Places to stay in Mallorytown, Ontario
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Mallorytown is a community located within the Front of Yonge, itself a township in Ontario and is situated within Leeds and Grenville United Counties. Places to eat in the region include Rapid Valley Restaurant & Esso Service, and Boathouse Restaurant & Motel.
Wondering where to stay? Accommodations in the community are primarily limited to Campgrounds and RV parks, though there are a few nearby Bed and Breakfasts. If you are travelling in the area, Mallorytown is located close to Mallorytown, Pates Island, Glovers Bay, Buck Island and Hambly Island.
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- Longitude: -75°53'5.4779
- Latitude: 44°28'45.591
Things to see and do
1000 Islands Rockport Boat Line
Located at 23 Front Street. Rockport Boat Line is truly in the Heart of the 1000 Islands. Choose from a one, two, or three hour sightseeing cruise, lunch or dinner cruise, Boldt Castle stop-over cruise or a Two Castle Tour.
1000 Islands Charity Casino
Located at 380 Highway 2. Hours of Operation: Monday to Wednesday, 9:00 am - 4:00 am. Open 24-hours a day from Thursday 9:00 am to Monday 4:00 am. Number of Machines: 450 slot machines in $0.05, $0.25, $1.00 and $5.00 denominations. Number of Table Games / Types of Games: Over 18 table games including Roulette, Craps, Bonus Let it Ride, Caribbean Stud Poker, Blackjack and Spanish 21.
Arthur Child Heritage Museum
Located at 125 Water Street. Enhance your trip to the 1000 Islands with a visit to the Heritage Museum located adjacent to the Gananoque Boatline on the shores of the St. Lawrence River. The Museum provides the visitor with an inviting setting to reflect on the history of the area. The building is reminiscent of the original islands cottages and fabulous hotels that were built during the Golden Era. In the spacious exhibit halls, visitors will find dioramas, videos and interactive displays designed to educate and entertain. Learn about the formation of the Islands and the UNESCO designated Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve with its unique flora and fauna. (www.fabr.ca) Then walk in the footsteps of the First Nations people, the early settlers and voyageurs and the combatants in the War of 1812. Visit the Golden Era of Castles and Cottages and the river highway of the past. The Museum mounts a new Seasonal Exhibit each year reflecting the local history of Gananoque drawn from the artifacts of the region. After a guided or self-guided tour, visit our lookout tower to view the magnificent St. Lawrence River and the Admiralty Group of Islands. Remember your visit with a gift or memento from our Canadiana Gift Shop.
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