Leeds and the 1000 Islands

The township of Leeds and the 1000 Islands (TLTI) is a large rural area between Brockville and Kingston on the St. Lawrence River in eastern Ontario.


The township includes the villages of Lansdowne, Lyndhurst, Mallorytown and Seeleys Bay and a portion of the 1000 Islands. An international bridge joins Lansdowne to Alexandria Bay and Clayton (New York), north of Watertown. The 1000 Islands National Park is nominally headquartered in Mallorytown.

The town of Gananoque is independent of TLTI, but surrounded by the township on all sides.

Get in

Gazebo behind the Mallory Coach House in Mallorytown

Leeds and the 1000 Islands is part of the beaten-path Windsor-Quebec corridor which runs through Toronto and Montréal. As part of the Seaway Region, it is easily reachable by land or water - although some of the park islands may only be reached by cruising on small craft.

By car

By boat

TLTI is on the north shore of the St. Lawrence River.

By bus, plane or train

Get around



Waterfront view from Brown's Bay located in Front of Yonge Township.





Go next

Routes through TLTI

Kingston Gananoque  W  E  Brockville Montreal
ENDS at Hill Island  N  S  Watertown Syracuse

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