2006 Jayco Jay Flight
2006 Jayco Jay Flight
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Situated on the eastern shoreline of Lake Ontario, right next to the mouth of the St. Lawrence River is the city of Kingston. Located 20 minutes away from Odessa, Kingston is a convenient stopping point for anyone traveling from Toronto to Montreal. Kingston is a vacation destination in its own right, loved by many RV campers, history buffs, festival-goers, and outdoor enthusiasts. In fact, tourism is an integral part of the city’s economy, so those who choose to spend their holidays here will enjoy top-tier hospitality and entertainment.
In addition to an abundance of natural beauty, Kingston also boasts several cultural and historic sites. Guests come here to learn about aboriginal culture, early French settlers, and Kingston's military history during the early 19th century. For a brief time, Kingston was even the capital of Canada.
To fully appreciate both the natural and cultural attractions of the city, plan to camp in a motorhome rental in Kingston. Book an RV in Ontario or search for RV rentals near Kingston in some of the nearby cities like Harrowsmith (25 minutes away) and Belleville (55 minutes away).
Stretch your legs and learn a lot about Kingston by joining the city's historic walking tours. There are around a dozen tours on offer. Most of the tours are easily walkable, lasting less than an hour. Along the way, you'll see some of Kingston's most architecturally significant buildings and homes. Amble through the old business district, or snap photos of the beautifully preserved collection of buildings from 1812. Some of the tour options include the Portsmouth Village walking tour, the Tett Centre tour, and Sir John A.'s Footsteps tour. Some tours are self-guided while others feature downloadable audio guides.
Kingston also has over 200 parks where you can go for a stroll, walk your furry friend, and have a picnic with friends and family. Some of the parks even have RV camping sites. One of the biggest parks worth checking out it Lake Ontario Park. This park is home to a huge waterfront that features a splash pad, playground, cobble beach, and pathways for walks and hikes around the waterfront. If you're visiting in winter, hit the supervised ice skating rinks at City Park.
Finally, scenic cruises of the Thousand Islands are one of the most popular attractions in Kingston. Choose your tour, board the ship which departs from downtown Kingston, and expect to spend three hours experiencing the Thousand Islands from a unique perspective complete with live music, entertainment, and fine dining.
One of the places where you can park your camper rental in Kingston is 1000 Islands / Kingston Holiday KOA. Sites come with 50-amp electric hookups and can accommodate RVs up to 73 feet long. You also get to enjoy other amenities to make your stay more memorable and engaging, including a heated pool, mini-golf, pedal karts, and special events and themed weekends.
Another option for camping in an RV rental in Kingston is Rideau Acres. This campground comes equipped with full-hookup sites. You can spend your days hiking, playing bingo, boating, competing in sports on the playgrounds, and much more. You can also book a site via phone or online. Check the campground's events schedule to see what's happening during your stay.
If this is your first time in Kingston and you want to visit as many attractions as possible, check to see if a K-Pass is available. This seasonal, all-inclusive pass grants you access to museums, city tours, and even the cruises we mentioned earlier. The pass will grant you admission to Fort Henry, which is a fortress built to protect the royalty of Kingston during the War of 1812 and was later reopened as a museum. You also get to visit The Murney Tower, which is one of the oldest museums in town showcasing multiple military exhibits.
The Kingston Penitentiary was the oldest maximum-security prison in the country until it shut its doors in 2013. Now open to the public, this iconic attraction once imprisoned Canada's most nefarious criminals, including serial killers. Charles Dickens and Ernest Hemingway both visited the prison and wrote about their experiences. Today, you can tour the penitentiary and see the prison cells, solitary confinement sector, and the gymnasium.
If you get tired of all of the history lessons and tours, you might want to have some indoor fun. In Kingston, you'll find awesome escape room experiences where you can play detective, solve puzzles, and figure out how to escape. For those who love video games, there's a place where you can enjoy a wide variety of virtual reality experiences. This will be a treat for the kids and adults alike.
Once you get hungry and feel like treating yourself, head to Queen Street, where you'll find a large concentration of restaurants. Choose from a variety of cuisines, like Greek, Asian, Chinese, Vietnamese, vegan, burger joints, and many more. If you need gas for your Kingston motorhome rental, or if you need some general supplies, both stores and gas stations can be found all throughout the city.