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SPORT TOURISM & FACILITIES GUIDE Kingston, Ontario – A Sport Tourism Destination


TOP 5 REASONS TO HOST YOUR SPORT EVENT IN KINGSTON 1. LOCATION

4. TO SEE AND DO

Kingston is accessible by car, rail, air, coach or boat.

Kingston was the first capital of Canada making

Via Rail connects the city daily to Montreal, Ottawa

it rich in history. Tourism attractions such as the

and Toronto. Additionally, Kingston Airport (YGK) will

Kingston Penitentiary, Fort Henry, 1000 Islands Boat

be undergoing a major expansion, to be complete

Cruise, Bellevue House, Kingston Trolley Tour and

in 2019.

Kingston Food Tours are just some of the unique activities that you can experience during your stay.

2. STATE-OF-THE-ART SPORT FACILITIES Kingston offers newly built and legacy facilities -

5. DINING

from Richardson Stadium at Queen’s University to

Kingston has one of the highest restaurants

Portsmouth Olympic Harbour.

per capita of any city in Canada with over 140

3. OVER 5,000 ROOMS IN THE CITY Kingston offers a variety of accommodations, from waterfront hotels to residences at Queen’s University and St. Lawrence College. In the summer months, the residences open up and the city has approximately 5,100 rooms available. From September to June, Kingston has approximately 2,500 accommodation rooms from hotels, motels, B&B’s and inn’s.

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See the back page for more tourism information.

restaurants and cafes to choose from. Kingston will meet the needs of large events and groups through various catering and dining options.


WELCOME TO KINGSTON, ONTARIO

TABLE OF CONTENTS Top 5 Reasons to Host Your Sport Event in Kingston ......................................1 Welcome to Kingston, Ontario.............2

As the gateway to the 1000 Islands and the UNESCO designated Rideau Canal, Kingston is a city rich in history, culture, critically acclaimed attractions and cuisine. Located directly off highway 401

Queen’s Athletics & Recreation Centre.................................3

half-way between Toronto and Ottawa, two of Ontario’s largest cities, Kingston is easily accessible through ground, air and rail transportation.

Rogers K-Rock Centre.............................4

Our central location just minutes from two US border crossings makes Kingston the perfect backdrop for your next event.

Invista Centre.............................................5

Kingston offers sports organizations and event rights holders a

Kingston Military Community Sports Centre & Dome.............................6

wide variety of facilities supported by a community of hospitality professionals dedicated to making your event a winner. With critical acclaim as the freshwater sailing capital of the world, and state-ofthe-art sport facilities including nine multipurpose sport venues and over 100 different sport venues – from soccer fields to hockey rinks – Kingston has every sport season covered. Most facilities are located within a short walk or drive to our 5000+ accommodation rooms and 140+ dining establishments. At Tourism Kingston, we pride ourselves on offering a variety of

Kingston Arenas........................................ 7 Kingston Sports Fields............................9 St. Lawrence College.............................. 12 Golf & Curling........................................... 13 Kingston Marina’s.................................... 15

high-quality event support services and incentives designed around your group’s needs. Services include:

Portsmouth Olympic Harbour............. 16

• Bid preparation and support

Specialized Facilities.............................. 17

• Financial support

Stay in Kingston...................................... 19

• Coordination with facilities, accommodation providers, sport organizations and the business community • Connection with local media contacts and potential sponsors • Visitor experience support

Experience Kingston.............................. 21 Try Kingston’s Recipe for Success................................................22

• Measurement using the Sport Tourism Economic Assessment Model (STEAM) to assess your event’s economic impact

We look forward to welcoming you and your team to Kingston.

