LEMOINE POINT CONSERVATION AREA
1441 Coverdale Drive, Kingston, ON K7M 8X7 Directions
Lemoine Point is a woodland, field and marsh of 136 hectares, with a beautiful coastline. In all seasons, many opportunities for relaxation and enjoyment of nature are open. It provides the community has spectacular views, nature, hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, fishing, cycling, having a picnic, and bird-watching. Most trails are reasonably flat; some of them are broad and easy enough to be wheelchair accessible. There are two entrances at the north and south ends of the conservation area, each with its parking lot.
Swimming, Fishing, Picnic Areas, Nature Appreciation, Wildlife Viewing, Special Events, Snowshoeing, Cross-Country Ski Trails, Walking, Bird-Watching, Cycling, Privies & Washrooms
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LITTLE CATARAQUI CREEK CONSERVATION AREA
1641 Perth Road, Kingston, ON K0H 1S0 Directions
Little Cataraqui Creek is a conservation area owned and managed by Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority. It is 394 hectares available throughout the season. Marsh, field and forest habitat areas and also excellent outdoor recreation facilities are available. Little Cataraqui Creek provides many opportunities to enjoy nature, to educate and recreate. It flows through the reservoir that constructs for the water control and wildlife management purposes. A diverse range of animal and plant species can be found consisting of lake, marsh, field and forest ecosystems.
Canoe Rentals, Fishing, Seasonal Activities, Snowshoeing, Observation Tower, Education Programs and Summer Day Camps, Skating, Outdoor Centre, Cross-Country Skiing, Puppet Shows and Guided Tours, Privies, Picnic Areas, Bird Watching, Walking, Conservation Area & Snack Bar
Price: Adults $5.50
Children (12 and under) $3
Per Car $14
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MARSHLANDS CONSERVATION AREA
1214 Trailhead Place, Glenburnie, Kingston, ON K0H 1S0 Directions
Marshlands Conservation Area is a safe green space contains hiking trails, dog-friendly, boardwalks and many bird species. The current Rideau Trail and the parking lot are the facilities intended for these areas. The primary Kingston availability to the Rideau Trail is provided by the trailhead, which has 387 km of open and marked trails. It is being managed by Rideau Trail Association volunteers.
Boardwalks, Bird Species, Flowers, Dog-Friendly, Wetlands, Trees, Nature Trails & Golf Course