1000 Islands / Kingston KOA Holiday General Campground Information
All noise must be restricted during quiet hours. This includes but is not limited to outdoor T.V.'s, Radio's and loud talking. You are welcome to stay around your campfire and share stories but please be respectful of the other guests.
Night owls and early risers welcome but please be respectful of others.
If you have any questions about our policy please call or email our office.
Please note that violations of our quiet hours policy will result in your removal from the campground without refund.
Our sites are spacious and dining tents are allowed to be used. We do not allow ANY supplementary sleeping accommodations (Tents) to be used on our sites. If you require additional sleeping accommodations we will be happy to make a reservation for a tenting site close to your site.
Our sites accommodate 4-6 guests depending on the site reserved. The maximum number of guests is 6. If you have more than 6 people please contact the office prior to making your reservation.
Visitors must register and pay at the office. Visitors are subject to the same rules at our guests are and will be removed without refund for breaking the rules of the campground. Visitors must leave the campground by 9:00 P.M. We reserve the right to limit or deny visitors to our campground.
Check-In and Check-Out
3 P.M. Check-In
11 A.M. Check-Out
Please note that early arrivals can be accommodated based on availability but are subject to a charge however; late departures are not available in our Cabins or Deluxe Cabins.
Tent and RV Sites:
12 P.M. Check-In
11 A.M. Check-Out
Please note that early arrivals or late departures can be accommodated based on availability but are subject to a charge.
8 A.M. - 9 P.M. June 19th - Sept 7th.
8:30 A.M. - 11 A.M. & 3 P.M. - 6 P.M. Sept 8th - Oct 15th.
Hours may be extended on weekends and holidays.
The invasive Emerald Ash Borer and Asian Longhorn Beetle has been spotted in Ontario and could cause significant damage to our beautiful forest. It is illegal to transport firewood. Any transportation must be reported to the MNRF.
Firewood can be purchased in the store or in Kingston.
Please help us save our beautiful forest.
Please do not allow unattended children in the pool.
Our pool is unsupervised.
Our pool is heated to 82F.
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.The Wagner Family are the host family of the award winning 1000 Islands/Kingston KOA at the beginning of the beautiful 1000 Islands region. Patrick, a Psychology major, and Amanda, a CYW and PSW, are determined to make sure that every camper has an amazing experience when they are their guests. "We both take a very personal approach to the campground and try to meet with each of our guests to make sure that they are enjoying their time with us", said Patrick.
Patrick is originally from Germany and has lived in Germany, the U.S.A. and Canada. Patrick has been camping at KOA's 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."
Amanda is a native of Gananoque, Ontario and has been camping for many years. "I have always loved the outdoors and really enjoy nature", she said. Amanda has been involved in family businesses her entire life and working with her family is a natural progression. A campground is a perfect environment to raise a family. As a young family, we insure a family-friendly atmosphere where kids have a fun-filled time and cannot wait to return and visit their friends.
The Wagner family have four wonderful children, Lucas (5) and Nathan (3) can usually be found driving their Jeep or electric ATV around the campground, while twins Alexandria and Anastasia are usually helping at activities or trying to play with their brothers.
The entire family loves working at the campground and can't wait to meet the next camper and hear their travel stories.