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1000 Islands / Kingston KOA

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#1 of 7 Specialty lodging in Kingston
At the gateway to the 1000 Islands, Kingston is a city rich in history, culture, critically acclaimed attractions and cuisine. Kingston is the perfect backdrop to your next adventure. Whether you visit for a day or for a week, one of the main attractions in this area are the 1000 Islands. Experience the tragic love story of Heart Island from one of the many boat lines servicing the Kingston area. Take a trip back in time when you visit the UNESCO world heritage site Fort Henry, open daily for visitors with regular live demonstrations. Or you can visit Bellevue House, home of the first prime minister of Canada, Sir John A. Macdonald. Kingston, just minutes from the campground, offers guests of every age and of every interest something to do.
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Self-Serve Laundry
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We arrived when it was raining, and we were given an RV site which was surrounded by water, and had to get wet feet to set up. The surroundings are nice, with lots of shade. The prices are extremely high for a campsite with $78 CDN for a KOA member for one night !! I assume we get to pay for all the amenities which we did not use of course due to rain, and time of year.
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We stayed here May 17th to the 20th mainly because we had purchased a new travel trailer and wanted to make sure everything worked before getting into our hectic camping season. We are really happy we did! We've got two children and a small dog and we were all thrilled with the way our long weekend went. Patrick and Amanda (the owners) are always doing something for the kids whether crafts or a "boat" ride in search of elusive fishing rods or just putting on a movie at night. Suffice it to say, our girls had a blast. They even used the heated pool! Our dog loved the time she spent in the large dog park they've setup! All amenities were well maintained and clean. We've had a very wet spring and expected the grounds to be wet and they were. Some of the sites were flooded out but, as the weather warmed, many of the sites were relatively dry by Sunday afternoon. While their sites don't have sewer they do offer a free honey wagon service and have three dump stations on the way out of the Kampground. We were very happy with our experience and will return.
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Stop #1 on our trip east. Our first experience with KOA Kampgrounds. Reservations were made with ease using TripAdviser, and then with email. I had to pay a deposit of one night with a credit card. Tent sites were a bit confusing, as there is no real clear marker of which side of the sign you camp. I originally set up camp on the wrong site. The unserviced tent sites are enormous. It close enough to Kingston to say Kingston, but its actually to the north, at the top of a long road up a big hill. Will absolutely come back
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This campground was right on the lake. Beautiful setting. The staff were very friendly and nice large sites. The location of the campground was less the an hour above fort Ontario and less then an hour south of Clayton Island tours, right in the middle of attractions. We are planning on going back next fall.
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Stayed here for 3 nights. Nice level sites with room. So much to do with the little one. The owners obviously have pride in ownership as they are always present. My daughter especially enjoyed "Captain Patrick's" wagon/boat ride. The grounds as a whole are very well maintained and updated. The only suggestion would be to replace the stone from around the jump pad with something softer. We have stayed at a few KOAs and this is by far the best. We will be return campers for sure.
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