Top 20 Experiences in Clayton
Islands, Lighthouses, and Castle Tour on the St. Lawrence River
THIS TOUR DEPARTS FROM THE US. Narrated Cruise along the St. Lawrence River in the 1000 Islands. Approximately 25 miles round trip along the St. Lawrence Seaway Shipping Channel. Weave among many of the 1000 Island, Pass Rock Island Lighthouse on Rock Island, Sunken Rock on Bush Island, Boldt Castle on Heart Island, Millionaires Row, view million dollar summer homes, and so much more!
Boldt Castle and 2 Nation Tour
TOUR DEPARTS FROM THE US. Enjoy an intimate boat tour as we travel over 27 unique miles among many of the 1000 Islands along the St. Lawrence River. Our professional local guides share rich history, legends and lore as we get closer to the islands than any other tour. This "Heart of the Thousand Islands" tour gets you closer to the islands, includes views of magnificent million-dollar homes including "Millionaire's Row", travels under the American span of the 1000 Island Bridge System, and passes Rock Island Lighthouse on Rock Island At Heart Island guests have the option to take a self guided tour of millionaire George Boldt's Castle, built as a testament of love for his wife Louise, before tragedy struck in 1904. Departing Boldt Castle we travel US waters and the St. Lawrence Seaway shipping channel with the possibility of viewing oceangoing vessels that travel from around the world to the Great Lakes of North America.
The Ultimate Heart of 1000 Islands Sightseeing Boat Tour
THIS TOUR DEPARTS FROM THE UNITED STATES 2 Nation Lunch Cruise with stops at Boldt Castle and Rock Island Lighthouse. Join us for the ultimate sightseeing tour on the St. Lawrence River. Designed for those who wish to take in the beauty of the 1000 islands Region and experience the the most attractions from the river in an afternoon. This tour includes lunch, combines our Boldt Castle Tour stopping at Heart Island for a tour of Millionaire George Boldt's Rhineland style castle, a cruise through Millionaires Row viewing magnificent summer homes of the rich and famous of the gilded age, and a stop at Rock Island Lighthouse to visit the "Keepers Cottage" Museum & Gift Shop and climb to the top of lighthouse to enjoy the spectacular view of the St. Lawrence Seaway. NO Passports required!