The Great Waterway of Southeastern Ontario is a network of charming towns and villages interconnected by the sparkling waters of the St. Lawrence, the Rideau Canal, the Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario. We offer countless cruises, including the famous Thousand Islands cruise. Camp in one of the many provincial parks or campgrounds and explore the towering dunes that overlook a sunny sandy beach at Sandbanks Provincial Park in Prince Edward County.
This 19th century British fortification and UNESCO World Heritage Site is fun for all ages.
Hop-on/hop-off trolley tour connecting Kingston's key sites and cruises launching from Kingston.
Visit vineyards, breweries and restaurants inspired by the county's agricultural heritage and farm to table food movement
In Prince Edward County, home to the largest bay-mouth freshwater sand dune system in North America.
Family fun and entertainment on deck as you cruise the 1000 Islands. A Canadian Signature Experience.
One of the greatest engineering feats of the 19th century, the Rideau Canal is the oldest continuously-operated canal system in North America. Unwind and take in the spectacular nature, picturesque towns and lively cities of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Experience the beauty of the St. Lawrence River as you cruise past the Palaces and Palisades, a Canadian Signature Experiences.
Runs over 202km (126mi) and is Ontario's only UNESCO World Heritage Site, considered an engineering masterpiece with most of the locks still operated by hand.
Over 60 acres and 40 historic, authentic buildings, experience life in an 1860s working village.
Experience the charm and immerse yourself in the history of Waring House, an elegant country inn and cookery school featuring the culinary tradition of the county.
Prepare farm-fresh food with a talented chef and food writer in an 1830s farmhouse and sample award-winning vintages during a winery tour of Huff Estates.