N 44º 13' 52.22" W 76º 29' 9.43"
Location: Kingston is located on the north-east shore of Lake Ontario, equal distance from Toronto (Ontario's capital), Montreal, Ottawa (Canada's capital) and Syracuse, New York.
Canadian Currency: Canadian dollar is made up of 100 cents. Coin denominations are 5, 10, and 25 cents; also a 1-dollar coin (called a Loonie) and a 2-dollar coin (called a Toonie). Paper bill denominations are $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. Please carry some small bills as some businesses will not accept $50 or $100 bills.
Driving: Kingston is located along Canada's busiest Highway, #401 ( Exit interchanges 611, 613, 615, 617, 619 or 623 ) - see Driving Distances below.
Bus: Kingston Bus Terminal: 613.547.4916 www.coachcanada.com
Greyhound Bus: 1.800.661.8747. Greyhound Web Site
Trentway-Wager Bus: 1.800.461.7661
Boat: Located at the convergence of Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River, and the Rideau Canada, you can travel to Kingston by boat. The city is serviced by 3 marinas (listed below) which offer day and short-stay docking slips.
Ferry: Arrive from the United States via Wolf Island and the Wolf Island Ferry (free of charge). Click here for Ferry schedules. Message Line: 1.800.268.4686 ] . . . . . arrive at Wolf Island from the United States on the Horne's Ferry (May to October). THIS IS A TOLL FERRY from Cape Vincent, New York.
Air: Kingston Norman Rogers Airport: 888.247.2262 / www.aircanadaregional.ca
Train: Train: 1.888.842.7245. Via Rail Web Site Please use the VIA Rail Canada Booking Engine below to plan your trip today!