Lyndhurst now has many barn quilts! The buildings at 101 Cook St and along Lyndhurst Road at 412, 436, 442, 461, 500, 516 and 628 now have very special adornments. More quilts are at 397 Lyndhurst Rd, at 141 Jonas St and at LB 1318
292 Spithead Rd., Howe Island, Gananoque, Ontario, K7G 2V6
613-542-2504 Contact: Jim & Irene Ellerton
Sept - mid-Nov. Weekdays 4 pm - dusk; weekends 9 am - dusk. Call to check which varieties are ready. Bateau Channel Orchard
Hours: As a farm business, our products and hours change with the Harvest
Online Store: Always open!
Apple Store: Open 10am-5pm Tuesday-Sunday (closed Mondays)
PYO: Open till Oct 16, 10am to 4pm.613-546-1690
1345 Washburn Road (Hwy 15 & Washburn Rd)
Kingston, Ontario K0H 2N0 Waddel Apples
Store Hours: Mon - Sat 8:00am-5:30pm All Year
And Sundays Labour Day To Christmas Day
2930 2nd Concession Road, Brockville, Ontario 613-342-6320
www.hallsapplemarket.com/. 80 acres of orchard which produces 29 varieties of apples. Come and pick your own fresh apples and visit our bakery and gift shop.
Open Mon-Sat 11am - 6pm; Sun 'til 5pm
408 Fortune Line Road
Rideau Lakes Township
Ontario K0E 1N0
Come visit us in the country!
Point your GPS to Latitude 44.5535229 Longitude -76.1695367
Phone: 613 928 2477
1 Fort Henry Drive, Kingston
Haunted walk – Join if you dare as you follow the tunnel with other “escapes”. Donning a Fort Fright hood, your sight will be taken away, allowing for all other senses to be heightened. Open October 1st Thurs – Sun (7pm-10pm) – October 20th – October 30th nightly. http://www.forthenry.com/events/fort-fright/
Open August 1st to mid-November 2016
Take the Kingston ferry to Wolfe Island. Turn right off the ferry and go left on Hwy 95 for 3.2 km. Watch for signs.
Hours of operation: 10:00am to dusk daily. Closed on Tuesdays.
Flashlight nights must be booked in advance.
Corn maze, pumpkin patch-pick in the field, pumpkin patch- already gathered from the field, beans, peas, pumpkins, raspberries, strawberries, pre-picked produce, picnic area, wagon rides
3208 Hughes Road, Kingston, ON K7L4V3
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. What is Available and Today’s Hours and Conditions?
October 15, 2016
OPEN from 10am-4pm for wagon rides, pumpkin picking and our corn walk!
We will be open EVERY Saturday and Sunday (10am-4pm) until the end of October and October 28th. (P.A day)
Open during the week for groups by appointment or by chance! Please always check ahead of coming as hours can change due to weather or crop conditions! Follow our twitter feed for hours and conditions:
Due to the lack of rain this summer the corn field adventure is better suited to younger children
Come and stroll through a hauntingly beautiful and spellbinding outdoor exhibit of close to 7,000 hand-crafted pumpkins, set against a stirring night-time backdrop just inside the gates of historic Upper Canada Village. Marvel at rejuvenated and eclectic displays of scenes from exotic places and historic ages, meet up with forest animals and sea-born creatures, see story book heroes, mythical characters, cultural icons and more .... all carved from pumpkins!
Dates & Times
Sept 30 - Oct 19 Thursday to Sunday 7pm - 10pm
Oct 10 Thanksgiving Monday 7pm to 10pm
Oct 20 - 29 Thursday to Sunday 6:30pm - 10pm
Oct 30 5:30pm - 10pm
Last Tickets Sold 9:30pm
Enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds the Town of Gananoque. The Gananoque trail system is made up of a 12 Km perimeter hike that may be enjoyed in a variety of ways. Enjoy a relaxed meander in the woods or along the river. Explore a town walk through old Gananoque.
Trailhead at 10 King Street, East
Take a self-guided walking tour of picturesque Gananoque. The pretty town on two rivers was first populated by United Empire Loyalist families. Its location on the north shore of the St. Lawrence river made it a desirable location for 1812 skirmishes, boat building, factories, mills, and eventually tourism. A few highlights include churches, bridges, a clock tower, a train engine, jail, and armoury. Stroll the sidewalks of Gananoque at your leisure with your Heritage Map (English or French) in hand, available at the Visitor Centre, or Town Hall. Also online at www.gananoque.ca.
302 Thousand Island Pkwy, Gananoque, ON K0E 1L0
Trail information: Low to moderate
Enjoy a hike on any one of the 5 trails found at Landon Bay. The grassy Garden Loop Trail runs by the raised gardens which are wheelchair accessible. Enjoy a breathtaking view of Landon Bay and the St. Lawrence River from the top of the Lookout Trail. Here you can see for miles over the St. Lawrence. The newer Bay Trail winds its way along Landon Bay itself so watch for loons or the occasional fish splashing in the bay.
