Summer is for exploring! If you’re planning on taking any road trips, make sure this is on the list. The picturesque Long Sault Parkway passes through 11 islands connected by one road making for some incredible views.

The Long Sault Parkway is east of Kingston in Ontario along the St. Lawrence River between Cornwall and Brockville and is now open for the season until mid-November!

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According to Parks of St. Lawrence, the Long Sault Parkway is “a series of 11 islands that were created from high points of land left after the flooding of the St. Lawrence River during the construction of the Seaway in the 1950s.”

The parkway hosts more than just beautiful views, it’s also home to three waterfront campgrounds and two golden sand beaches.

Mille Roches Campground, Woodlands Campground and McLaren Campground, located along the water of the parkway, open to the public a little later into the season on May 17th.

And sure sure to schedule a stop at one or both of the beaches. 

Hop out of the car and explore on foot as this is also a great destination for runners, cyclists and photographers spanning just over 10 KM.

Have fun exploring, Ontario!

Long Sault Parkway 

Where: Long Sault Parkway, 22 Long Sault Dr, Long Sault
When: Open now until mid-November