Campground features more than a hundred campsites as well as 4 camper cabins. Campsites are spacious, scattered throughout the forest and some right along the Saint Lawrence river. Most of the campsites offer great amount of privacy along with a picnic table and the fire pit. At the entrance to the campground is, as usually goes, a reception counter and the convenience store.
Bathrooms, showers and the laundry room are centrally positioned close to the playground. Water and portable toilets are found elsewhere throughout the campground as well.
Ivy Lea Campground Photo Gallery
P.S. If it just happens that you are camping in the Ivy Lea Campground on the 4th of July, evening sky above the river may light up with fireworks lunched by Americans celebrating their Independence Day.
Only Saint Lawrence river divides Canada from the USA and some islands on the river are on one side of the border and some on another.
Almost static river in some places creates in the water colorful mirror effect and in the darkness scattered islands give depth to at the times overwhelming number of fireworks lunched from, what it seams like, every cottage or home in and around Thousand Islands.
Ivy Lea campground on our video – including campsite #113