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SPORTS • Aquatics • Water Polo • Racquetball • Dance Studios • Basketball • Volleyball • Badminton

QUEEN’S ATHLETICS & RECREATION CENTRE 284 Earl Street

¬¬ www.gogaelsgo.com

–– 613-533-2500 ÓÓ facility.bookings@queensu.ca

• Contact Sports • Fencing

FACILITIES • 38X25m Pool • Main Gym Seating 1,904 • Underground Parking

Queen’s Residences are a perfect “Athletic Village” for any large sports event held in Kingston. Offering both air-conditioned accommodation in our newer buildings (512 beds) along with the more traditional non air-conditioned budget rooms (1000 + beds), we can accommodate the budget and space requirements of most sports organizations’ requests during the summer months.

• 2 Weight Rooms • 3 Cardio Zones

Queen’s University features the Queen’s Athletics & Recreation Centre

• 2 Racquet Courts

(ARC), a state-of-the-art facility featuring a gymnasium with seating

• 8 Squash Courts

for 1,900; an upper gymnasium with space for multiple courts; fitness

• 2 Gymnasiums

centre; indoor 25m pool; squash and racquet courts and multi-purpose

• 2 Combative Rooms • Fitness, Wellness, and Dance Studios • Locker, Laundry & Towel Service • Personal Training • Meeting Rooms • Concessions • Ticketing • Seating up to 2,904 • Main Gym Seating 1,904

SPORTING EVENTS HOSTED • 2019 Football Canada Cup • 2018 & 2017 Futsal Canadian Championships • 2017 & 2012 CFL Training Sessions • 2016 U Sports National Women’s Rugby Championships • 2015 OUA Women’s Basketball All-Star Game

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rooms. Queen’s offers 3 artificial turf fields and Richardson Stadium, a natural grass stadium with capacity for over 10,000 people.


ROGERS K-ROCK CENTRE

SPORTS • Ice Hockey • Figure Skating • Lacrosse • Ringette

1 The Tragically Hip Way

 613-650-5060

• Curling

 www.rogersk-rockcentre.com

 MPollard@Rogersk-rockcentre.com

• Volleyball • Court Sports

Located in the heart of Kingston’s historic downtown, the Rogers K-Rock Centre (KRC) is the largest indoor entertainment venue

FACILITIES

between Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal. The KRC is a state-of-the-art

• 85’ x 200’ Ice Surface

5,700 seat multi-purpose facility with the capability to host a variety

• Luxury and Group Suites

of events including concerts, stage productions, hockey, curling, figure

• Media Center

skating, trade shows, conferences and community events.

• Meeting Rooms • Sound System/Video Scoreboard • Concessions • Dressing Rooms • Officials Rooms • Seating Capacity 5,700 Hockey • Seating Capacity 6,700 Events

SPORTING EVENTS HOSTED • 2016 World Junior Championship Pre-Tournament Games • 2015 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships • 2014 World Junior Championships Pre-Tournament Games • Cheer Evolution March Madness (Annual) • 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts • 2011 BDO Canadian Open (Capital One Grand Slam of Curling) • 2011 International Men’s Volleyball • 2010 Skate Canada International • 2010 OHL All-Star Classic • 2009 IIHF World Junior

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SPORTS • Ice Hockey • Figure Skating • Lacrosse • Ringette

FACILITIES • Four 85’ x 200’ Ice Surfaces • Dressing Rooms • Officials Rooms

INVISTA CENTRE 1350 Gardiners Road City of Kingston Facility Booking Office

–– 613-544-4442 ext. 1800 ÓÓ facilitybooking@ cityofkingston.ca

¬¬ www.cityofkingston.ca/ invista The INVISTA Centre is the city’s premier recreational facility ideal for large tournaments and events. There are four NHL-sized ice pads,

• Meeting Rooms

large concourse areas, pro shop, meeting rooms and a full state-of-

• Upper Viewing Gallery

the-art fitness facility. This venue has the ability to host a variety of

• Large Concourse Area

tournaments, trade shows, conferences and other community events.

