Cardinal / Ottawa South KOA Canada

Open May 1 - October 18

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Info: 613-657-4536

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609 Pittston Road

RR # 1

Cardinal, ON K0E 1E0 Canada

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Local Area Attractions

Village of Cardinal

Rich in history, the township of Edwardsburgh/Cardinal in Eastern Ontario sits just north of the St. Lawrence River.  Cardinal is central to many historical sites, attractions and museums.

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Boldt Castle

Boldt Castle is located in the 1000 Islands region of the St. Lawrence River.   At the turn of the century, the castle costs $2.5 million to construct and later over $10 million to restore.  It was built by George Boldt as a testament of love for his wife Louise.   Never occupied, construction was halted the day she died in 1904.   The castle is an opulent love story, even being built on Heart Island which Boldt made into the shape of a heart through fill he brought in by boat.

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Ottawa

The campground is just an hour away from Ottawa, Canada's national capital.    Parliament Hill, the Rideau Canal and the National Gallery of Canada are just a few of the many attractions the city offers.   Learn more at the city's official tourism site.

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Upper Canada Village

The Upper Canada Village represents Canada in 1860 and features authentic heritage homes that were relocated during construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway. All homes are staffed by "residents" in period costume, living and working with the routines of the day. Located east of Morrisburg, approximately 20 minutes from the Cardinal.

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Iroquois Seaway Locks

Watch boats travel from the Great Lakes to Montreal or on to the Atlantic Ocean!   Depending on water levels, boats are raised from 2" to 6 in the Iroquois Seaway Locks.   Last year's traffic included tall ships, Bluenose II, freighters, frigates, naval vessels and even a canoe!

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St. Lawrence and 1000 Islands Boat Tours.

Travel the St. Lawrence as your tour guide relates the history of the wars against the United States as well as the construction of the St. Lawrence Seaway when entire towns were relocated to allow boats in and out of the Great Lakes.   Tickets available at the Upper Canada Village in Morrisburg.     Or tour the 1000 Islands via boat as well on one of two major lines.   The cruises from Brockville take visitors to Jorstadt Castle and the cruises from Gananoque will dock at the famous Boldt Castle.

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Prehistoric World

Take the whole family and visit reproduced full size prehistoric animals displayed in realistic settings at Prehistoric World.  The largest sculpture, a Brontosaurus, is 24 metres (80 feet) long with a head reaching 6.6 metres (22 feet) into the air.  In addition to dinosaurs, the park also has a number of prehistoric mammals, such as a Woolly Mammoth, and a fossil dig where children can find dinosaur bones.  Located in Morrisburg, Ontario, approximately 20 minutes from Cardinal.

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St. Lawrence Scuba Diving

The nearby St. Lawrence river provides crystal clear water and excellent conditions for underwater adventure.   In Brockville, visit the Sea and Sky Scuba Dive Shop and Seeway Vision Dive Charter Service for instruction, gear and staff awaiting to help you explore the shipwrecks in the area.

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Queen Elizabeth Gardens

The Queen Elizabeth Gardens, located at the entrance to the Upper Canada Village Heritage Park, is spread across 50 acres and features a host of gorgeous flowers and trees.   The heart of the garden is the sunken Rose Garden made of 30 different varieties blooming and climbing roses.   Admission is free.

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Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary

Explore over 8 km of self-guided trails through protected wetlands to view and learn about waterfowl and other bird species.   Offers opportunties to hike, canoe and even cross-country ski.  Free to visit.   Located east of the Upper Canada Village near Morrisburg.

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Brockville

Visit Brockville, the City of the 1000 Islands, and discover the old world charm of Ontario's oldest incorporated community.   Brockville is host to countless festivals, events and activities.  Explore charming antique and craft shops and plan an evening at the theatre.   Enjoy challenging golf courses, lush green parks and docking facilities.   Big city variety with small town charm.

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Prescott

Prescott, also known as The Fort Town, is situated along the shore of the St. Lawrence River in Eastern Ontario.   Discover Canada's turbulent past at Fort Wellington which was built during the 19th century to defend the St. Lawrence River from American attack.   See demonstrations and participate in special events throughout the summer.

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Little Blue Church

Located west of Prescott, in a very old cemetery, is the final resting place of Barbara Heck and some of her relatives. Heck is credited with bringing the Methodist religion to North America.   The "Little Blue Church" dates back to the early 1800s.

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SOUTH MOUNTAIN FAIR-August 18 to 21, 2016

Take a trip to the South Mountain Fair to enjoy four great days of fun and entertainment.

Midway, Corn Maze. Children's Entertainment.  Meet and Greet with Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty.  (Sat & Sun)

Cost: All Inclusive Day Pass: $20/- unlimited rides, concerts and dances
Weekend All Inclusive Pass $50.  

Thursday Aug 18- Midway opens at 4:00pm. Opening Ceremonies 6:00pm, Truck Pull 7:00pm, Beer Garden with DJ opens 7:00pm. 


Friday, Aug 19- Kids Power Wheel Derby 6:30pm, Demolition Derby 7:00pm and Kerosene Creek Band 8:00pm

Saturday, Aug 20 - Live Entertainment 12-3:00pm, Greasy Pig Contest, Baby Contest, Pet Contest, Pizza Eating Contest, Saddle & Harness Show, Truck Show and Shine, Petting Zoo.  TERRI CLARK 8:00pm and Blackwell Bank 10:00pm,

Sunday, Aug 21:  Church Service, Poultry Show, Heavy Horse Show, JR Farmers Olympics, Petting Zoo, Kids Mountain of Fun Tent, Antique Tractor Pull, Minature Horse Show.   Unwound 1:00pm and Mark Wills 4:00pm. 

Visit www.southmountainfair.ca for more details.

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Brockville Aquatarium

The Aquatarium offers a full range of interactions & activities for kids, teens and adults, as guests are encouraged to experience the 1000 Islands region as its never been seen before. From hands-on interactive exhibits to personal encounters with native wildlife, the Aquatarium seeks to rekindle a passion for learning and engage visitors in the distinctive history, culture and environment of the 1000 Islands.Learn about the complex and varied ecosystems of the St. Lawrence River in the Aquaria displays and Otter Experience, where youll get an up-close look at some of the many diverse animals and natural wonders of the region.Through our interactive explorations, youll discover the history and culture of the St. Lawrence River and 1000 Islands region. Visit the past in the Magedoma yachts cabin, which uses high definition video to send visitors on virtual historical adventures. Then, sail back in time in a reconstructed 18th century warship and get a fishs eye view of the legendary Keystorm shipwreck. How many other Ontario getaways can take you on a voyage through time?Youll explore river transport with the SS Kingston and see firsthand how the river generates hydroelectric power at our Power of Water discovery experience. And for those who cant get enough science, we even offer unique classes in our Water Lab, where participants will perform fascinating experiments and even build underwater robots. Put your nautical science discoveries into action at our Ropes Course, where youll experience what its like to climb through the rigging of a 1000 Islands tall ship. Theres even a 40-foot plunge vertical AquaDrop!And dont forget to plan future 1000 Islands and Ontario getaways at our 20' interactive Wall Map, where weve joined with our RiverQuest partners to help you discover even more attractions in the 1000 islands to explore! These interactions & activities and more await you at the Aquatarium, one of the newest and most anticipated Ontario getaways available.

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