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“Nice walk”

Lemoine Point Conservation Area
Ranked #10 of 107 things to do in Kingston
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed 9 August 2014 via mobile

Really nice trails. Unfortunately you cannot sit anywhere near the water. It's a great place to go for a run or even a walk with the kids. It will take about 1.5 hours if you take your time.

Thank Momike26
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Reviewed 29 June 2014

This is a large lump of land that sits on the lakefront but it is not a walk along the lakefront because the path is set back and there are trees obscuring the view. There are places which do lead to the water but not many. Plenty of birds and wildlife and joggersand picnic areas. A good place for a longer (easy to do 4-5 km) nature walk.

2  Thank GneissGirl
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Reviewed 19 May 2014

Isn't it funny how you can live in an area and never visit a certain place? Approximately an hour away from where we live and I had never had the opportunity to enjoy this conservation area in Kingston, Ontario. The kids and I enjoyed walking along the paths and looking out onto Lake Ontario.

Thank May S
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Reviewed 6 May 2014

This is a fabulous forest respite quite close to Kingston. It is somewhat difficult to find because there are none of the expected signs-just follow the signs to the Collins Bay Marina and as you pass it you will see signs for the Conservation Area. Well kept up trails either through the forest or along the lake. Should not be missed- bring a picnic or lunch!

1  Thank Jruedy
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Reviewed 17 April 2014

For those who love nature and want to embrace Canada in all seasons, this is the place to go!
There is not an entry fee, parking is free and there are walking and bike trails galore. In the winter, this place is great to cross country ski, walk or snow shoe.

One of the best and most exciting parts of this forested park which runs along the lake are the animals. Squirrels, chipmunks, deer, chickadees and more! Best part is, if you bring seed and stand very still, little chickadees will land on your hand and eat the seeds! It is endearing. Something nature lovers of all ages will enjoy!

If you have a dog and it is on a lead, it can enjoy the park too.

Find a comfy pair of shoes or boots and go check it out. If you love it, you can volunteer to help out.

1  Thank hmkhall
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