The Landon Bay Centre is a 225 acre Ecological Reserve within the Frontenac Arch Biosphere Reserve and is in the famous 1000 Islands region, close to the Town of Gananoque. The Centre is maintained by The Barbara Heck Foundation, which is dedicated to protecting the environment with low impact facilities and activities.
2-km trail with easy and moderate hiking loops, Geocaches, Visitor centre with live animals, hands-on exhibits, Aboriginal stories, children's activities, Playground, Scenic river views & Picnic area.
Named in honour of the traditional Smoky Fire ceremony that took place with the Mohawks of Akwesasne at Mallorytown Landing in 2007, this trail leads past the facililties and offices that form the mainland base of Thousand Islands National Park. Planted red pines and many beautiful but exotic plant species line the trail, evidence that the area has been disturbed by humans for centuries.- Difficulty: Easy - wheelchair accessible; Trail length: 850 m; Hiking time: 20 minutes
Second-growth and successional forests are evident along this trail, which travels through what was once farmland and open fields. Significant tracts of land in the 1000 Islands region, settled and farmed by United Empire Loyalists in the late 18th century, is now returning to a more natural state. Difficulty: Easy to moderate; partially Wheelchair accessible; Trail length: 750 m; Hiking time: 15 minutes
A short, steep climb leads across Old River Road and into a diverse mixed forest ecosystem. Exposed granite bedrock and moderate rocky ridges characterize this hike. Difficulty: Easy to moderate; Trail length: 1.1 km; Hiking time: 25 minutes
1270 Thousand Islands Parkway (401 exit 675 or 685); Geocaches; 12-km trail network of easy to difficult trail loops; Wildlife viewing – Beaver Dam; Lookout points; Scenic wetland boardwalk
This relatively flat hike boasts beautiful sugar maples, large white pines and an incredible array of wildflowers in the spring. Keep your eyes open for mink, beavers and coyotes.
Difficulty: Easy to moderate; Trail length: 1.7 km; Trail hiking time: 40 minutes
A unique and fascinating hike showcasing the diversity of forests in Thousand Islands National Park. Enjoy views of Polly and Mud Creek while keeping your eyes open for soaring turkey vultures. Difficulty: Moderate; Trail length: 3.9 km; Loop hiking time: 1 hour and 45 minutes
Enjoy beautiful glimpses of creeks and scenic wetlands as you travel along the top of a ridge overlooking Mud Creek. Difficulty: Easy to moderate; Trail length: 1.7 km; Trail hiking time: 40 minutes
A pleasant hike around an old beaver pond along an easy trail that offers great views and the chance to spot wildlife. Difficulty: Easy to moderate; Trail length: 0.8 km; Loop hiking time: 25 minutes
From pine and oak ridges to white birch lowlands, this loop offers breathtaking views of both Jones and Mud Creek. Difficulty: Moderate; Trail length: 4.1 km; Loop hiking time: 2 hours
A picturesque trail through hemlock forest and past rare pitch pine trees to a rocky outcrop 14 metres above the Mud and Jones Creek wetlands. Difficulty: Easy to moderate; Trail length: 1.0 km; Loop hiking time: 25 minutes
A more challenging climb over forested ridges and past fascinating fern-covered rock faces.
Difficulty: Moderate; Trail length: 0.9 km; Loop hiking time: 20 minutes
A relatively flat trail past century-old white pine and red oak trees with a side loop that offers a glimpse of Jones Creek and its wetlands. Difficulty: Easy; Trail length: 0.7 km; Loop hiking time: 20 minutes
Marble Rock is named after a small hamlet that had three mills, post office, general store and tavern. Also located in Marble Rock, during World War I, was a mine that produced quartz used for early radios.
Trail information: Much of the trail is on or near exposed bedrock, which is part of the Canadian Shield. Marble Rock Conservation Area gives hikers challenging and picturesque terrain, featuring breathtaking views at the lookouts along both the North and South Trails. The diversity of the biosphere is evident at Marble Rock Conservation Area which is rich with flora and fauna. Deer, otter, beaver, blue heron, grouse, frogs, interesting insects and wild turkeys can be seen along the trail. Wildflowers, fungi, mushrooms, lichens, mosses, ferns and many species of trees including mature birch are sights to be seen throughout the conservation area.
Difficulties: Medium, High
Open May 15 - November 15 Open Dawn until Dusk. Instagram famous Rock Dunder is a wilderness area (230 acres) with carry in, carry out policies. The 3 trails include the Cabin Trail, the Morton Bay Loop, and the Summit Loop.
The Cabin Trail is an easy 1.3 km walk past a beaver pond, through mixed forest and a white pine plantation.
The Morton Bay Loop is comprised of two moderately steep sections to and from a small peninsular outlook over Morton Bay. The hike is 2km through mixed forest.
The Summit Loop is a 3.9km climb which runs alongside Dean's Island through a variety of forest, offering sneak peaks over rocky cliffs. The summit offers a panoramic view of the Rideau Waterway.
With its Instagram famous scenic lookout.
Fall Fun starts with a drive