Great place for all ages. There is a big beach and a water spray area for young children. Lots of trees and grass, flowers. Great parking. Well worth a visit to see a place!
Kingston does not have a huge church, but the small churches can be said to be everywhere. After walking around three kilometers around the city hall for an hour, I saw no less than seven churches. Some of them are really super attractive.
City park is actually an attraction, but unfortunately I didn’t find this legendary park, but I’ve basically traveled around the city center. The low European-style bungalows are really eye-catching.
Ctrip's introduction is incorrect. The place identified by this address is not "City Park", but "City Hall", which is the city hall of Kingston and the Parliament building when Kingston was the capital of Canada. And City Park is about 3 kilometers south of the city hall and can be found on the map.
This park is good attraction in Kingston. 5 minutes walk to lake and other activities. The city park itself is beautiful and recommend visiting when local activities are hosted.
Great park to take a walk, and it has a statue of the best prime minister of Canada, Sir John a MacDonald. Take the time to take the walk.
While visiting Kingston we came across an Artfest made up 200+ artisans from Ontario & Quebec. What is nice is that we visit and walked along shady paths throughout the park. We truly enjoy outstandin...
Great park within a busy city. Interesting historical info about Sir John A. I hope that the statue stays as tribute to our first Prime Minister.
This amazing park right in the heart of Kingston has lots of places to walk, wonderful monuments and sculptures and a Splash Pad for the kids in the summer