K&P Trail

The K&P Trail extends approximately 180 kilometres from the City of Kingston through Frontenac, Lanark, and Renfrew counties. Frontenac County owns and manages the 55 kilometres of the trail from The City of Kingston boundary to the village of Sharbot Lake. The K&P Trail is operated to a variety of standards depending on the owner and manager of the Trail. 

The 75 kilometre stretch of the K&P Trail between downtown Kingston and Shabot Lake is a fully developed stone dust rail-trail with stops in the communities of Tichborne, Godfrey, Verona, and Harrowsmith along the way.  This section is also part of The Great Trail, also known as the Trans Canada Trail. Once in Sharbot Lake more adventurous users can connect to an existing trail system that continues north, east or west from there. 

COVID-19 Update *as of July 10th, 2020*

The K&P Trail remains open for use; however, trailheads and public washrooms are closed. We ask that all trail users maintain a 6 foot distance with one another and take care to allow others to use the trail safely. Additionally, we recommend taking additional safety precautions i.e. sanitizing one's hands before and after time on the trail, wearing a mask, and using the trail alone or in small groups.

Please remember that face masks are mandatory in all commercial spaces in the KFL&A region. If you plan to step off the trail to visit a local business, ensure you have a mask on hand.

  • Read the Frontenac County Trails Master Plan (2009)
  • Take a virtual tour of the Frontenac K&P Trail
  • Join the Frontenac K&P Trail community Facebook group
  • Download a PDF of the Frontenac K&P Trail Map

 

Documents available upon request by completing document request form here. If you require in accessible format please let us know.

Cyclists on the K&P Trail