Kingston Penitentiary Tour, 560 King St W, Kingston, Ontario
Tour Canada’s oldest and most notorious maximum security prison.
Fort Henry, 1 Fort Henry Dr. Kingston, ON K7K 5G8
In the 1800s the Fort was a major part of Canada’s military defences located as it was near to the Rideau Canada, Lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence River–a vital trading and communications corridor for the Nation. Today you can tour the site and enjoy a meal on the wonderful outdoor patio overlooking the St. Lawrence River and downtown Kingston.
Crysler Park Marina, 13480 County Road 2, Morrisburg, ON, K0C 1X0
Stunning park located on the St. Lawrence River within walking distance of Upper Canada Village and a 10km ride into Morrisburg (on paved shoulders). Visit for a day, set up your tent on a riverside site, or book a charming waterfront cabin.
Upper Canada Village, 13740 County Road 2, Morrisburg, Ontario
Step back into the 1800s as you tour through this heritage town. Over 40 buildings to check out and many great stories to learn. The Village is host to a number of very popular events throughout year.
Six beautiful sandy beaches (listed from east to west): Glengarry Beach, Woodlands, Mille Roches, Farran, Crysler Beach, Brown’s Bay.
The SLPC manages 10 popular campgrounds with tenting and cabin options on the Great Lakes Waterfront Trail. Most offer both tent camping and have a limited number of cabins.
Listed east to west (from Quebec border to Kingston)
Glengarry Campground (11 km from the Quebec Border)
Milles Roches, Woodlands, McLaren Campgrounds along the Long Sault Parkway (48 km from the Quebec border)
Farran Campground near the village of Ingleside (58 km from Quebec)
Upper Canada Migratory Bird Sanctuary Campground (63 km from Quebec)
Crysler Park Marina Campground (71 km from Quebec)
Riverside-Cedar Campground (74 km from Quebec)
Brown’s Bay Campground (157 km from Quebec)
Ivy Lea Campground (177 km from Quebec)