Day Trips from Kingston.
There are many exciting and beautiful places to visit within an hour's drive from Kingston.

Westport is located 30 minutes north of Kingston. Head out Division Street north, and experience one of the most senic drives. Every year thousands of people visit Westport to explore its historical past, to photograph its natural beauty, discover its artistic community, or to just kick back, relax, and unwind. Westport is an outstanding year-round destination; the four seasons providing diverse beauty, with plenty of recreational activities for visitors of all ages.

For Complete information abot Westport visit Westport, Ontario

Perth is located just 20 minutes north of Westport (50 minutes north of Kingston). Head out Division Street north, and experience one of the most senic drives in Southern Ontario. Passing through the village of Westport, head north to Perth. Every year tens of thousands of people come to Perth to attend its famous festivals and events, to explore its historical past, to photograph its heritage buildings, discover its artistic community, or to kick back and relax in one of its many parks.

For Complete information abot Perth visit Perth, Ontario

Smiths Falls is located 1 hour north of Kingston on Hwy 15. Situated in a picturesque area along the Rideau Canal, with over 90 acres of parkland, Smiths Falls is a beautiful town with plenty to see and do. There's fishing, hiking, tennis, swimming, boating, birdwatching, ball diamonds, lawn bowling, basketball, darts, hockey, squash, bowling, billards, shopping, good dining and overnight accommodations including hotels, motels and B&Bs. The list of things to do and see goes on and on. There is an in-town RV park and campgrounds right beside the Canal. Come by boat from Kingston up the famous Rideau Canal, there's plently of docking space.

For Complete information abot Smiths Falls visit Smiths Falls, Ontario

Belleville is located only 50 minutes west of Kingston on Hwy 401. Belleville is a waterfront city, situated on the picturesque Bay of Quinte. Known as "The Friendly City," Belleville has a population around 50,000. With all the modern amenities of a large metropolitan city. Belleville hosts a variety of festivals and parades with more then 100 events annually.

For Complete information abot Belleville visit Belleville, Ontario

Trenton is located 1 hour west of Kingston on Hwy 401, just 10 minutes past Belleville. Trenton Ontario is located at the western end of the Bay of Quinte, at the mouth of the Trent River, and is the gateway to the historic Trent-Severn Waterway. Touted as the "Playground of Southern Ontario" Trenton represents the get-a-way of all vacation destinations. Water water everywhere and lots of things to do.

For Complete information abot Trenton visit Trenton, Ontario or City of Quinte West, Ontario

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