• Pro Shop • Canteen • Seasonal Dry Floor Space (Limited) • Seating (3 pads) 250 • Seating (1 pad) 750

SPORTING EVENTS HOSTED Kingston is proud to host events at the Invista Centre, which has achieved Gold Certification under the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) rating system overseen by the Canada Green Building Council. • Hockey Canada Minor Events

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KINGSTON MILITARY COMMUNITY SPORTS CENTRE & DOME 11 Navy Way

–– 613-541-6000

¬¬ www.rmc.ca

SPORTS • Fitness Centre • Basketball • Volleyball • Badminton • Combat Sports • Squash • Aquatics • Fencing

The KMCSC is located on the grounds of CFB Kingston and features

• Fitness

the SAM Gymnasium and the Anderson Field House, which offers

• Soccer

several configurations for a wide range of sports. The facility also

• Rugby

features squash courts, an indoor 25m pool, climbing wall and fitness area. Located within walking distance are four full-size fields, tennis courts and the Constantine Arena. A $5M sports field and dome was constructed to accommodate soccer and rugby. The Dome features a 75m x 110m synthetic turf that meets the requirements of FIFA and the Standard Rugby Union.

FACILITIES • 2 Full-size Basketball/ Volleyball Courts • 6 Squash Courts • 25m Pool and Diving Boards • Locker Rooms • Team Rooms • Officials Rooms • 3 Meeting Rooms • Seating Capacity 2,000

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Cataraqui Community Centre and Kinsmen Arena City of Kingston Facility Booking Office 1030 Sunnyside Road

KINGSTON ARENAS Kingston’s arenas are home to several

–– 613-544-4442 ext. 1800 ÓÓ facilitybooking@ cityofkingston.ca

¬¬ www.cityofkingston.ca/arenas SPORTS • Ice Hockey • Figure Skating

sport organizations that host tournaments

• Lacrosse

every year. With state-of-the-art facilities,

• Ringette

such as the Rogers K-Rock Centre and

• Speed Skating

INVISTA Centre, a centralized location, great accommodations and lots to see

FACILITIES

and do, Kingston is the ideal spot for your

• 85’ x 200’ Ice Surface

next hockey, curling, ringette or figure

• 100’ x 200’ Ice Surface

skating event.

• Dressing Rooms • Meeting Rooms • Canteen • Dry Floor (April-August) • Seating Capacity (Cataraqui Arena) 500 • Seating Capacity (Kinsmen Arena) 300


Kingston Memorial Centre City of Kingston Facility Booking Office 303 York Street

–– 613-544-4442 ext. 1800 ÓÓ facilitybooking@ cityofkingston.ca

¬¬ www.cityofkingston.ca/arenas SPORTS • Ice Hockey • Figure Skating

Powerplay Centre

• Lacrosse

820 Gardiners Road

• Ringette

–– 613-634-9919 ¬¬ www.powerplaycentre.com

• Roller Derby

FACILITIES • 90’ x 200’ Ice Surface • Dressing Rooms

SPORTS • Ball Hockey • Inline Hockey

• Officials Rooms

FACILITIES

• Meeting Rooms

• Outdoor Surface

• Media Center

• Bleacher Seating

• Concessions

• Scoreboard

Centre 70 Arena

• Dry Floor (April-August)

• Team Benches

City of Kingston Facility Booking Office

• Seating Capacity 2.500

100 Days Road

–– 613-544-4442 ext. 1800 ¬¬ facilitybooking@ cityofkingston.ca

ÓÓ www.cityofkingston.ca/arenas SPORTS • Ice Hockey • Figure Skating • Lacrosse • Ringette

Constantine Arena (CFB Kingston) 7 Navy Way

–– 613-541-5010 ¬¬ www.tinyurl.com/ constantinearena SPORTS • Ice Hockey • Figure Skating • Lacrosse • Ringette

• Curling

FACILITIES • 85’ x 200’ Ice Surface • Dressing Rooms • Meeting Room • Canteen

FACILITIES • 85’ x 200’ Ice Surface • Dressing Rooms • Dry Floor (April-August) • Space to support seating for 1,500

• Dry Floor (April-August) • Seating Capacity 400

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Bayridge Secondary School 1059 Taylor-Kidd Boulevard

–– 613-389-8932 SPORTS • Football • Soccer • Rugby

KINGSTON SPORTS FIELDS

• Basketball • Court Sports

FACILITIES • Full-size Natural Grass Field • Outdoor Electronic Scoreboard • Full-size Gymnasium

Kingston features over 50 sport fields from newly built stadiums and large multi-plexes to neighbourhood fields.

