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Lemoine Point Conservation Area, Kingston

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Wildlife Area Nature / Park
Explore the 136 hectares (336 acres) of natural wonder at Lemoine Point Conservation Area. Trails will take you through lush forest, past picturesque field marshes, and along a 2,500 m (8,202 ft) waterfront hugging Lake Ontario and Collins Bay. Bring snacks and refreshments to enjoy on the picnic tables provided throughout the serene park. If you want to include some recreation here, fishing and swimming are both permitted in the area. For travelers who use our world travel planner, Kingston holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Lemoine Point Conservation Area and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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TripAdvisor
  • 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.  more »
  • This is a beautiful area of Kingston with wonderful places to walk near the lake. Lots of wildlife and it seems like the conservation authorities are finally doing something about the paths which are ...  more »
  • Lemoine Point offers a variety of trails. Be prepared to see deer and to feed the chickadees. Great for walks/runs all through the year.  more »
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  • Great conservation area. The water side is gorgeous and that is where I stay. Good spots along the way to swim. Very dog friendly but dogs must be leashed. It can get very busy at times and on nice days, which is to be expected.
  • Great place to walk bike roller skate etc. Lots of trail options for those who want to go on a nice long walk. Plaques throughout describing conservation efforts
  • I love Lemoine's Point. Make sure you safeguard with regard to tick bites.
  • One of my favourite birding spots, as well as a great spot to go for a nice walk. If only they had a visitor/interpretation center, it would be perfect.
  • Good place to take your dog for a walk with the kids.