This is a very rustic and secluded Adirondack style camp built in the 1950's and modernized over the last decade to include all the comforts of home. The entire interior is very warm and homey knotty pine It is located at the end of a dead-end road on a pine shaded peninsula on road-accessable Wellesley Island, and within one mile of the Thousand Islands Bridge and Canadian border crossing, and within sight of the Dewolf Point State Park launching ramp. There is a 20 ft. dock and ample parking for your vehicle and boat trailer. The cabin is about 15ft. from the water's edge....close enough to actually watch the fish swim by from the screened porch!
An unbeatable spot for relaxation with world class fishing right off the 300 ft. shoreline. Nice deepwater swimming off the rocks or dock. Bring your floating toys!
Incomparable sunsets and wildlife watching. A canoe and rowboat are supplied for your enjoyment and boat rentals are available nearby.
A short drive to Alexandria Bay, Clayton and Gananoque by boat or car and an abundance of tourist activities including 3 golf courses right on the island.
Please Note: Probably not a good choice for toddlers due to unprotected dropoffs, those who are physically challenged due to the rocky path, or small pets due to the Eagles and Ospreys.