Located in the County of Lennox & Addington, northeast of Kingston where Highway 7 and Highway 41 meet, Kaladar and the neighbouring area make a nice, quiet spot for you to escape to for a few days of rest and relaxation. The surrounding region is home to an abundance of lakes, rivers, and forestland, and makes the perfect setting for you to get back in touch with nature.
Kaladar is close to Bon Echo Provincial Park, where you can daytrip or extend your stay and take part in many outdoor activities, no matter your experience level. There are more than 500 easily accessible campsites, plus additional sites for those seeking a secluded spot or for the adventurous who would rather backpack in. Paddlers can take advantage of canoe circuits that feed into the Ottawa River, with routes for everyone from beginners to advanced paddlers. Choose a short day trip, or a more challenging week-long course that requires portaging.
Outdoor explorers can choose from an abundance of activities around Kaladar, including mountain biking, hiking, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing, depending on the season. It is also home to the Kaladar Trail portion of the Trans Canada Trail, which connects this charming rural town to the world’s longest network of trails, stretching 22,000 kms from the Atlantic to the Pacifc Ocean.