Ice-Binding Protein Conference:  Kingston Information          
August 3 - 6, 2011  Queen's University, Kingston Ontario CANADA

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Kingston Ontario is a city full of natural history with so many wonderful out door recreational and family activities to discover. Below are just a few useful resources to get you started as well as a few links to local events taking place in August.   Tourism Kingston   Canada's Penitentiary Museum   1000 Islands Cruises   The Grand Theater   Upper Canada Village Parks Canada   St. Lawrence Parks Commission   Confederation Tour Trolley   Old Fort Henry   The Boiler Room

Visitor Information
There are so many ways to stay active during your stay in Kingston.

There are many waterfront trails for walking and biking in Kingston that are near the Donald Gordon Center. The following links include trail locations, maps, rest locations and even rate the difficulty of each trail.
Kingston area walking Trails

Downtown Kingston waterfront trail

Cycling- Roads and Paths
Kingston Waterfront Trail

City of Kingston Kingston Ontario Running Routes and Maps

Rentals and Memberships
Ahoy Rentals

Locally owned and operated since 1997.  Located on Ontario Street.
Rentals Include:
  • Sailing
  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • Cycling Queen's University Athletics and Recreation Centre

  • Weekly memberships available for $16.00
  • Please contact
  • Gord Meacher
    Coordinator, Sales and Service
    613-533-6000 ext. 74728 Trailhead

Located on Princess Street.
Rentals Include:
  • Kayaking
  • Canoeing
  • Stand Up Paddle Boards and Paddles Cyclepath

Located on Princess Street.
Bike rentals by the day.

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