- 24 Hour laundry
- Fax service
- Free WI-FI
- Fully Stocked Store
- Gemstone Mining
- Group Meeting Area
- Heated pool with sun deck
- Ice Cream Socials
- Message centre
- Motorcycle Clubs
- Off-Leash park
- Oversized chess
- Pedal Karts
- Pucker Powder
- RV Clubs & Rallies
- Special Event Theme Weekends
- Tourist Information
- Wagon Rides
Spend some time with your kids at our campground activities available Victoria Day to Labour Day. We have a special theme weekend available every weekend through July and August. Ask our staff or check out our events calendar for a list of each theme weekend.
Look for treasure in one of our 6 mining rough bags. Find everything from fossils, to gold, to jewelry.
Ice Cream Social
Every Saturday evening throughout the main season, "Cow Elsa" and the rest of the herd, serve a variety of ice cream sundaes and toppings. Be prepared to "Moooooo" for cream.
Show off your skill on our newly renovated mini golf.
Join us every weekend for a special theme. Themes include: Reptile, Pirate, Hill Billy, and Halloween. Check out our upcoming events to see what is going on when you are visiting.
Yee-Ha Wagon Rides
Join Patrick on his unforgettable wagon ride across the campground during the main season. The tour takes you past all of our friends in the trees, on to our secret trail to "Toronto", then back to visit Clarabelle and Polly before we try to leave the campground to go to Tim's and get coffee for all the adults.
Campground EventsListing Calendar
Care Camps Big Weekend & Mother's Day Weekend May 9-11
Come out and celebrate Mother's day with us AND support a great cause. This year May 9th is the start of our first KOA BIG WEEKEND. Come camping on Friday May 9th and get Saturday May 10th for FREE in support of our KOA Cancer Care Camps.
Come and be pampered by our amazing staff, enjoy our free kids craft (No peeking Moms allowed) on Saturday as well as our Ice Cream Social and 50/50 draw for the KOA Cancer Care Camps. A special surprise will be delivered to all the moms on Sunday morning and free late checkout will be offered so you can enjoy your day with us without having to pack up and leave first thing.
Treat yourself to a great 2 for 1 weekend and relax. You've earned it.
Victoria Day Weekend May 16-19
Nothing says camping season is here like the crackle of the wood burning on the fire. Join us every afternoon for a wild hayride through the campground full of near misses that you won't be able to forget. Crafts on both Saturday and Sunday to keep everyone busy. Enjoy some of our delicious Ice Cream on Saturday night or try your luck with our 50/50 draw both supporting the KOA Cancer Care Camps.
Father's Day Weekend June 13-15
Show your dad how much he means to you with a fantastic Father's day weekend celebration. Start the weekend off right with NO CHARGE for all children under 18. Saturday we will be doing a fantastic FREE build with dad craft. Saturday afternoon dinners ready with a charity BBQ for the Cancer Care Camps followed by our famous Ice Cream Social. Stay late with us Sunday at no extra charge so you do not need to rush on your special day.
Canada Day Weekend June 27-30
HAPPY BIRTHDAY CANADA!!!
Celebrate the birthday of our great nation. Friday kicks off this fun-filled weekend with the start of our City Wide Scavenger Hunt, Crazy Hayride and the first day of sales for the 50/50 draw. The fun continues on Saturday with a fantastic Canada Day Craft, Costume Contest with prizes, Ice Cream Social in support of the KOA Cancer Care Camps, and many more great Canadian Activities. Sunday we will be having our Bike Decorating contest and Parade, the judging for the Best Decorated Site, more great Canadian Activities, the 50/50 winning number draw and the winners of the scavenger hunt will be announced. Join us after dark for our amazing Fireworks show right on the campground.
This weekend is going to be filled with amazing activities for you and your kids. DON'T MISS OUT!
Blast from the Past Weekend July 4-6
Take a trip back in time where bell bottoms and disco balls were everywhere. Spend your weekend playing giant twister, or teaching the kids how to be a hula-hoop master like yourself. Saturday will start with making your own Pet Rock that you get to keep (all the fun none of the mess!). Get messy with TIE-DYE* in the afternoon and then spend the rest of the day perfecting your Hula-Hooping or Big Bubble bubble gum blowing. Join us Saturday evening for the Ice Cream Social In support of the KOA Cancer Care Camps.
*Please note there is a small fee for the Tie-Dye activity.
Meet Your Hosts
"At the 1000 Islands/Kingston KOA we want to make sure that everyone has a great time. When you camp with us you are not only our guests, but also our family."Hans Wagner and his son Patrick are the father and son team who run the award winning 1000 Island/Kingston KOA at the beginning of the beautiful 1000 Island Region. Hans, a former CEO of a machine manufacturing company and Patrick, a recent graduate from a psychology program in Kingston are determined to make sure that every camper has an amazing experience when they are guests at the 1000 Island/Kingston KOA. “We both take a very personal approach to the campground and try to meet with each of our guests to make sure they are enjoying their time with us.” said Hans.
Patrick has been camping at KOA since he was 5 years old. “I remember sitting in class when I was very young not being able to pay attention to my teacher because I knew that by 6 o’clock that night I would be sitting by the campfire roasting marshmallows.” Patrick said. “When I heard that we were buying a KOA in Canada I was so excited. Even though I had to leave my friends and school in California I knew that it was going to be worthwhile when I could sit by a campfire every night.”
In 2012 Patrick graduated with his Bachelors Degree and was ready to part ways with the campground and begin a career in psychology. "It saddened me thinking that I would not be part of the AMAZING 1000 Islands/Kingston KOA family anymore but I thought I was ready to go on with my life. Within weeks I realized that I really missed the campgrounds atmosphere and knew that was where I belonged.” said Patrick.