Some things to do...
Take a 1000 Islands cruise, experience 19th century military life at Fort Henry or visit Bellevue House, the home of our first Prime Minister, Sir John A Macdonald
Kingston has a great downtown with plenty of specialty shops with many unique items.
A travel destination with lots to offer!
Take the time to visit the historic City of Kingston while you are in town. To find out more about the many things to see and do in Kingston, visit the City of Kingston Tourism website.
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Camp is a great place to socialize your new puppy!
This camp is designed for those who love to have fun with their canine companion. With over twenty activities daily, the schedule includes something for dogs of all ages, big and small, junior and senior, purebred and mixed breed. Because of the variety offered, if you (or your dog) don’t enjoy one class, try another.
Or if you prefer to skip a class and walk across the road to Lake Ontario Park and watch the sailboats, that’s OK too!
TIMING AND LOCATION
Check-in and introductions are Sunday evening; classes run all day Monday to Friday, 8:30 am to 6 pm, with check-out Saturday morning.
“Campers” and their dogs stay in the college residence, and all your meals are served on site. Please bring enough dog food and treats for your canine friend to cover the week.
Classes are held on the college grounds, in secure fenced-in areas.
Residence rooms are single or double-occupancy suites, with a private bathroom, mini fridge and individually controlled air conditioning.