You can get anywhere in the world by water from L&A with public access to Lake Ontario and the Bay of Quinte.
Get immediate access to the Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario from the Napanee River at Conservation Park where you can dock and walk the trail at the mouth of the river. Stroll nearby Downtown Napanee and dine at a number of nearby restaurants.
Join international boaters at Loyalist Cove Marina in Bath - where you’ll find a full-service marina within a sheltered, deep-water cove. Use public boat launches to access interior lakes and rivers with amazing scenic views.
Take your canoe or kayak along enjoyable routes for long stretches on the Skootamatta, Napanee or Salmon River. Bon Echo Provincial Park’s Joeperry and Pearson Lakes offer canoeing and portages plus an extended canoe circuit that begins and ends in the park. Settle for the night at a wilderness campsite on crown land. Stay on the circuit and you can get all the way to the Ottawa River.
Find ideal windsurfing conditions on Lake Ontario and on the larger bodies of water of Beaver Lake, Hay Bay and Mazinaw Lake.
Explore hundreds of lakes and rivers four seasons of the year. Walleye, large- and smallmouth bass, northern pike and musky are just some of the fish that can be caught here. We're in the heart of the Land O' Lakes Tourist Region, so there are plenty of great fishing lakes to choose from.
Lennox & Addington is an underwater playground for divers. The final resting place of many schooners, tugs, and steamers can be found in Lake Ontario near the shoreline of L&A. The Amherst Island Graveyard is a popular spot.