1000 Islands / Kingston KOA

2039 Cordukes Road

Kingston, ON K7L 4V4 Canada Canada

Reserve: 800-562-9178

Info: 613-546-6140

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Local Area Attractions

Visit Kingston and travel through time in Canada's First Capital, tour the 1000 Islands with one of the many cruise lines, dine at one of the many delicious restaurants or spend the afternoon walking along the waterfront stopping at any of the local vendors. Our knowledgeable staff will be able to direct you to all the gems in this beautiful city. Kingston is the perfect location for your vacation or "stay"-cation.

Boat tours to the 1000 Islands Photo

Boat tours to the 1000 Islands

Let us arrange a cruise for you to enjoy the magnificent views of the 1000 Islands. There are 1½ hour and 3 hour cruises departing daily. Treat your family to a lunch or sunset dinner cruise through the islands up the St. Lawrence River. Kingston 1000 Island cruises starting only minutes way from the Campground. WE HAVE DISCOUNT COUPONS AVAILABLE.

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Old Fort Henry Photo

Old Fort Henry

Fort Henry national historical site is Kingston's award winning premier historic attraction and outdoor military museum. Fort Henry presents a fun and stimulating visitor program daily from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Retrace the soldiers steps at Fort Henry and watch the Guards perform military drills, changes of guards and the artillery detachment fire the "big guns". Don't miss the spectacular sunset ceremony every Wednesday in July and August. For more information www.forthenry.com

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Bellevue House Photo

Bellevue House

This house is a rare and fine example in Canada of Itallinate Villa Architecture. Bellevue was home to Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first Prime Minister. Today, the house is a national historic site, commemorating Macdonald's contribution to the development of Canada. Visit Bellevue House and be part of the costumed interpreters' day-to-day life in the 1840's. For more information www.parkscanada.gc.ca

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Confederation Tour Trolley Photo

Confederation Tour Trolley

Discover Kingston, relax and let the guides take you through an exploration of the historic sites and attractions of Canada's second oldest city. Highlights of this entertaining 50 minute tour include the Royal Military College, Fort Henry, Fort Frontenac, Penitentiaries, Olympic Harbor (home of the 1976 Olympic Sailing), Bellevue House (residence of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first Prime Minister) and Queens University.

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Rideau Canal Waterway and Locks Photo

Rideau Canal Waterway and Locks

The Rideau Canal Waterway is arguably the most scenic waterway in North America. The Rideau Waterway, a Canadian National Historic Site and a designated Canadian Heritage River, consists of a series of beautiful lakes and rivers connected by canals. It stretches from Kingston, at the foot of Lake Ontario, to Ottawa, Canada's capital. It is the oldest continuously operated canal in North America. The locks are operated today much as they were when first opened in 1832. For more information www.rideau-info.com

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Historic Farmers Market (Starting May)

May 1 - Sep 30, 2014

Fresh local produce in Springer Market Square every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday open 8:30am-4:00pm.

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Movies in the Square Photo

Movies in the Square

Jun 19 - Aug 29, 2014, Every Week

Grab your lawn chair and come down for another great season of Movies in the Square in Spring market square. Movies shown every Thursday at dusk.

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Artfest Kingston- Kingston's largest Summer Arts and Craft f

Jun 28 - 30, 2014
City Park
Kingston, ON K7L2V7

Artfest Kingston is Kingston's largest FREE 3-day summer art and craft festival. Located in beautiful City Park, this years Artfest will host over 140+ artists and artisans from across Ontario and Quebec for Canada Day weekend. Enjoy a fine selection of pottery, glass, wood, leather, clothing, jewelry, gourmet food, and more.
Artfest Kingston will also feature unique arts programming for families, including: Artfest Kids art activity centre, a new International Foodfest area, and live music, dance and circus arts performances. Patrons are also invited to participate by painting the Celebrate Canada Mural Project. No previous art experience is necessary.

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Sunset Ceremonies in July and August Every Wednesday Photo

Sunset Ceremonies in July and August Every Wednesday

Jul 2 - Aug 27, 2014, Every Week

At 8:30 p.m. every Wednesday evening throughout the summer, the rattle of marching troops and the thunder and light of cannons and fireworks will thrill local residents and visitors alike. Featuring more than 60 participants, the ceremony is actually a series of events depicting elements of Fort Henry's historic past. Three units of the Fort Henry Guard - the drill squad or infantry, the drum corps, and the artillery - each put on a parade and presentation. As well, the three groups together present a battle sequence. This is followed by the traditional lights-out ceremony. The large guns on the east battery are fired, after which the flag is lowered and an evening hymn sung. The evening wraps up with an impressive display of fireworks over Fort Henry hill.

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Sunset Ceremonies in July and August on Saturdays Photo

Sunset Ceremonies in July and August on Saturdays

Jul 5 - Aug 31, 2014, Every Week

At 8:30 p.m. every Saturdays evening throughout the summer, the rattle of marching troops and the thunder and light of cannons and fireworks will thrill local residents and visitors alike. Featuring more than 60 participants, the ceremony is actually a series of events depicting elements of Fort Henry's historic past. Three units of the Fort Henry Guard - the drill squad or infantry, the drum corps, and the artillery - each put on a parade and presentation. As well, the three groups together present a battle sequence. This is followed by the traditional lights-out ceremony. The large guns on the east battery are fired, after which the flag is lowered and an evening hymn sung. The evening wraps up with an impressive display of fireworks over Fort Henry hill.

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