Active living in Kingston Ontario

Winter activites for kids

Kids

There are many ways for kids to get active and move their bodies! We can help you find ways to get them physically active for at least 60 minutes every day.

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Winter activites for youth

Youth

Youth can get physically active every day by choosing an activity that they enjoy and look forward to doing…

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Winter activites for adults and older adults

Adults and Older Adults

Adults and older adults can get physically active in increments of 10 minutes or more! Our fitness tips and recommendations will help you squeeze in those 150 minutes of physical activity per week.

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Accessible winter activites

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The Kingston area offers a vast range of accessible physical activity opportunities. You just need to know where to look for them. We can point you in the right direction to get you moving today!

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We can’t avoid age. However, we can avoid some aging. Continue to do things. Be active. Life is fantastic in the way it adjusts to demands; if you use your muscles and mind, they stay there much longer. – Charles Hard Townes

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It doesn’t get much better than free! Get active during the month of April. Find out about free activities and try something new.

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Downtown Kingston Offers an Active Summer

Looking for ways to enjoy Downtown Kingston this summer?

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Kingston Gets Active

Update on the Sydenham Street Closure: thanks to the Downtown BIA, enjoy the car-free space every Saturday from 9am-4:30pm through September 5. Live music from 1:30-2:30. Enjoy!

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  • Downtown Kingston Offers an Active Summer
    Downtown Kingston Offers an Active Summer
    Getting active in Kingston is easy when you think about all of Kingston’s great features:  our very own Lake Ontario, beautiful city parks, free splash pads, nature trails, cycling paths, an express...
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  • Wheelchair Rally Gets Rolling on July 18
    Wheelchair Rally Gets Rolling on July 18
    The Wheelchair Rally takes place on Tuesday July 18, 2017 from 5-7pm.  Wheelchair riders will be cruising along the K&P Trail from Doug Fluhrer Park to Montreal Street and Rideau Street and...
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  • Summer Activities Highlighted
    Summer Activities Highlighted
    Looking for ways to get active in Kingston and area this summer?  Have a look at the City of Kingston’s Summer Activity Flyer for loads of ideas: Neighbourhood Parks Programs– free drop-in...
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  • Swim for Kids in Lake Ontario
    Swim for Kids in Lake Ontario
    Saturday, July 15, 2017 marks the 1st Annual Swim for Kids. This 1.5 km and 3 km,  open water swim in beautiful Lake Ontario will be held at Richardson Beach.  The swim...
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KGA Month

Free activities all month long!

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Grades 5 & 9 ActivPass

Use your student card for FREE access to recreation facilities across Kingston and area!

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Become a Volunteer Ambassador

Do you want to inspire others to be active? Do you have a desire to contribute to your community?

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ActivKids

Find fun activities and resources to get young children active at home!

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Pedometer Lending Program

Walk your way to fitness!

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Discover Phyical Literacy

Did you know that physical literacy is as important as reading, writing and arithmetic?

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