Harbor Inn

625 Mary St., Clayton, New York, 13624, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Clayton

Day 45

A travel blog entry by bharvey


... canal and locks were just in Ottawa. Me, I hadn't thought or known much of it at all.

Some research last night prompted me to decide that the first lock station we should aim for was Jones Falls, said to be the prettiest and included a dam. There was no exaggeration in the description I had read. It was indeed a very lovely setting and we even lucked out in the timing as a boat entered the locks while we were there.

Day 44

A travel blog entry by bharvey


Day 44 (May 30) -- Tonight we are settled into the Mallorytown KOA ..... KOA's as I've said are pretty standard in their quality wherever we've stayed but this is the most expensive yet and might just be the most expensive park we've been in ever at $124.05 Canadian with taxes for two nights. It does have wifi at least and it is quite lovely but still I was a tad surprised at the rate. Went for a walk into part of the ...

Plan B

A travel blog entry by gilmer


... Driving - only for a short distance though - we happened upon a sign that read Lemoine Point Conservation Area. Since we were in the area, we thought we'd check it out. The walk along the paths were wonderful. We especially liked walking along Lake Ontario. We saw lots of trees, flowers and birds. There were other people on the trails enjoying a stroll by themselves, with someone or with a dog. Even with other people, the trails did not ...

Spending Time on the St. Lawrence River

A travel blog entry by gilmer


We had just got the boat running the day before - thanks to the help of my brother Mike.

Since the boat was now running and the weather was nice, we decided to take the boat out again today.

The boat only hesitated for a moment but then it started up. We are so happy to hear the motor working. We then headed out from our docking spot at Caigers Resort.

First destination was to check and see if Mike was at his house boat yet. Since Mike had not arrived ...

Clayton Day 2

A travel blog entry by mv_meander


... 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 ...


This inn, located on 625 Mary St., Clayton, is near Antique Boat Museum and Thousand Islands Museum.
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