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We enjoyed a two-night trekking experience here for the first time. Very scenic trails; terrain varies from easy to moderately challenging for the trails we covered. The sites at camp cluster #6 are charming and picturesque. All camp sites are well laid-out: fire pit with...More
Frontenac Provincial Park is a stones throw from Kingston and a great drive from Ottawa. Staff are attentive and caring for Mother Nature in a way designed to help the human element impact the natural with little impact. I travelled in with a friend and...More
It is somewhat amazing and indicative of Canada's natural beauty that a park like this lies almost forgotten just north of Kingston. We visited in February, and there wasn't quite enough snow for snowshoeing, so we walked the trails, and were met with some stark...More
If you enjoy a good hike, Frontenac is the place to be. Changing landscape; lakes, rocks, woodland. Wildlife like beavers (we spent at least 10-15 minutes watching one from close distance munching away on lily leaves), birds, chipmunks, snakes, snapper turtles. Make sure to bring...More
Lovely hike, price for entry was hefty but wouldn't be so bad if I had others with me because it was $ per car not person. Will be back with friends next time to check out the other loops!
Also was given info on something...More
We spent three days doing day hikes in this park. The best one was the Slide Lake loop - over 20km and rugged. Beautiful views, though. 2nd favorite was the Arkon Loop, and last was the Great Salmon Lake Loop. It would be amazing in...More
I have been to Frontenac Prov Park a number of times now and I am always impressed by how well taken care of the park is. I have been to other local car camping parks in much worse shape, so considering it is all remote...More
I have driven through Frontenac Provincial Park many times and have hiked Rock Dunder twice. It is a beautiful area, and is a great place to visit for a day trip out of Kingston or on the way to Ottawa. Best accessed off highway 15....More
We visited this place for a day trip in fall 2015 to do some trekking and see some fall colours. We really enjoyed the trek which took over 4 to 5 hours or so. The fall colours were quite decent - we might have been...More