• Locker Rooms • Bleacher Seating

Caraco Home Field 1350 Gardiner’s Road City of Kingston Facility Booking Office

–– 613-544-4442 x 1800 SPORTS • Football • Soccer • Rugby • Field Hockey • Track & Field

FACILITIES • 8-lane, 400m track with rubber surface built to International Association of - Athletics Federation (IAAF) standards • Seating for 1,500-3,000 • Turf Field • Throwing Field

Cloverdale Park 1030 Sunnyside Road • 4 Softball Diamonds


Frontenac Secondary School

Lasalle Secondary School

789 Bath Road

733 HWY 15, R.R. #2

–– 613-389-2130

–– 613-546-1737

SPORTS

SPORTS

• Football

• Football

• Soccer

• Soccer

• Rugby

• Rugby

• Basketball

• Basketball

• Court Sports

• Court Sports

Navy Bay Fields (CFB Kingston) 11 Navy Way

–– 613-541-5010 ¬¬ www.tinyurl.com/

FACILITIES

FACILITIES

• Full-size Natural Grass Field

• 5 Full-size Natural Grass Field

• Outdoor Electronic Scoreboard

• Outdoor Electronic Scoreboard

• Full-size Gymnasium

• Full-size Gymnasium

• Locker Rooms

• Locker Rooms

• Bleacher Seating

• Bleacher Seating

John Machin Field 1307 John Marks Ave

Loyalist Collegiate & Vocational Institute

–– 613-546-4291 x1800

153 Van Order Drive

• 4 Full-size Fields

–– 613-546-5575

• Field Lighting (2)

• Turf Field

SPORTS

• Bleacher Seating

• 2 International Soccer Fields

• Football

FACILITIES

• Soccer

Holy Cross Secondary School

• Rugby

1085 Woodbine Road

• Court Sports

–– 613-384-1919

• Basketball

FACILITIES

SPORTS

• Full-size Natural Grass Field

• Football

• Outdoor Electronic Scoreboard

• Soccer

• Full-size Gymnasium

• Rugby

• Locker Rooms

• Basketball

• Bleacher Seating

• Court Sports

FACILITIES • Full-size Natural Grass Field • Outdoor Electronic Scoreboard • Full-size Gymnasium • Locker Rooms • Bleacher Seating

militarysportscentre SPORTS • Soccer • Rugby • Touch Football • Ultimate

FACILITIES

Regiopolis-Notre Dame Catholic High School 130 Russell Street

–– 613-545-1902 SPORTS • Football • Soccer • Rugby • Basketball • Court Sports • Volleyball, Badminton

FACILITIES • Full-size Natural Grass Field • Outdoor Electronic Scoreboard • 2 Full-size Gymnasiums • Locker Rooms • Bleacher Seating

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Woodbine Park

Tindall Field

City of Kingston Facility Booking Office

Queen’s University Union Street at Albert Street

1180 Woodbine Park

–– 613-545-1902 ÓÓ facility.bookings@queensu.ca ¬¬ www.gogaelsgo.com

–– 613-544-4442 x 1800 ÓÓ facilitybooking@ cityofkingston.ca

¬¬ www.cityofkingston.ca SPORTS • Soccer • BMX • Baseball • Beach Volleyball • Touch Football • Ultimate

FACILITIES • 5 Full-size Soccer Fields • 3 Beach Volleyball Courts • 4 Baseball/Softball Diamonds

