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Lemoine Point Conservation Area

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1441 Coverdale Drive, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
+1 613-546-4228
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dont forget the birdseed, sunflower seed are the best!

We walk the dog here all the time. You can see deer, Blue Jays, Downy Woodpeckers even the local... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
809sheryla
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Kingston, Canada
Relaxing way to wander

Nice quiet walking path near Lake Ontario. Lovely way to stretch our legs while driving around... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Tina S
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1441 Coverdale Drive, Kingston, Ontario, Canada
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We walk the dog here all the time. You can see deer, Blue Jays, Downy Woodpeckers even the local farm's pig, when he gets loose! Gravel based and plain ground paths that can get muddy and icy depending on the time of year. Lots of...More

Thank 809sheryla
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Nice quiet walking path near Lake Ontario. Lovely way to stretch our legs while driving around Canada.

Thank Tina S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We walk Lemoine Point as often as we can. The trails are well kept and an easy walk. Our family loves to be outside and this is a perfect spot. Many people feed the wildlife here while some may disagree with this and the park...More

Thank Amber M
Reviewed 16 August 2017

This is a really great place to visit, be it on your own, or with your family. There are quite a few little spots to stop at and feed the chickadees who will come to your hand if you have seed (and sometimes even if...More

Thank Trevor_stone
Reviewed 19 July 2017

My daughter attends Ryerson for photography. We went to Lemoine Point to find a spot to photograph a project she was doing and also enjoy the nature. Both were successful.

Thank Nadine T
Reviewed 10 July 2017

We have walked here on numerous occasions in both winter and summer. Very relaxing and plenty of possibilities to see wildlife such as birds and squirrels. Well maintained and easily accessible.

Thank Peter B
Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

My mom and my son headed to the point to take advantage of the beautiful fall scenery. It is a photographrs dream so many fantastic spots to discover on the many paths throughout.

Thank Tara Y
Reviewed 22 June 2017

It is so quite you hear the birds sing and water running and have soft wind kiss you face. Nothing can compare to this. Butterfly's dance from flower to flower. You see life and almost feel a part of the trail .Children are hushed by...More

Thank Annmarie C
Reviewed 16 June 2017

Only had a bit of time to explore some of the trails that interlace the area. One very nice feature is that some trails are only for hikers and joggers while others are mixed use with bicycles. A big plus for me was no use...More

4  Thank Old_Tyme_Farmer
Reviewed 1 June 2017

Absolutely beautiful. Keep going back year after year. Wonderful site for a short walk or long hike. Bring your camera and some bird seed to feed the birds.

Thank Kitty K
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