Neighbourhood & Kingston


Location, location, location – Amherstview and the Greater Kingston Region

Amherstview is a fully serviced and scenic hamlet in Loyalist Township, ideally situated between three major commercial and transportation hubs: Toronto, Ottawa and Syracuse, NY. It marks the beginning of the picturesque Loyalist Parkway, which runs along the shores of Lake Ontario and offers residents the best of both worlds – a chance to retreat from the hectic pace of big city living without giving up any of the benefits.  The historic city of Kingston – Canada’s first capital – is only a 20-minute drive away and a gateway to the rest of the country with its easily accessible airport and train station. With three major hospitals, Kingston is a Regional Health Care Centre, serving all communities within a 100 km radius. KGH, one of Canada’s top research hospitals also houses the Regional Cancer Centre, while St Mary’s of the Lake specializes in geriatric care and rehabilitative medicine.

“Home of history and progress” is Loyalist township’s motto and this is clearly evident in Amherstview where wood frame houses from the Loyalist era still dot the landscape while modern recreation facilities offer residents a swimming pool, skating rink, public library, fitness and wellness programs, special interest workshops and a variety of specialized programs for all ages. For those who require extra care for a loved one, the Helen Henderson Nursing Home is only two blocks away from Lakeside Village and offers the experienced and compassionate care needed to improve the quality of life for its residents.

Active Lifestyle Activities

For golfers, the Amherstview Golf Club is an accessible 18-hole course that will challenge all levels of players and is only five minutes from Lakeside Village, while the Ted Baker designed Loyalist Golf Club is just 10 minutes away and hosts various championships throughout the year in partnership with the Golf Association of Ontario.  Nature lovers can access an elaborate trail system through the KFLA Trails at-a-Glance and Parrott’s Bay Conservation Area, perfect for cycling, walking or bird watching. Power boating and sailing enthusiasts will be well looked after with Collins Bay Marina and the Loyalist Cove Marina, minutes away from Lakeside Village. Kingston, the freshwater sailing capital of the world, is a beautiful entrance to the majestic Thousand Islands and offers a number of day-sail options.

Entertainment, Dining, Shopping

The historic Kingston Harbour, overlooked by Fort Henry, a National Historic Site, was once the economic hub for shipping and commerce in Kingston and is now a vibrant network of waterfront parks, gourmet restaurants and a destination high street along Princess with an eclectic mix of boutique shopping to suit any budget. Culture abounds at the Grand Theatre, showcasing national and international talent throughout the year. For wine connoisseurs, Prince Edward County is a short ferry ride away and offers a number of opportunities to discover why this area is the country’s fastest growing wine region.

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