Harbor Inn

Address: 625 Mary St., Clayton, New York, 13624, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 625 Mary St., Clayton, is near Antique Boat Museum and Thousand Islands Museum.
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Clayton

    On the road agian

    A travel blog entry by 73magicbus on Sep 26, 2015

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    ... as we head west.

    The drive was typical of southern Ontario. Lots of open land with corn fields going for miles. The small towns that make up the cross roads are plentiful. We decided to stop at one called Merrickville. It had a eclectic selection of country stores selling crafts, fudge, ice cream and knitted goods, you know the typical country general store. We walked along the street and poked our way thru the interesting ones. The only thing we purchased ...

    Lake Placid NY ,Tupper Lake ,Watertown , 1000Is Ca

    A travel blog entry by ronstaz on Sep 25, 2015

    Left scenic Whiteface Mt to Lake Placid to tour the Olympic Ski Jump facilities Drove scenic Olympic Hwy 3 to Busy old Watertown for fuel Continued to Canadian border bought duty free & camped at expensive KOA camp at 1000 Islands camp at $75 Last night in Motorhome Great trip but too much driving draining as only driver Vowed last van ...

    Danville , Montpellier ,Burlington ,Charlotte,Lake

    A travel blog entry by ronstaz on Sep 24, 2015

    Left beautiful Danville camp to grubby Montpellier for info then to Bypass Burlington to Charlotte ferry to Essex NY over Lake Champkain Drove onto Lake Placid $ walked the Olympic Ski village Lousy Italian lunch & poor info service Camped at pine forest KOA Whiteface ...

    Clayton Day 2

    A travel blog entry by mv_meander on Sep 13, 2013

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    ... the boat with our groceries. We had a nice dinner at a riverfront restaurant and are now waiting for the wind to die down overnight so we can get to the fuel dock for a fill up and pump out. My only complaint is that the marinas and docks are all exposed to the bay and St. Lawrence River. There are no breakwalls to block the waves so we are being rocked and rolled as we try to sleep. The forecast is for the ...

    Leaving Ottawa for Kingston

    A travel blog entry by burtonx2 on Aug 09, 2012

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    ... the use of European slackwater technology in North America on a large scale. It is the only canal dating from the great North American canal-building era of the early
    19th century that remains operational along its original line with most of its original structures intact. It was also recognized as an extensive, well preserved and significant example of a canal which was used for military purposes linked to a significant stage in human history - that of the fight to control the north of the American continent.