Lake Ontario Park, Kingston
About Lake Ontario Park, Kingston
Lake Ontario Park, Kingston - Address
Address: Kingston, ON K7M 9G9, Canada
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 08:00 am - 09:00 pm Details
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Lake Ontario Park is the Kingston’s largest urban waterfront park. Recently revitalized, it provides a glorious natural landscape drawing both visitors and residents for picnicking and scenic walks along the waterfront.
The park is the preferred place for evening walkers and joggers, family get together, sports activities etc. The view of the lake is breathtaking and the surrounding greenery is refreshing. There are parking lots available at the entrance and a playground nearby for children as well.
How To reach Lake Ontario Park by Public Transport
- Bus: Lake Ontario Park (south side of King)
- Country Club Drive (north side of King)
Restaurants Near Lake Ontario Park
- Pita Pit
- Juicy Kik
- Tim Hortons
- Harbour Restaurant
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Lake Ontario Park, Kingston Reviews - Write a Review
This park was completely redesigned and renovated by the City of Kingston around 2014. It has a spacious parking area just off King Street and paved trails throughout the park. One trail leads to the water park, another to a waterfront trail that heads east by the hospital and along the City waterfront, still another that heads northwest to join the Rideau Trail and still another that passes by two heritage designed washrooms on its way down a cement stairway to a dock by the water.
Beautiful park that has been renovated by the city. Nice walking paths, lots of green space, benches, and picnic tables. There are even some charcoal BBQs to use, just bring your own charcoal. Awesome splash pad for kids and other play structures as well. Public washrooms are available and there's ample parking.
They've done an amazing job with this park! It's great for families and adults alike. Lots of open green space, waterfront area, splash pad, beach volleyball, etc. It even has a boat landing! The park is fairly new so it has a lot of saplings that will look great once they grow into trees.
One of the refurbished parks in Kingston. Beautiful walking trail. Full children park with covered canteen area. If you are planning a run here there are some major hills at Lake Ontario Park.
It is a lovely park with a great splash pad and play area for children, a great area for picnics and throwing a frisbee or a game of touch football. The walking path leads you down along the waterfront with vistas of Lake Ontario in living color, past 'beaches' of water-smoothed stones begging to be skipped back into the drink. Past the stone buildings and along through the Birdfeeders Garden, across the little bridge and finally around to the Olympic Harbour. It is a lovely walk, canopied with huge trees and soothed or swept by the constant breeze off the Lake. On a hot Ontario summer day, this is a walk that cools and refreshes.
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