Settled in 1783 by Loyalists at the end of the American Revolution, the Kingston Peninsula is located between the Saint John River and the Kennebecasis River. Discover five historic buildings in the area:
Trinity Anglican Church (1789) and its rectory (1788), (National Historic Sites of Canada)
MacDonald Consolidated School (1910)
Union House (1788)
Carter House (1810)
Another popular attraction in town is the Kingston Peninsula Farmers Market which attracts people from all over.
Type of Trip
2 – 4 hours
There is a curated adventure around every corner and we are here to lay it all out for you.