Comfort Inn 1000 Island

785 King St. E., Gananoque, Ontario, K7G 1H4, Canada
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Pier to the ferry to the USPier to the ferry to the US

Skirting Lake Ontario's shorelineSkirting Lake Ontario's shoreline

The islandsThe islands

in front of fort henryin front of fort henry

Travel Tips for Kingston

Good web information addresses

by Kentbein

(I pulled this photo off the web to provide you with an idea of the city and how it lays out. Most of my own photos taken while there failed to turn out, so my apologies for not providing my own shots. )

Here are a few good web addresses if you are trying to look up something about Kingston:

KINGSTON (General)
http://www.city.kingston.on.ca/

EDUCATION http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/relsites/collnews.html

NEWSPAPER
http://www.thewhig.com/webapp/sitepages/

RADIO
http://www.flyfmkingston.com/
http://www.1037thepoint.com/ There is a lot more information about Kingston and plenty of websites to search beyound those listed above, but those are the ones I'm giving you here. If you need other information I recommend you enter one of the sites above and start looking for specific links that interest you.

Have fun. Kingston is an exceptioanlly interesting town and I'm sure you will appreciate what it has to offer.

Rideau Canal/Old Fort Henry - Now a UNESCO Site

by Highbrae

When they moved the Capital of Canada from Kingston (yes it was the first) to Ottawa where it was safe from American invasion (some things never change) they needed a way to get supplies to the middle of the wilderness. Enter the Rideau Canal, which is still a working canal with locks and quaint towns along the path from Lake Ontario at Kingston to Downtown Ottawa near the Parliment Buildings. At the Kingston end of the Rideau Canal stands Fort Henry, plan your visit from May to September when University and College students from across Canada make up the Fort Henry Guard. Wednesday nights offer the world famous Sunset Ceremony. complete with canons and 1800's uniforms.

1000 Islands Skydeck (1000 Islands area)

by sunnywong

The 1000 Islands Skydeck is a unique tourist attraction, the only one of it's kind in the 1000 Islands. Running continuously, the elevator takes only 40 seconds to reach the first (glass enclosed) of three observation decks and provide visitors with a spectacular photographic opportunity as they enjoy the panoramic view of the 1000 Islands and St Lawrence River stretched out 130 metres or 400' below.

Fort Henry

by Deus_ultima

This was a major defence point for the British army.It's considrered as a national historic site. It was built in the early 1800's as a first line of defence for the Rideau Canal. It was the biggest and most costly outpost in America..

Unfortunately, It's only open from May to October, so we didn't get to go in..
:(

BUT it's a MAJOR attraction in Kingston

A City Full of History

by Jefie

Founded in 1673, Kingston is one of "Upper Canada" (Ontario)'s oldest and finest cities. Because of its proximity to Lake Ontario, the city enjoyed much prosperity during the 1800s, which resulted in its being chosen as the first capital of the united Upper and Lower Canadas, before it was moved to Ottawa.

Today, Kingston retains much of its historic beauty, but each year new flocks of students arrive - Kingston is home to both Queen's University and the Royal Military College of Canada - thus keeping the city young, vibrant and alive. A great place to stop when travelling from Toronto to Montreal, and vice versa!

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 Comfort Inn 1000 Island

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Comfort Inn Gananoque
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Address: 785 King St. E., Gananoque, Ontario, K7G 1H4, Canada