic buildings conspire to make this an unparalleled historical gem. The architectural styles of these Victorian cottages range from Queen Anne to neoclassical but all are imbued with incredible charm.
Deer Island is the last resting place of the famed Apache chief Geronimo. It is also the meeting place of Yale University's notoriously elite Skull and Bones society. Members included both Bush Presidents, the co-founder of Morgan Stanley, and a squad of senators and top-level executives. Come and explore the mystery.
Antique Boat Museum
Boaties will need to dock up at this incredible center for the preservation and celebration of boating artifacts. The history of Thousand Islands shines through the exhibits in the collection, which stretches for over 20,000 square feet. The museum hosts the National Motor Boat Show and examines the technological history of canoe building.
Wellesley Island State Park
You can enjoy an almost endless list of outward bound activities at this famous State Park. Ice fishing, golf, and hunting are among them, though naturally, you can also avail yourself of facilities for picnicking, camping and boating. Play a game at the playing fields, take a dip at the beach, or explore a trail.
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