Located on the waterfront in Kingston, we have a fleet of Recreational Kayaks, Touring Kayaks, Canoes and Stand Up Paddleboards. Boats can be launched right from the dock at our business or be taken off site to paddle the Rideau Canal Heritage Route
Bellevue House was once the home of Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada's first prime minister. Staffed by costumed interpreters, the house & gardens are kept much as they would have been at the time that Macdonald lived here with his wife and infant son.
Heritage Mica Days at Murphy's Point Provincial Park. Celebrate the history of the mica miners from 1908! Join us underground in the Silver Queen Mine, take to the mine trail in the dark for a Spirit Walk.
Take advantage of many opportunities for nature appreciation, education and recreation at this 394 hectare site throughout the seasons. There are areas of marsh, field and forest habitat and excellent outdoor recreation facilities.
Consists of three local clubs: Kingston, Central (based in Perth) and Ottawa. Members perform essential trail maintenance and plan local hikes & activities. For more details and local club contact information, visit www.rideautrail.org.
Built in 1914 for the Canadian Northern Railway Co., this National Historic Site has been restored to its original Edwardian splendour. Ride the rails on an antique track inspection vehicle, climb into a caboose, visit our Children's Area and more!