Richardson Stadium and West Campus Fields

• 1 BMX Track

Queen’s Athletics & Recreation

• Lighting

284 Earl Street

• Canteen

–– 613-533-2500 ÓÓ facility.bookings@queensu.ca ¬¬ www.gogaelsgo.com

• Field

• Washroom Facilities • Bleacher Seating

SPORTS • Touch Football • Rugby • Soccer • Lacrosse • Ultimate • Field Hockey

FACILITIES • Nixon Field • Full-size Natural Grass Field • Outdoor Electronic Scoreboard • 2 Full-size Gymnasiums • Locker Rooms • Bleacher Seating

Westbrook Dome 651 Genge Road

–– 613-389-4653 SPORTS

SPORTS

• Touch Football

• Football

• Soccer

• Soccer

• Field Hockey

• Rugby

• Ultimate

• Lacrosse

• Rugby

FACILITIES

FACILITIES

• 3 Artificial Turf Fields

• Indoor Driving Range

• Football and Rugby Uprights

• Four 90’x200’ fields

• Stadium Lighting

• Overhead Lighting

• IRB Approved

• Gas Back-up Generator

• Can be lined for a variety of sports

• Auxiliary building of 13,000 sq.ft. with office space, on-site storage and meeting rooms

• Seating for 350+ (West Campus) • Seating Capacity for 10,000 (Richardson Stadium)

• Dressing Room • Nutrition Cafe

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ST. LAWRENCE COLLEGE 100 Portsmouth Avenue

 613-544-5400

 www.stlawrencecollege.ca St. Lawrence College offers a variety of facilities suited for both Outdoor and Indoor Activity. Outdoors, St. Lawrence features a FIFA regulation sized soccer pitch, 2 beach volleyball courts, and a rugby pitch. Both the soccer pitch and the rugby field are fully fenced with bleacher seating, and the Soccer pitch is equipped with full flood lights for night activity.

SPORTS

FACILITIES

• Soccer

• Gymnasium

• Rugby

• 2 Change Rooms

• Volleyball

• Showers

• Basketball

• Therapy Room • Seats 300 with 2 fully retractable bleachers • FIFA regulation sized Soccer pitch • 2 Beach Volleyball courts • Rugby Pitch

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GOLF & CURLING Golfers visiting Kingston are treated to extraordinary opportunities as the area boasts several challenging courses all offering pro shops and equipment rentals, food services and lessons. There are 14 golf courses in the Kingston area and over 25 within an hour’s drive. Greater Kingston Curling (GKC) features five curling clubs and is home to one of Canada’s oldest curling clubs, the Royal Kingston Curling Club. The curling community is vibrant and healthy in Kingston and is home to several bonspiels and curling events on an annual basis.


Loyalist Golf & Country Club

Belle Park Fairways 731 Montreal Street

1 Loyalist Boulevard

–– 613-549-1433 ¬¬ www.cityofkingston.ca/golf

–– 613-352-5152 ¬¬ www.loyalistcc.com

• Driving Range

• 18 Hole Course

• Practice Facility

• Driving Range

• Clubhouse

• Pro Shop

• Snack Bar

• Clubhouse & Banquet Facility

Cataraqui Golf & Country Club

Royal Kingston Curling Club

961 King Street W.

–– 613-546-1753 ¬¬ www.cataraqui.com • Private • 18 Hole Championship Course • Driving Range & Pro Shop

130 Days Road

Garrison Golf & Curling Club 12 Red Patch Avenue

• Clubhouse & Banquet Facility

–– 613-546-4952 ¬¬ www.ggcc.on.ca

• 6 Curling Sheets

• Private 18 Hole Course

–– 613-546-2243 ¬¬ www.royalkingston.com • 6 Curling Sheets • Banquet Lounge and Bar • Pro Shop • Conference Room

• Driving Range

Colonnade Golf & Country Club

• Pro Shop

2789 Woodburn Road

• 6 Curling Sheets

–– 613-542-6411 ¬¬ www.colonnadegolf.ca • 18 Hole Course • Driving Range • Pro Shop • Clubhouse & Banquet Facility

