We strive to make Riverbay Adventure Inn your home away from home. Whether your looking for a quick getaway or planning a longer term outdoor vacation, we will do everything we can to make sure your stay is as enjoyable as possible!
To treat each guest like they are a part of our family and have them leave with lasting memories of the Thousand Islands.
Enthusiastically Satisfied Guests
Realizing that guest satisfaction is our top priority.
Respect for the Environment
Recognizing that preserving the natural landscape of the area is of utmost importance.
Being a leader in green practices and not making any business decisions without thinking about the environmental impact they will have.
Understanding that we are part of a greater community and positively contributing to the local area.
Making it a priority to carry local goods in our store to stimulate local economic growth.
In 1959, Bill Stock took his first trip to the Thousand Islands. After that very first trip, he realized this was not a one-time vacation stop. The area had something magical about it: the stunning beauty of a river speckled with over 1,800 unique islands, the endless outdoor adventures, the serene small town feel, and the hospitality of the local people.
What started out as a small fishing trip with a few friends had turned into an annual escape, not only for Bill, but his entire family.
Bill, and his son Michael, decided to take their love of the river and area, and revitalized an old fishing camp. It was in 2009, nearly 5 decades after Bill's first visit to the region, Riverbay Adventure Inn was established.
From the very beginning, our goals have been to improve our accommodations and offerings, provide a warm and friendly atmosphere, and be affordable for people to enjoy the beautiful Thousand Island region. We hope you come out and visit; we would love to help you make it just as memorable as Bill's was!
Bill and Trina Stock, on a day Trip to Mary Island State Park
Bill Stock, next to a day's catch of Northern Pike, from one of his early trips to the Thousand Islands
Michael Stock, holding up a Perch caught in Blind Bay