- TripBuzz found 39 things to do with kids in or near Alexandria Bay, New York, including 22 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Brockville, Watertown and Clayton.
- From Uncle Sam Boat Tours to Aqua zoo, the Alexandria Bay area offers 32 different types of family activities, including: Islands, National & State Parks, Castles and Go Karts.
- Providing access to Canada, Alexandria Bay is a popular tourist venue in New York, especially during the warmer months. A tiny village with a small population, it rests on St. Lawrence River making it ideal for water activities such as boating, fishing and scuba diving. Also a part of the 1000 Islands Region, the village is home to Boldt Castle on the renowned Heart Island.
For exploring the 1000 Islands region, the traveler can always appeal to Uncle Sam Boat Tours. The most popular of the services is the Two Nations Tour, which takes the passengers on the American and Canadian waters. Special private events can be organized aboard.
A kart track and a mini-golf course are waiting to be teste at Alex Bay 500 Go-Karts. The track is more than 1 mile-long, while the golf course has 18 holes and is riddles with waterfalls. Special packages are available, such as the Putt and Ride Special.
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36 Market St, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607 MoreLess Info
Offering special events, tours, and a lecture series, the Cornwall Brothers Store & Museum is a museum that preserves the history of Alexandria Bay. The museum has exhibits that cover boating and boatbuilding, fishing, photography, steamship lines, and military history.
Located along the St. Lawrence River, Keewaydin State Park can be used for fishing, swimming, boating and camping. The park provides children's playgrounds, picnic tables, grills and sites for tents and trailers.
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NYS Welcome Center at the 1000 Islands International Bridge, Alexandria Bay, NY 13607 MoreLess Info
30 state parks and 1 historic park are included in the Thousand Islands region. Discovered in the 16th century by the French explorers, this region gets its name from the more than 1,600 lakes it contains. Picnicking, hiking, swimming, boating, and plenty of other activities can be done here.
With the construction began in 1900, the Boldt Castle & Yacht House was supposed to have 120 rooms, on 6 floors. Since construction stopped in 1904, it was never truly finished. It is now a museum accessible by water taxi, and which can be rented for special events.