- Our list of the best things to do in Deseronto, Ontario, features the top 36 nearby activities — including 17 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Deseronto, Ontario has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Food & Drink, Museums & Galleries, Outdoor Places, and Sights & Landmarks.
- The results below include the top 7 things to do within the city of Deseronto, Ontario , followed by 29 popular activities in nearby cities, including Belleville, Bloomfield, Hillier, Bath, Bloomfield and Kingston
This location features a variety of artifacts and models from as early as the 1940s. The Memorial Military Museum's contents include a 1942 Indian Scout motorcycle, a Korean War-era Jeep, and a variety of replica planes.
At Curle's Maple Products, guests can purchase a variety of products produced on-site, including maple syrup, sugar, and butter. Visitors who come to the location in March can sample warm syrup and learn about the ongoing tapping process.
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36418 Pelo Road, Clayton, NY 13624 MoreLess Info
Guests can enjoy guided fishing trips with 3rd generation fishing guide Captain Jack Garnsey at Garnsey's Classic Island Cruises - Private Tours. Fishing trips range from half a day to a full day and they also offer wine and cheese cruises.
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The Peter's Wood Provincial Nature Reserve Trail is a 0.8 kilometer hiking and walking path. Open year-round, guests traveling along the trail will pass by open fields and circle around a forest.
With direct access to St. Lawrence River, Seaway Slips Boat Rentals has a variety of pontoon boats and equipment for visitors to take out on the water. The river has fishing spots for Northern Pike and Muskellunge.
Several antique boating vessels are part of the extensive exhibits at the Antique Boat Museum. Visitors can view the boats up close, and during the warmer months they can also take a guided tour of the La Duchesse 1903 houseboat.
The 1000 Island Region is served by the Clayton Island Tours which has professional tour guides to tell legends and stories of the area. Guests can view giant Great Lakes freighters, lighthouses, and island homes in addition to daily stops at Boldt Castle.
An old-fashioned kitchen display, photographs of local history, and winning entries from the annual duck and goose decoy contests form the foundation of the Thousand Islands Museum collection. The linked gift shift for the museum sells locally-made art and crafts.