Andress Boat Works

Andress Boat Works is a small deep-water marina with a personalized approach. Our dockside service is friendly and welcoming to all from large cruisers, houseboat rentals, seadoo enthusiasts to kayakers and skiff rowers. We offer boat repairs through two different local mechanics, often already on site. We offer overnight dockage with power and are close to restaurants and other services. 


Hucks Marine & Resort

Hucks Marine and Resort is a full service marina featuring 7 factory trained Technicians on site year round for all your Mercury, Mercruiser, Volvo, Yamaha and Sea-Doo needs. 



Thousand Island Pleasure Diving

 Thousand Island Pleasure Diving is dedicated to providing you with a fun, safe, and adventurous diving experience in the the Thousand Island and St. Lawrence region. All of our fun, friendly staff are trained in the latest safety and first aid techniques. We are the leading diving charter in the region, and guarantee your satisfaction on every outing.  



Boathouse Restaurant and Inn

The Boathouse invites you and your family to enjoy casual family dining in our riverside restaurant or on the patio with a glorious view of the 1000 Islands and the St. Lawrence River.

Stay overnight in one of their beautiful rooms!


Cornwall's Pub & Eatery

Come join us for a great time and fantastic food in our cozy, casual environment. Our patio and Tiki Bar is perfect for the summer season.


Island View Waterfront Restaurant

 Enjoy breakfast on the patio. The Island View Restaurant offers a daily lunch buffet for our group tours.   



General Store & Gift Shop

 For a real taste of history, be sure to visit our Rockport General Store and Gift Shop. A true historic gem, it has a nostalgic theme befitting Rockport's heritage. Built in 1905, the store played a vital role in the day to day life in Rockport. 


Groceries & Convenience at Andress Boat Works

The RiverRock Shoppe is your summer stop to help you on your way by boat or car with many essential items. We are constantly expanding to help make your summer outings easier. We also carry a selection of newspapers and local folklore books. 


Rockport Lighthouse Country Store and RV Park.

 Chock full of goodies, the Country Store serves the community with ice cream, groceries, and snack bar.  As an Authorized Ontario Liquor Agency Store (LCBO) and Beer Store Retail Partner, we offer a varied selection of fine wine, domestic liquor and cold beer. The store is open 7 days a week and most holidays. 



Rockport Recreation Hall

The Rockport Recreation Hall offers a space for local and private events in the heart of the 1000 islands.


Rockport Barn

 We offer you the freedom to plan the party of your dreams. Our vision for The Barn is to allow you the flexibility to use whichever vendors, suppliers and services you'd like, to suit your occasion, without unnecessary restrictions or rules. You have exclusive use of the space for the whole weekend - lots of time to celebrate! 



Margot Miller Summerhouse Studio

 Silk screened clothing, hand painted clothing, floor cloths, table linens, twig furniture, workshops, in a beautiful setting overlooking the St. Lawrence River in Rockport, Ontario, Canada.


River Rock Shoppe at Andress Boat Works

 The gift shop in the RiverRock Shoppe has many items to choose from and we are extremely pleased to be presenting the hand-crafted work of several local artists. 


Barn House Gallery

 Located in the historic village of Rockport, looking onto the St. Lawrence River. The Barn House Gallery welcomes visitors to a bright and spacious interior that provides a striking contrast to the rich colours found in Kristine's oil paintings.  Oil paintings by Kristine Huck. Framed originals, reproductions on rag paper, as well as miniature paintings on canvas 


Blaise DeLong

 Blaise DeLong’s paintings explore and manipulate many of these color principles. Her art is within the Modernist tradition, which liberated artists from representational form. This reached its apogee with Abstract Expressionism and it is here that DeLong diverges.