• Clubhouse & Banquet Facility

Glen Lawrence Golf Club 2022 Hwy #2 East,

–– 613-545-1021 ¬¬ www.glenlawrence.com • 18 Hole Course • Driving Range • Pro Shop • Clubhouse & Banquet Facility

Westbrook Golf Club Landings Golf Course & Teaching Centre 1060 Len Birchall Way

–– 613-634-7888 ¬¬ www.thelandings.ca

3651 Genge Road

–– 613-389-4653 ¬¬ www.westbrookgolfclub.com • 18 Hole Course • 9 Hole Par 3

• 18 Hole Course

• Walking/Biking Trails

• Driving Range

• NEW Sport Dome

• Pro Shop

• Driving Range & Pro Shop

• Clubhouse & Banquet Facility

• Clubhouse & Banquet Facility

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KINGSTON MARINA’S

Kingston Yacht Club 1 Maitland Street

–– 613-548-3052 ¬¬ www.kingstonyachtclub.com • Sailing • Sailing School • Full Service Fuel Facilities

CFB Kingston Yacht Club Yacht Club Lane

–– 613-541-5011 ¬¬ www.cfbkyc.com • Sailing • Sailing School

Collins Bay Yacht Club 1270 Coverdale Drive

–– 613-389-4455 ¬¬ www.collinsbaymarina.com/ cbyc • Sailing/Boating • Sailing School • Treasure Island • Kingston Marina • Full Service Fuel Facilities • Launching Services • Dock Hands & Marina Staff • Washrooms & Showers • Telephones

Confederation Basin City of Kingston

–– 613-546-4291 Ext. 1823 ¬¬ www.cityofkingston/marinas • 350 Slips • Sailing/Boating • Fishing • Marina Office with Visitor Information • Electrical and Water available • Washrooms and Showers • Laundry Facilities • 24-hour Security • Dock hands & marina staff


PORTSMOUTH OLYMPIC HARBOUR 53 Yonge Street

¬¬ cityofkingston/marinas

–– 613-546-4291 Ext. 3152 ÓÓ olympicharbour@ cityofkingston.ca

SPORTS • Sailing • Boating • Fishing

FACILITIES • 250 Slips • Dry Sail Berthing for Winter Storage

Built as the sailing venue for the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal,

• Launching Services

Portsmouth Olympic Harbour continues to host several provincial,

• Electrical/Water

national and international sailing events. Every year Kingston plays

• Coast Guard Office & Boats

host to over 1,000 sail boats during the annual Canadian Olympic Regatta Kingston (CORK). The site was also chosen to host the 2007 ISAF World Youth Sailing Championships. The facility features 250 slip finger docks, large meeting and event rooms and secure storage areas.

• Nighttime Security • Dock Hands & Marina Staff • Washrooms & Showers • Telephones

SPORTING EVENTS HOSTED: • 2018 North American Viper Regatta • 2015 Laser World Championship • 2013 Laser North American Championship • 2007 Youth Sailing ISAF World Championship • 1976 Summer Olympic Games (Sailing)

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SPECIALIZED FACILITIES Kingston has world-class assets and facilities including Portsmouth Olympic Harbour, a legacy facility of the 1976 Olympic Summer Games.

Kingston is a major player in the $6.5 billion dollar sport tourism industry in Canada, with venues that accommodate all four seasons and Olympic level hosting expertise.


