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De bedste parker i Kingston

Park
“Great for kids with splash pad and large park. dog friendly and awesome for runs or walks. right on the water.”
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Park
“1440 Coverdale Dr, Kingston, ON. Lemoine Point Conservation Area is a 4.3 kilometer loop trail that features a lake. The trail is good for all skill levels and is used for hiking, walking, fishing, and canoeing. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash. Bring bird seed and whole peanuts. The adults and kids alike enjoy putting food in their hands and have the birds eat right from your palm. The blue jays will dive down and grab the peanuts. A nice quiet place for a walk and enjoy nature.”
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Hockey Arena
“Features a great water park to cool off in the summer months, a running track to keep fit, and a Farmer's Market each and every Sunday. ”
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“Beautiful to walk around and enjoy this part of natural Canada. If you go in the morning, buy a bag of seed from the centre (maybe $1) and hold you hand up with the seeds to feed the chickadees! They will land on your hand.They come to feed all year long.”
4 lokale anbefaler
Harbor / Marina
“A lovely park with a sand beach on the St. Lawrence River. Children love it, there is a great playground too.”
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Park
“Just a block away, City Park has climbing structures, soccer/cricket/baseball fields, picnic benches, splash pad in the summer and outdoor skating rink in the winter. There are sometimes food trucks set up over the lunch hour in the summer time, and frequent festivals (ArtFest, Poutine Fest, Food Truck festival, Women's Art Festival, etc)”
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“IF YOU HAVE A CANNINE THAT NEEDS A RUN...ALSO A NICE TRACK TO WALK AROUND FOR HUMANS TOO...5 MIN WALK”
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“A beautiful spot by the water to sit for lunch, lay in the sun or go for a swim. A local spot frequented by Kingstonians for cooling off and relaxing during the warmer months, and an amazing view of sunset over the water in the colder months. ”
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“In the colder months the waterfront is somewhat of a ghost town, but when the weather starts to warm up it is one of the liveliest parts of the city. The waterfront spans for eight kilometres and the possibilities here are endless. Explore the waterfront on foot, by bicycle, by tour bus or by boat. There are parks, beaches, cafés and shops, as well as stunning historic buildings. Sights found along the waterfront include the Rideau Trail, Kingston Penitentiary, Bellevue House and City Hall, amongst others. ”
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“We are also very close to Gould Lake Conservation Area. This area, owned and operated by the Cataraqui Region Conservation Authority, is traversed by The Rideau Trail and has side loops of its own through rugged terrain.”
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“Beautiful, large park with a splash pad for kids, big trees, picnic tables, baseball diamond, playground and food trucks as well as weekend events.”
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“Beautiful walking trails, waterfront views, picnics with friends, community events, great Pokemon Go stop!”
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“If you're playing tourist for a day, this is where you should start your downtown adventure!”
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“One of my best spots in Kingston. You can relax, exercise, sightseeing and more. ”
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