Kingston is perfect for those wanting to enjoy great nightlife, pubs, local food, wineries and breweries. History lovers can enjoy visiting the Kingston Penitentiary and Fort Henry. Residents will enjoy the close proximity to the Thousand Islands. Also, New York state is easily accessible just across the lake. A ferry can be taken to Wolfe Island.
Kingston is a city on Lake Ontario, at the mouth of the Cataraqui and St. Lawrence rivers. It is known as the “Limestone City” because of its many heritage buildings built using local limestone. The city is midway between Toronto and Montreal. It is located 2 hours away from Ottawa.
The population of Kingston is about 136,685 people.
Locals love Convenience Top and Donald Gordon Hotel and Conference Centre. There is a surprising amount of green space with Rideau PS Park, Sunnyside Community Garden and Churchill Park near #1029 -652 PRINCESS ST, Kingston, K7L1E5, Ontario. Penny Robinson, M. Ed. is nearby. There are a number of museums and art galleries in Kingston including Linda Abbott Pottery. Entertainment near #1029 -652 PRINCESS ST, Kingston, K7L1E5, Ontario is easy to come by with Max sound in the neighbourhood. Local schools include Rideau Public School and Winston Churchill Public School. The neighbourhoods Hillendale and Calvin Park are nearby.