Drummond Island

Escape your land-locked life for Drummond Island, where 140 miles of scenic shoreline surround 83,000 acres filled with hiking, biking, golf, and more. Board a vehicle ferry in DeTour Village and be transported to a place of unique land formations, rare plants and a diverse bird population. Fun can also be found beneath the water’s surface, with ample fishing opportunities for anglers and several shipwrecks available to divers. Multiple marinas and charter boats are available on Drummond Island, as are retail shops and a variety of eateries.

There’s much to explore by kayak or canoe, especially on the Drummond Island Heritage Water Trail, where points of interest are linked around a 60-mile loop. Both self-guided and guided paddling opportunities exist from the island, which is the perfect way to explore the islands, bays and coves that surround it. Board a charter boat from Drummond Island for the offshore DeTour Reef Light and enjoy a two-hour tour of the lighthouse. Climb to the top of the tower and enjoy the spectacular view that this one-of-a-kind vantage point affords. Back on the island, visit the Drummond Island Historical Museum for a glimpse back in time or hike to Marble Head, where a scenic vista awaits.