On May 12, 1997, just four days before it began its 100th Anniversary season, the Thousand Islands Inn was placed on both the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places. Four days later, as it opened for its centennial season, it was presented a Certificate of Special Recognition from the United States House of Representatives by Congressman John M. McHugh, declaring it one of the "Treasures of the North Country." It was also issued a Certificate of Merit by New York State Senator Jim Wright, on behalf of the Senate, in recognition of achieving a century of service to the 1000 Islands region.
Down through the years the Inn has hosted numerous celebrities, it is where Thousand Island Salad Dressing was first served to the dining public and today it houses the regions only national award winning restaurant.
The Inn also offers a complete array of Vacation Packages featuring local attractions, 1000 Islands boat cruises, white water rafting on the nearby Black River and sport fishing through its own 1000 Islands Fishing Charters service. 1000 Islands Diving Adventures offers complete bottle and wreck diving packages, taking full advantage of the crystal clear waters of the St. Lawrence River. All packages include deluxe accommodations in the Inn's recently renovated rooms, featuring a late 1800s country inn decor, complete with private baths and color cable TV and meals in the Inn's popular dining room taken from its award winning breakfast, luncheon and dinner selections.
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