Frontenac K&P Trail Information Hub

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A high angle view of a cyclist on the K&P Trail, extending towards a tree in the distance.  A ditch or stream runs beside it.

The K&P Trail is a 180-km multi-use recreational rail trail that connects downtown Kingston to the Town of Renfrew where it intersects with the Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail. Frontenac County owns and operates the 90 km stretch referred to as the "Frontenac" K&P Trail" from KM 21 where the City of Kingston borders with the Township of South Frontenac, to KM 110 near Wilbur where the Township of North Frontenac borders Lanark County.

The Frontenac K&P Trail connects several villages and hamlets across three townships in Frontenac County with recreational infrastructure for cycling, walking, hiking, horseback riding, ATV use, snowmobiling, and other recreational activities. The trail intersects with the Tay-Havelock Trail in Central Frontenac and the Cataraqui Trail in South Frontenac, and together the three trails form the Trans Canada Trail route through Frontenac County.

This page is intended as a central reference for Frontenac County residents and K&P Trail stakeholders who are interested in governance matters related to the Frontenac K&P Trail. Check back here regularly for news, new developments, funding information, and how you can participate in shaping the future of the trail.

Here you will find up-to-date and historical information about the trail. Please also contribute your ideas, ask questions, and comment.

The K&P Trail is a 180-km multi-use recreational rail trail that connects downtown Kingston to the Town of Renfrew where it intersects with the Ottawa Valley Recreational Trail. Frontenac County owns and operates the 90 km stretch referred to as the "Frontenac" K&P Trail" from KM 21 where the City of Kingston borders with the Township of South Frontenac, to KM 110 near Wilbur where the Township of North Frontenac borders Lanark County.

The Frontenac K&P Trail connects several villages and hamlets across three townships in Frontenac County with recreational infrastructure for cycling, walking, hiking, horseback riding, ATV use, snowmobiling, and other recreational activities. The trail intersects with the Tay-Havelock Trail in Central Frontenac and the Cataraqui Trail in South Frontenac, and together the three trails form the Trans Canada Trail route through Frontenac County.

This page is intended as a central reference for Frontenac County residents and K&P Trail stakeholders who are interested in governance matters related to the Frontenac K&P Trail. Check back here regularly for news, new developments, funding information, and how you can participate in shaping the future of the trail.

Here you will find up-to-date and historical information about the trail. Please also contribute your ideas, ask questions, and comment.

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Proposed Bench Locations

over 2 years

In 2021 and 2022 Frontenac County will be launching a bench program along the length of the K&P Trail. Location of benches will focus on settlement areas where seniors and users with mobility challenges are most likely to access and use the Trail and each location will include a bench and enough off-trail space to support persons using assistive mobility devices. The Frontenac Regional Active Transportation plan recommends placement of benches every 500-1,000 meters, however the County is seeking input from the community regarding ideal locations for bench placement.

Page last updated: 02 Feb 2024, 03:55 AM