Thousand Island Park has over a century of rich history, tradition and culture that, along with the magnificence of the St. Lawrence River and the Thousand Islands, has made it a unique and exciting place to visit, vacation and/or live.
Founded in 1875 as a Methodist Campground, TI Park thrived as a family retreat with a Chautauqua atmosphere of religious, cultural and recreational activities. Today it continues as a peaceful haven in a hectic world where families come to enjoy old-fashioned values in a place of natural beauty. In 1982, Thousand Island Park was listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Today, Thousand Island Park is a seasonal resort community of 335 historic cottages with shared community space including the Wellesley Hotel, the iconic "Guzzle" restaurant and ice cream parlor, the Tabernacle, T.I. Park Library, Chapel and Pavilion. The Thousand Island Park Corporation staff manages the Park's assets and handles the day-to-day operation of the Park, providing services to leaseholders and the community as a whole.
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