Artillery Park

Kingston Fencing Club

Loyalist Gymnastics Club

382 Bagot Street

362 Division St

1396 Bath Road

–– 613-546-4291 ext. 1700 ÓÓ apac@cityofkingston.ca ¬¬ www.cityofkingston.ca

–– 613-547-5580 ÓÓ fencingcoach@ kingston

–– 613-634-5532 ÓÓ loyalistgymnastics@gmail.com ¬¬ www.loyalistgymnastics.ca

• Swimming • Leisure Pool: 15 metres, warmer water temperatures, bubble bench, spray features, ramped access, salt water treatment

fencingclubs.com

¬¬ www.kingstonfencingclub.ca • Fencing • 2,000 sq. ft. Facility • 6 Fencing Strips

• Vicki Keith Pool: 25 metres, 6 lanes, diving board, starting blocks, ramped access, salt water treatment

Kingston Gymnastics Club

• Dry Sauna on pool deck

1343 Midland Avenue, #320

• Pool Change Rooms: family, men’s and women’s, fully accessible, swim suit dryers, full/half and wallet day lockers available. • Fitness Area • Gymnasium & Multi-Purpose Rooms

–– 613-384-1190 ÓÓ info@kingstongymnastics.ca ¬¬ www.kingstongymnastics.ca • Gymnastics • Full Gymnastics Floor & Equipment • Large In-ground Resi-pit • In-ground Trampoline

Kingston BMX Association –– 613-329-5269 ¬¬ www.kingstonbmx.com

• Party/Meeting Room

Kingston Lawn Bowling Club

• Gymnastics • Full-size Gymnastics Floor • Equipment • Party/Meeting Room

Kingston Tennis Club 45 Napier Street

–– 613-542-2467 ¬¬ www.kingstontennisclub.com • Tennis • 7 hard surface courts with 3 lighted courts for evening play • Clubhouse

Trillium Gymnastics Club 631 Fortune Crescent

100 Napier St

–– 613-542-2041 ÓÓ trillium2@bellnet.ca ¬¬ www.trilliumgymnastics.ca

–– 613-542-6693

• Gymnastics

• Lighting

• Lawn Bowling

• Full-size Gymnastics Floor

• Spectator Seating

• Lawn Bowl Lanes

• Equipment

• Clubhouse

• Viewing Gallery

Kingston Rowing Club

Tomlinson Aqua Park

1 Cataraqui St

303 York Street, Kingston

–– 613-542-4767 ÓÓ info@kingstonrowing.com ¬¬ www.kingstonrowing.com

–– 613-546-4291

• BMX • 2 BMX Tracks

• Washroom Access • Canteen

Cutting Edge Fencing 17 Point Frederick Drive

–– 613-329-0221 ÓÓ info@cuttingedgefencing.ca ¬¬ www.cuttingedgefencing.ca • Fencing • Newly renovated fencing salle in the RMC Old Gym

• Rowing • Dragon Boats • Rowing Course • Clubhouse • Boat Storage

• 25 metre lane pool • Leisure pool • Diving board • Tot pool • Spray features • Water slide • Lazy River • Accessible beach entry

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STAY IN KINGSTON

All Suites Whitney Manor –– 613-766-9394 ¬¬ allsuiteswhitneymanor.com

Ambassador Hotel + Conference Centre –– 613-548-3605 ¬¬ ambassadorhotel.com

Comfort Inn 401 –– 613-546-9500 ¬¬ kingstoncomfortinn.com

Courtyard by Marriott Kingston –– 613-548-7000 ¬¬ courtyardmarriottkingston.com

Delta Hotels by Marriott Kingston Waterfront –– 613-549-8100 ¬¬ marriott.com/hotels/travel/ ygkdk-delta-hotels-kingstonwaterfront

Donald Gordon Conference Centre –– 613-533-2221 ¬¬ donaldgordoncentre.com

First Canada Inns –– 613-541-1111 ¬¬ first-canada-inns.com

Four Points by Sheraton Hotel + Suites Kingston –– 613-544-4434 ¬¬ fourpointskingston.com

Frontenac Club Inn –– 613-547-6167 ¬¬ frontenacclub.com


Hotel Belvedere –– 613-548-1565 ¬¬ hotelbelvedere.com

Queen’s Summer Accommodations –– 613-533-3183 ¬¬ eventservices.queensu.ca/ accommodations

