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Need a Break from Fishing and Relaxing?

Visit these Attractions, All within a days Drive of  Pleasant View

Boldt Castle

Located on Heart Island, a visit to this magnificent Castle offers a glimpse into one of the most compelling love stories.

Boldt Yacht House

While visiting the Castle, take a water taxi to this tremendous boat house and view a collection of antique boats.

Thousand Islands

Dotting the St. Lawrence River, these islands are both American and Canadian. Take a boat tour of the Islands leaving from

Alexandria Bay, NY and also from Brockville, Canada.


This tower, on Canada's Hill Island, towers 400 feet over the St. Lawrence River. Take the high speed elevator to the three observations decks and be amazed at the spectacular view.

Fort Henry

Experience military traditions of Canada while the colorful guard performs precision drills. Visit the farmers market in this Kingston fort.


Antique Boat Museum

Boating through the ages comes alive in this museum, located in Clayton, NY.

Adirondack Boat Museum

Visit Blue Mountain Lake, and see how people lived, worked and played at this "Smithsonian of the Adirondacks".

High Falls Forge

Bring your camera to this scenic wonder with 700 feet of waterfalls, formed by nature over a billion years, in Lake Placid, NY.

Santa’s Workshop

Visit with Santa Claus at America's first theme park. A magical land on beautiful Whiteface Mountain, just outside of

Lake Placid, NY.  For young and old alike, there are rides, animals, and entertainment.

Frederic Remington Art Museum

Experience the danger and excitement of the Old West and the beauty of the North Country in this Ogdensburg, NY museum.

Eisenhower Locks

Watch large sailing vessels pass through Massena, NY

On their way down the St. Lawrence Seaway.

Tibet's Point Lighthouse

This lighthouse, on the Historical Record, stands ready to guide navigators in Cape Vincent, NY.

Singer Castle

 Is a turn of the century historical structure located on Dark Island in the St. Lawrence River, built by Frederick Bourne, president of Singer Sewing Machine Company