Explore the most popular trails near Kingston with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

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very easy trail, flat ground the entire time. Great views of the Lake.

I live close to Lemoine Park and walk there everyday. It’s my favorite park in Kingston. It’s huge and there are a lot à tracks and it’s very safe

1 month ago

I ride the KP all the time my family’s farm is adjacent to the trail and I grew up riding the Track on everything for three wheelers to horseback and some of my favourite moments have been spent on that strech of dirt...

walking
1 month ago

Not super interesting since it is flat and straight, but still neat that it follows an old rail line.

mountain biking
2 months ago

Very enjoyable ride! Great pizza,
at the “Pizza Place “in Harrowsmith afterwards.

We took our mini Aussie and had a great outing. Get there early, as it gets busy. Trails are clearly marked. Not difficult

I always enjoy coming here, you see different wild life almost every time. Rain or shine it’s a wonderful walk/run.

Decent trail, not much of a steep climb and Trail 1 hugs the water for the first half.

Perfect for taking your dog on a short walk or a casual hike with friends

walking
4 months ago

Not great for walking a dog because of the gravel but good for walking around Kingston

walking
4 months ago

this scenic and challenging trail leads you right into the heart of the most wild suburban neighborhood in all of Kingston. while out foraging with a friend....we encountered urban decay of a fallen "tree" and ran into two fierce bears..... the best part of this "hike" was the detour the the LCBO nearby.
this should not be in this app as a trail.

This conservation area offers a great selection of habitats; forests, grasslands, wetlands, and shoreline.

Great for warblers in the spring!

Went there yesterday for a short walk with my dog. I am always impressed with how well respected the area is. People stay on trails, no garbage, including dog feces, around the trails, and 98% of dogs leashed. Trails were dry and not many bugs.

6 months ago

Have biked, run and hiked it. Love being away from traffic to do it. One LONG hill, but lots of flat areas.

6 months ago

Not a trail. Sidewalk around a residential neighbourhood.

trail running
Sunday, October 15, 2017

My dog and I have spent many mornings running this trail, it is a staple for us!

Monday, October 02, 2017

not a trail

hiking
Friday, September 01, 2017

Absolutely loved this trail. Easy terrain but amazing variety of nature. We took a bag of peanuts and had squirrels, chipmunks and even birds eating right from our hands.

Walk here all the time! Not difficult, but great trails to just get out and enjoy some nature! Have seen deer before but mostly birds and lots of squirrels and chipmunks! Birds and chipmunks will eat seeds from your hands!

hiking
Saturday, May 20, 2017

pretty nice view of the water. great for dog walking overall great time.

Thursday, September 29, 2016

The K&P trail is an easy groomed trail following an old rail line. Every few Kilometers you cross a road. Very nice trail

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Very easy walk through the neighbourhood of Cat woods

walking
Saturday, May 14, 2016

Lemoines Point has always been a safe "go to" for a nice nature walk.
I've gone here since I was a kid, although over the years it's become so popular that it's lost a bit of the true nature feel.

on Cat Woods

walking
Saturday, May 07, 2016

just a residential area

Very easy trails. Some are wheelchair accessible which is good too. Right in Kingston so heavily used as previously stated by joggers and dog walkers. Deer can be sighted at times if it's not too busy as dogs will scare them off. Overall a pleasant, easy place to go for walking.

Easy trail for all ages. Very popular, heavily used by joggers, dog walkers, etc. Nice area but definitely not for a serious hiking experience.

1 month ago

mountain biking
3 months ago

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