Visitors Heading to New York’s Thousand Islands March 22 as The St Lawrence Seaway is Opened for the 2012 Season Turn to Vacation Rental Organization for Accommodations

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Visitors form across the U.S. and Canada will attend Top Hat ceremonies to honor the first ships of the season at the Welland and St. Lambert Canals on March 22 as the lock gates to the St. Lawrence Seaway are opened, officially launching the 2012 summer season in New York’s Thousand Islands. Travelers have already begun booking private vacation home rentals in the Alexandia Bay region for the event, according to John Romano of Vacation Rental Organization.

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Everyone has a different idea of what constitutes the perfect vacation, and a big part of that is the accommodations you choose.

Visitors traveling to New York’s Thousand Islands for the March 22 official opening of the St. Lawrence Seaway are already booking their vacation home rentals in the Alexandria Bay region to attend the festivities that welcomes the first ships of the 2012 summer season.

As more private property owners make their vacation homes in the Thousand Islands available for travelers to rent, visits to are picking up as travelers schedule their spring and summer vacations and weekend getaways.

The Thousand Islands, a vacation paradise on the gentle waters of the St. Lawrence Seaway, cater to all types of summer travels – from the traditional family vacations, to destination weddings, weekend sailing trips and weeklong winery tours. Today’s travelers are looking for options when it comes to vacation home rentals, and they’re finding real value in the private Thousand Island vacation rental cabins, cottages, condos and houses available on the Vacation Rental Organization website.

The Thousand Islands region offers a hub for recreational boating, fishing, and outdoor activities. Its rich history and remarkable landmarks, including Boldt Castle and Singer Castle. Vacation cabin and home rentals in Alexandria Bay and other Thousand Island destinations are popular among many visitors who make this their summer vacation destination.

In recent years more and more travelers are searching for comfortable, well appointed vacation rentals, which is evident in the growing popularity of vacation home rentals in the Thousand Island area. Vacation Rental Organization provides an online resource for travelers to find accommodations that offer a bit of luxury, and something personalized and private.

“Everyone has a different idea of what constitutes the perfect vacation, and a big part of that is the accommodations you choose,” Romano says. “That is why we want to make every type of vacation rental available, so that a family of six can enjoy their visit and stay comfortably together under one roof, with a full kitchen, laundry room, and all the other extras one gets with a private vacation home.
“A couple on a weekend getaway can find a one or two bedroom cabin that is private, romantic, and also offers the home style amenities that make vacationing that much more comfortable and enjoyable,” he said.

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Property owners and managers also benefit from A listing on the site provides owners and managers the chance to gain maximum exposure. Thousands of travelers see the property listings on; with a commitment to renters, owners and property managers, quality connections are made through

With three different plans for listings, each client has the opportunity to have their property listed in the way that will work best for them. Unlike other services, owners and managers can list rental property affordably. Advertising dollars are well spent and the results speak for themselves. The listing service provided by offers owners and managers high quality leads that turn into customers.

The marketing options on give owners and management companies the most simple and affordable way to advertise their property or business. is not a broker and is not responsible for any transactions or dealings that may occur between the traveler and the homeowner or the property manager. For more information, visit the website.


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