Very clean with nice wooded trails along Lake Ontario. Free parking at both entrances. Take the stairs to the rocky beach or walk through fields and forest, lots of wildlife. You may even see a deer or two!
This is a favorite outdoor location for walking. I go in the spring with friends to look at the wildflowers in bloom. There are trilliums by the millions, hepaticas in many shades, tiger lilies, violets, the occasional jack in the pulpits, and others if one looks carefully. Early this spring we saw many red trilliums, they come out before the... 更多
This is one of my go to places for a quiet walk. The paths meander through the forest and along the waterfront. Lots of brave chipmunks and squirrels will come right up to you for food. You will also have the opportunity to feed the birds right out of your hand; chickadees, nuthatches and even woodpeckers will stop by. I've... 更多
Beautiful flat walks through native forests. A myriad of trails and pathways to follow, some along the water. Watch out you dont trip on a chipmunk or a squirrel, as there's plenty about. This is a lovely peaceful walk and not hard.
We love going to Lemoine Point for walks. I require flat trails for accessibility and lots of options for me for a nice walk.
We just spent a long weekend in Kingston and visited this area with our family. A very nice, well maintained, conservation area; dog friendly, easily walked trails. A very nice waterfront location and the natural habitat is easily accessible for all!!
Great place to hike or walk, surrounded by nature and the lake. The only downside is the lack of signage and maps in the conservation area, it's hard to tell where the paths lead and where you're situated.
West end of Kingston.ample parking. Lots of nature trails. One big loop or many cutoff. Good portion of the walk is right along Lake Ontario. Always a breeze so no bugs. Very enjoyable.