The community park with its playground, picnic tables and municipal boat docks is an excellent place to look out over the Rideau Canal and recall when the village was a regular stop for 19th-century steamboats.
A natural environment provincial park located 15 km north of Hwy 401 off of exit #659. Featuring 238 campsites, 10 canoe/hike in campsites, summer nature programs for all ages, hiking trails, sandy beaches, boat/canoe launch, fishing & hiking.
The premier choice of Kingston's boating community. 300 slips for boats up to 50' long, 8' draft, fuel, ice, pumpout, mast crane, 45-ton crane, plenty of green space, friendly, professional service. Visit www.CollinsBayMarina.com.
This boat launch on Big Rideau Lake has a wide dirt road, a dock and a lift for larger boats. Accommodates boats up to 40 ft. Directions: 1 km north of Rideau Ferry, turn left (west) onto Coutts Bay Road, 2 km to Rideau Ferry Harbour.
A semi-wilderness 5,214 hectare park, situated on the Canadian Shield 45km north of Kingston. 22 lakes, 160 km of hiking trails and 48 interior hike/canoe-in campsites. Hiking, swimming, fishing, wildlife & back-country camping. Open year-round!
Full-service fishing lodge established in 1840. Located 20 km north of Kingston on Loughborough Lake, which offers excellent trout, large & small mouth bass, pike and panfish fishing. On-site marina with boat rentals, bait shop, fishing guides, etc.