The Briar Patch of Kingston Bed & Breakfast

385 Bath Road, Kingston, K7M 2Y1, Canada
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Boldt CastleBoldt Castle

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Travel Tips for Kingston

Sorry for the bad picture..but...

by Deus_ultima

Sorry for the bad picture..but this is the Royal Military College. There used to be a RMC in St-Jean-sur-le-Richelieu, Quebec, but the governement decided to close it and make Kingston the only RMC in the country.

Everything Outdoors

by Highbrae

North of Kingston, Ontario lies the Township of South Frontenac. Perhaps best known for Frontenac Provincial Park, one of the only wilderness campgrounds in Southern Ontario, it is wonderful area of trails, lakes and scenery. Whether your interests lie in exploring the wilderness of the park on foot or canoe, searching for that unique antique or artwork or just relaxing on a backcountry lake that area offers something for anyone who enjoys the outdoors.

Fort Henry

by Jefie

Fort Henry is a great place to learn more about Canada's military history and 19th century military life through captivating guided tours. A visit to the Fort, located on Point Henry, also allows you to enjoy some of Kingston's best scenic views.

There are lots of activities and special events taking place during summer so make sure to check Fort Henry's Website to get more information. Also, don't miss the "Ghosts of the Fort" haunted walk (www.hauntedwalk.com).

As stated earlier, do a 1000...

by hayward68

As stated earlier, do a 1000 Islands cruise. My family members who have visited from overseas have all enjoyed it when we took them for a cruise. Cruises are available of lengths from a couple of hours to a few days. You are able to see the lovely islands and sometimes stop at them.

Kingston, Bigger Cobourg

by themonkeyshavelice

"Greater Cobourg- Splendid Kingston"

Kingston is, as I have stated in my titles, simply a larger version of my hometown, Cobourg. It's right on the water, and, to make things even better, it's bigger! It has as much history, maybe a bit less, as Cobourg, and it is absoloutely beautiful as a bonus. The geography is gorgeous and the shopping is great. Kingston is truly a town meant for Kings.

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