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“Wild deer, innumerable birds, an osprey, rabbits, squirrels , chip monks and Mosquitos all in one hour walk.”

Lemoine Point Conservation Area
Ranked #6 of 109 things to do in Kingston
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed June 23, 2013 via mobile

Wild deer, innumerable birds, an osprey, rabbits, squirrels , chip monks and Mosquitos are all in one hour walk along the lake and woodland trails. There are numerous paths so your walk stroll or work out can be as vigorous or as leisurely as you wish. Remember to take repellant for mosquitos after a rain.

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Reviewed May 30, 2013

Lemoine is beautiful spring, summer, fall and winter! Nice wide paths for easy walking as you meander through the woods and along the water. It's great for family walks because you can walk in a group and not single file. You can see everything from wild deer to chipmunks and squirrels and the birds! Hold your hand out with birdseed and the chickadees will land for a seed or two! Great for photos! We love Lemoine Point.

Thank Linda F
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Reviewed May 19, 2013

we visited on the first nice days of the year and the carpark was packed but once you got onto the trails it was peaceful and didn't seem busy at all. Close to town and therefore easily accessable. Walks of all lengths through woods and by the water. trees were all still bare but there was birds, chipmunks and early flowers

Thank leedsnel
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Reviewed May 7, 2013

This is a beautiful area for a walk, marred only by the typical overcrowding on a nice day. Be careful when parking in the Front St. lot, though. I had my car window smashed in and various items stolen from my car not too long ago when going for a weekday walk.

Thank Alicia C
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Reviewed May 5, 2013

Several paths to choose from leading to the lake, lovely forest with lots of spring flowers, birds, we even saw 2 garter snakes. The trails could be signed a little better; make sure to take a photo with your cell phone of the trail map at then entrance before heading out.

Thank MDO44
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