Charleston Lake Ontario, Canada
Charleston Lake, situated on the Frontenac Arch, is where sparkling blue waters and lush green forests converge to create an unforgettable experience.
The perfect place to explore and make the most of the fresh air. Hike, paddle and fish your way through this ecologically-rich area of Ontario.
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Charleston Lake Provincial Park features more than 25 kilometers of hiking trails. It’s ideal for boaters, birders, bikers…and everyone else in between!
Exploring Charleston Lake
Vacationers, rejoice! Camping and cottaging is plentiful within this Gananoque River Watershed.
Charleston Lake At A Glance
Getting to Charleston Lake
Getting to Charleston Lake, Ontario is easy with its location just off Highway 401 and its proximity to major cities like Kingston and Ottawa.
- 1 hour and 49 minutes from Ottawa
- 4 hours and 11 minutes from Toronto
- 3 hours from Montreal
2 hours and 14 minutes from Syracuse
What You'll Love
Know Before You Go
Charleston Lake Provincial Park has a selection of trails that vary in difficulty and length. Pick one and enjoy the scenery.
Here, you can spot everything from the Barred Owl and the White-Tailed deer, to snapping turtles and Peregrine falcons.
On a clear day atop Blue Mountain, you may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the Adirondack Mountains in New York State.
Charleston Lake has more than 100 miles of shoreline to explore.