Kingston is often considered the fresh water sailing capital of the world.
Fort Henry, built during the War of 1812, is a Canadian national historic site that once defended the Royal Navy Dockyards (which is now where you find Royal Military College of Canada). The fort was garrisoned until 1891.
The Kingston Public Market is Ontario’s oldest, dating to 1801.
Grass Creek Park is a 95-acre park with a large sandy beach on the shore of the St. Lawrence River. The park also hosts the MacLachlan Woodworking Museum and the annual Kingston Sheepdog Trials.
The MV Wolfe Islander III is a 55-car ferry that services the largest island in the riding.