We are under provincial orders to stay closed to overnight campers but are hopeful that the season will open soon. It is unlikely that when we do open we will be able to offer any of our usual activities or amenities.
At the gateway to the 1000 Islands, Kingston is a city rich in history, culture, critically acclaimed attractions and cuisine. Kingston is the perfect backdrop to your next adventure. Whether you visit for a day or for a week, one of the main attractions in this area are the 1000 Islands. Experience the tragic love story of Heart Island from one of the many boat lines servicing the Kingston area. Take a trip back in time when you visit the UNESCO world heritage site Fort Henry, open daily for visitors with regular live demonstrations. Or you can visit Bellevue House, home of the first prime minister of Canada, Sir John A. Macdonald. Kingston, just minutes from the campground, offers guests of every age and of every interest something to do.
If you would prefer spending the day at the KOA, we have activities for everyone. Have fun in our large heated pool, relax on our sundeck or lounge on your large site. Spend time with the kids looking for treasure in the mining station, riding around the camp on one of our pedal carts, showing off your golf skills on our 9 hole mini golf, or participate in one of our many themed weekends.
The 1000 Islands/Kingston KOA has "Big Rig" friendly level pull-thru 50 amp sites to accommodate every type of RV, or you can treat yourself to one of our deluxe sites with concrete deck, patio furniture, and a wooden swing. We also have Camping Cabins for 4-6 people and Deluxe Cabins with washrooms and kitchens. Whether you are a first timer or a full timer, we will be able to accommodate your needs.
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