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Description of the Area

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Kingston cyclist walking with their bike through the parkKingston offers museums, historic military landmarks, and a vibrant downtown filled with great pubs and restaurants. For those seeking nature in the city, there are over 500 hectares of forest, fields and wetlands to explore in two Conservation Areas accessible from the Waterfront Trail in Kingston. 

  • Primarily on-road through Kingston.
  • Many waterfront parks are for pedestrian use only.
  • In some places King St. is narrow and busy.
  • Steep hill leading to Fort Henry (one of the steepest along the Trail).
  • East of the downtown core, the Trail runs along the paved shoulder of Old HWY 2.
  • Outside of downtown area, there are few stores and services available. McLachlan Woodworking Museum has washrooms and sells drinks and refreshments.

Local Map

Main Access Points (with parking) 

  • Lake Ontario Park - King St. east of Marshlands Conservation Area
  • Confederation Park - Downtown Kingston

Resources, Local Maps and Connecting Trails

The City of Kingston has a list of Trails on its website found here:

Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Trails regional trails can be found here:

Trail Connections

Rideau Trail

Tourism Information

How to Get there and Public Transit Information

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VIA Rail - National Passenger Rail service.
Bike racks are available on all trains equipped with baggage cars. www.viarail.ca
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Greyhound Station - at GO Station
Greyhound busses are not equipped with bicycle racks. www.greyhound.ca

Contact Information

(416) 943-8080
4195 Dundas St. West - Suite 227,
Toronto, Ontario M8X 1Y4

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