1000 Islands / Kingston KOA Canada

Open May 1 - October 15

Reserve: 800-562-9178

Reserve: 800-562-9178

Info: 613-546-6140

Info: 613-546-6140

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2039 Cordukes Road

Kingston, ON K7L 4V4 Canada

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RV Sites, Tent Sites

Check-in: 12:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Accommodations

Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am

Camper Rating 4.5 out of 5

Based on 1000 Reviews

Local Area Activities

Make 1000 Islands Kingston Holiday KOA your home base for visiting beautiful Kingston and surrounding area. Shopping, hiking, boat trips and more are just minutes away from the campground. For any help planning your trip please ask our wonderful customer service reps in the office.

Sightseeing Tours of the 1000 Islands

See the beautiful Islands from the sky in a plane or a helicopter.
Experience the 1000 Islands a little different from everyone else by flying above them. Helicopter and plane tours available from Kingston airport.

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Canoe Trips

Several outfitters within the Kingston area can take groups of any size for 2-6 hour day trips for any skill levels.

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Hiking and walking trails

Within walking distance from the campground is the K&P Trail that will take you for a nice leisurely walk along a beautifully maintained trail.
If you're more adventurous visit Frontenac Park for hiking for all fitness levels.

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Boutique Shopping

Visit downtown Kingston for wonderful shopping in fantastic locally owned shops or find everything you need at the Cataraqui Mall. If you'd prefer a day trip take a drive to Westport for beautiful scenery, delicious cafés, and fantastic boutique shopping.

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Watersports on Lake Ontario

Sailing, Paddle Boarding and Kayaking are all wonderful ways to experience Kingston from the water. Lessons and equipment are available from multiple different companies in Downtown Kingston.
Paddle Board Yoga is available everyday downtown.

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Wreck Diving

Kingston has one of the richest deposits of wrecks in North America. Dive on 10' deep wrecks from shore or for advanced divers reach depths of over 150' and everything in between. 
Beautiful wrecks like the Wolfe Islander II, the Munsun, and the Marsh are just some of the great wrecks you can visit from one of many dive charters based out of Kingston.

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Take a trip back in time

Visit one of many historically significant locations in Kingston. While in Kingston you can visit Fort Henry, Kingston Penitentiary, Bellevue House, or Sir John A. Macdonald's final resting place and many more interesting and educational places in Kingston.

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Water parks

Kingston has multiple water parks to suit your every want. From splash pads to water slides and a lazy river no matter your desire Kingston has a wonderful water park for you and your family.

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