Ramada Kingston Hotel + Conference Centre

The Secret Garden Bed + Breakfast –– 613-531-9884 ¬¬ thesecretgardeninn.com

St. Lawrence College Residence –– 613-544-6600 ext. 4999 ¬¬ stlawrencecollege.ca/ campuses-and-services/ conference-services/kingstonsummer-accommodations

–– 613-546-3661 ¬¬ diamondhotels.ca/ acommodations/ramadakingston-hotel-conferencecenter

Green Acres Inn

Rosemount Inn + Spa

–– 613-546-1796 ¬¬ greenacresinn.com

–– 613-531-8844 ¬¬ rosemountinn.com

Green Woods Inn

Residence Inn by Marriott

–– 613-544-1922 ¬¬ greenwoods-inn.ca

–– 613-544-4888 ¬¬ marriott.com/hotels/travel/ ygkri-residence-inn-kingstonwaters-edge

Hochelaga Inn –– 613-549-5534 ¬¬ hochelagainn.com

Holiday Country Manor –– 613-353-2211 ¬¬ holidaycountrymanor.com

Holiday Inn Express + Suites –– 613-546-3662 ¬¬ diamondhotels.ca

Holiday Inn Kingston Waterfront –– 613-549-8400 ¬¬ hikingstonwaterfront.com

Thriftlodge Kingston –– 613-546-4411 ¬¬ wyndhamhotels.com/ travelodge/kingston

Travelodge Kingston –– 613-546-4233 ¬¬ travelodge.ca/property/travelodge-hotel-kingston-la-salle

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EXPERIENCE KINGSTON With a rich history, vibrant cultural community and wealth of amenities, experience all that Kingston has to offer.

DID YOU KNOW? Like the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia, Kingston is a World Heritage destination. The Rideau Canal, including Fort Henry and the Kingston Fortifications was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2007. The Rideau Canal offers some of the best freshwater paddling in North America and lockmasters continue the tradition of hand-operating the 47 locks at most of its 24 lockstations.


DINING Discover Kingston’s culinary passion in one of over 200 restaurants, pubs and patios. From casual to elegant, there are a variety of unique settings to suit any occasion, whether it’s a secluded patio garden or a room with a view. The country’s oldest farmers market inspires local chefs, who work with seasonal offerings to create innovative dishes, mixing tastes,

TRY KINGSTON’S RECIPE FOR SUCCESS.

textures and aromas. With vibrant Asian, Indian, Greek, Italian and Portuguese communities, you’ll

One part services, one part venues and one part

be delighted by Kingston’s diverse global flavours.

location are the essential ingredients that make

NIGHTLIFE

Kingston the perfect recipe for your next meeting or conference. Situated midway between Toronto,

Enjoy Kingston’s dynamic cultural community

Ottawa and Montreal, Kingston offers unique

of galleries, theatre, live music and dancing.The

waterfront venues, a vibrant downtown, international

K-Rock Centre and Grand Theatre host a variety of

cuisine, rich history and renowned architecture.

world-renowned performers, while the city’s pubs and nightclubs often offer the opportunity to hear local

Be sure to ask about our new Conference Incentive

musicians. Our thriving local art community presents

Program - a great way to add value in a time of

unique theatre productions, live music and gallery

challenging budgets!

exhibits year-round. Enjoy a glass of locally produced wine at one of the many spots that offer tapas and late-night menus, or toast the evening at a brewpub where beer, wine and cider are made on-site.

¬¬ visitkingston.ca/meeting-planners –– 1.866.665.3326

SHOPPING Explore a wealth of shopping opportunities to suit all ages and tastes. During leisurely stroll through the heart of the city. You’ll find locally owned boutiques and galleries specializing in the one-of-a-kind, with many shops housed in 19th century architectural gems in Kingston’s thriving downtown. Find local produce and homemade crafts at Springer Market Square, as well as an antique market on Sundays. Just minutes from downtown there are a variety of stores at the Cataraqui Centre, King’s Crossing and RioCan Centre.

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