Places to stay in Wolfe Island, Ontario

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Wolfe Island is an island located at the entrance to the Saint Lawrence River in Lake Ontario near Kingston, Ontario. Wolfe Island is part of Frontenac County, Ontario and together with Howe Island and Simcoe Island, it forms the township of Frontenac Islands. It is the largest of the Thousand Islands. The largest community on the island is Marysville. This island was named after British General James Wolfe. Places to eat in the region include Island Grill (The), General Wolfe Hotel, The Wolfe Island Pub & Pizzeria, and Curry Original.

Wondering where to stay? Lodging options in the community are mainly limited to Bed and Breakfast type accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Wolfe Island is located close to Benson Creek, Gillespies Point, Knights Creek, Bluff Point and Pero Lake.

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The Dreamcatcher's Inn

Photograph of Dreamcatcher's Inn, Wolfe Island
The Dreamcatcher’s Bed and Breakfast was originally opened in the late-1800’s as a hotel named the “Villa on the St. Lawrence.” It was then bought and opened in 1923 by W.G. Woodman and was operated as The Woodman House for the next 80 years. In October of 2003, the property was bought by .....

The Browns Bay Inn

With its distinct casual atmosphere, Brown's Bay Inn is the perfect place to get away from it all…and discover an amazing place of natural beauty with some of the finest duck, goose and deer hunting in eastern Canada. We are located on Wolfe Island, Ontario, just a short 20 minute ferry ride from .....

Other local Wolfe Island information and places to visit.

  • Longitude: -76°26'1.1652
  • Latitude: 44°10'23.023

Things to see and do

1000 Islands Cruises - Kingston

Located at 1 Brock Street. Step aboard and enjoy the sights, sounds and tastes of the famous Thousand Islands on one of our classic vessels. We are the Food, Fun & Entertainment Ships. Every day of our season, we offer the widest range of cruise options in the Thousand Islands from sightseeing to fine dining and entertainment.

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.

Kingston Family Fun World Park

Located at 1533 Mc Adoo. Kingston Family Funworld Drive-In shows Double Features rain or shine. Ask about our Raincheck Policy at the Box Office. We broadcast the audio of our movies on the FM dial; your vehicle requires an FM Receiver or bring an FM Radio. Your admission ticket is valid for only the movies showing on that screen at the point of purchase; moving your vehicle to another screen is strictly prohibited. Cash only at the box office please. Movie lineup and showtimes subject to change without notice; please ask at the Box Office. Kingston Family Funworld. Where Having FUN Is Affordable!

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. ( 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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  • Van Hal House B&B, 1414 Highway 95