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Boating and Fishing at Misty Isles

Note: Boat Rentals are Exclusive to Cottage Guest or Past Clientele

Our boating and fishing facilities include:

Why Are We So Successful? Location! Location! Location!

Not only do you have direct access to the St. Lawrence River, but there are three great fishing lakes close by. Charleston Lake, Gananoque Lake, and South Lake are all less than 30 minutes away. Access to the Rideau Canal is also available at Seeley's Bay, only 20 minutes away from Gananoque. This offers our fishing guests a wide variety of experiences from one location. Area fishing seasons and license information is available further down this page.

Boat Rentals

9.9 hp, 14 Ft. Deep V Aluminum boats

40 hp, 4 stroke Yamaha, 16.5 Harbercraft

50 hp, 4 stroke Yamaha, 22' Pontoon boat*


22' Pontoon Boat with 50 HP Yamaha

Rates are in Canadian funds and include all safety equipment and PFD's. Rates are subject to 13% tax plus fuel and oil costs.

Boat Dockage and Parking

Water Taxi Service

At Misty Isles Lodge, we believe a visit to this area isn't complete without visiting the 1000 Islands. Parks Canada has 21 islands in the St. Lawrence River between Kingston and Brockville. Some of these Islands provide camping facilities for public enjoyment. The best swimming area is on Leek Island with two natural sandy bays. Sugar Island, owned by the American Canoe Association, is in the Lake Fleet Islands, directly across from Misty Isles Lodge. So why not visit an island for the day to picnic, swim or camp overnight?

Fishing Guide

Big game fishing is coming back to the 1000 Islands. Greg has been dreaming of this opportunity  to show you one of the best game fishing experiences. His rates and information can be found through his website  along with some great pictures of successful clients. He's happy to share his techniques in acquiring walleye, pike and bass. Email him to confirm your day on the River. 

For more information on recreational fishing, check out the Recreational Fishing Regulations Summary