Kingston area campgrounds

Used to be that camping was quite a bit less in cost than it is today, even in the very competitive Kingston area campgrounds. Much like everything else, I guess. However, those that love camping – just love camping – for a whole host of reasons that are important to them.

Those of the camping set are invited to visit any of the Kingston area campgrounds and RV parks listed on this page. Along with the camping experience, you’ll have the whole gamut of Kingston sights and activities to take part in once you arrive.

In no particular order, here are some Kingston area campgrounds and RV parks.


Rideau Acres Campgrounds

Both a tent and RV campground, with RV’s for rent, about 10 minutes to downtown Kingston.
1014 Cunningham Rd.
Kingston K7L 4V3
Tel: 613-546-2711
More information: www.rideauacres.com


Desert Lake Family Resort

A tent campground, with a variety of rooms for rent too, about 40 minutes to downtown Kingston.
RR #1
Hartington
Tel: 613-374-2196
More information: www.desertlakeresort.on.ca


Bon Echo Family Campground

Serviced campsites & wilderness campsites, roofed accommodations including Yurts, about 90 minutes to downtown Kingston.
RR #1
Cloyne
Tel: 613-336-2228
More information: www.ontarioparks.com (Follow the links to Bon Echo Provincial Park)


Sand Lake Campground & Cottages

Seasonal and overnight sites, cottages, about 40 minutes to downtown Kingston.
5 Powell Bay Road
Elgin
Tel: 613-359-6361
More information: www.sandlakecampground.on.ca


Noahs Ark Family Campground & Waterpark

Please call for information.
1652 Brule Rd
Kingston
Tel: 613-634-1030


1000 Islands – Kingston KOA

Overnight and pull-through sites, about 20 minutes to downtown Kingston.
2039 Cordukes Rd.
Kingston
Tel: 613-546 – 6140
More information: www.kingstonkoa.com


The Three Little Cottages

Cottages only, about 30 minutes to downtown Kingston.
1863 Wellington St.
Battersea
Tel: 613-353-6889
More information: www3.sympatico.ca/three.cottages/

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