Thriftlodge Kingston East

1488 Highway 15, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 5M6, Canada
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Travel Tips for Kingston

St. Lawrence College

by Kentbein

The third in the Kingston universities series is St. Lawrence Community College. It provides education and training in applied arts, business, engineering technology, trades, health sciences and
human studies for individuals, businesses, industry and government.

St. Lawrence College of Applied Arts and
King and Portsmouth
Kingston, Ontario K7L 5A6
Telephone: (613) 544-5400
Fax: (613) 545-3923

With all of these schools and universities in one town, you are assured of finding an active nightlife in Kingston.


by Aryka

Kingston Summer Ultimate - great summer league if you're here between mid-May and August, but they also have free pick-up games at the fields at St. Lawrence College Mondays and Fridays at 6pm (check website for details after 2007). The age range of this league is about 20s-30s (no kids plz), and consists of both city residents and university students. Level of the game can be high, but people are pretty good about teaching if you don't know what you're doing. People tend to focus on the game at pickup, so I wouldn't go there to meet pick up, per se. Bring your cleats, if you use them, and a disc for the slim chance that absolutely no one else brought theirs. Don't forget the water!

Bellevue House

by Jefie

If you walk around historic Kingston, you'll notice plenty (PLENTY) of interpretation panels pertaining to the life of Sir John A. MacDonald, Canada's first Prime Minister.

Even though the MacDonalds didn't stay at Bellevue House for very long, Parks Canada chose to turn this beautiful Italian Villa into a museum because of its interesting architecture. The staff in period costumes are very knowledgeable and entertaining, which makes it a fun way to discover more - or shed some of the rumours - about the man featured on our five dollar bills.

Museum Ship Alexander Henry

by sunnywong

The Alexander Henry was built at the Port Arthur Shipbuilding Company and launched in 1958. It provided ice breaking service on the upper Great Lakes until 1984 when it was retired to Kingston.
It is the largest artifact in the museum collection.

Kingston With No Car: A Capital Day Trip from MTL

by Daniel_Williams

From the beginning of our walking tour, we could see what a historic town we'd set foot in. Viewed by Lasalle in 1669 and founded in 1673, this was originally a French commander's outpost, known as Fort Frontenac or Cataraqui; it was not until 1785 when the Loyalists fleeing the American Revolution arrived in number did the town change names to King's Town, later Kingston. Kingston was briefly capital of United Canada (pre-country) and was one of the choices for capital before Queen Victoria chose Ottawa's inland location on the border of Ontario & Quebec.

The overwhelmingly limestone architecture of a number of the city's principal buildings give the city a look quite different from that of Montreal from whence we came. From City Hall to Fort Henry to the Martello Tower to the Customs House to St. George's Cathedral to the Frontenac County Court House to the Murney Tower, the grandeur and importance of the city historically both as a political and as a military entity were clearly in evidence.

Our walking tour began from lovely harbour views near Confederation Park. We strolled past the charming Victorian homes and grand churches along King Street, cut through the peaceful city Park, admired the stately, imposing ivy-clad limestone walls and grassy grounds of the prestigious Queen's University and finished up at the Bellevue House where one of the nation's founders Sir John A. MacDonald once lived.

Kingston is also awash in natural beauty, located at the confluence of the Cataraqui and Saint Lawrence Rivers with Lake Ontario. The juncture of the lake and river I felt was best viewed from the pleasant MacDonald Park.


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Address: 1488 Highway 15, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 5M6, Canada