Little Round Island

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Little Round Island

Little Round Island is a 10 acre island on the St. Lawrence River, near the village of Clayton, NY and is only accessible by boat.   We have two properties for rent on the island.  One cottage faces Round Island and the other faces the channel. 

Downtown Clayton is a quick five minute boat ride away and there is plenty of boat parking.  Clayton's Frink Park on the river hosts many events throughout the year such as sunset waterfront concerts and a farmer’s market. 

If you need to rent a boat for the week please see our FAQ section under the More Tab for recommendations.

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The Cottages

We have two cottages available for rent.  


The two bedroom cottage faces Round Island and enjoys specatacular sunrises and the twinkling lights of the 1000 Island Bridge at night.  


The three bedroom cottage faces the St. Lawrence channel where the magnificent freighters sail past daily.  


Each cottage has its own covered boat slip and swimming dock.  There is a HughesNet Satellite dish for internet service (but don't tell the kids) and DISHTV at each property.  Kayaks and fishing poles are also on property for your use.   


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St. Lawrence River

There are so many things to do on the St. Lawrence River.  Half day trips to Boldt Castle or Singer Castle, fishing guides to take you out to catch the biggest fish on the river and then cook it up for you for dinner.  Take a boat ride to Kingston, Ontario and enjoy the restaurants and sites "in another country"!   Or just hang around the river in your boat by floating along the Narrows or swimming in Lake of the Isles.  

Did you know:

The St. Lawrence River is one of the longest rivers in North America. 

The River flows 744 miles from Lake Ontario into the world's largest estuary, the Gulf of St. Lawrence.  114 miles of the River are located in New York State.

The Upper St. Lawrence is home to the Thousand Islands region. There are exactly 1,864 islands. To be counted as an island, the piece of land must be surrounded by water, above water all year long, and support at least one tree.

Our Location on the St. Lawrence River