Kingston, a Canadian community in New Brunswick, was settled by Loyalists in 1783 after the American Revolution ended. Built in 1789 were a Trinity Church which is the province's oldest Anglican church, a school that now has a museum, and a general store. They all still exist in the village center.
Kings County Gaol. This historic building was originally located in Kingston but was moved one stone at a time over the ice and was reconstructed in nearby Hampton. An infamous horse thief, Henry More Smith, was once an escapee from that jail.
Dream Domes. If you want to stay somewhere amazing, the Dream Domes are the first experiment into glamping, which means glamor camping, in New Brunswick, and they are located in Kingston. The domes are semi-transparent and offer spectacular views of the surrounding Kingston Creek area located deep in the woods. Large terraces have wood-fired hot tubs, and inside is a king-size bed, bathroom and kitchenette.
Kingston Farmers Market. This popular event, held on Saturdays, gave out giant pumpkin seeds earlier in the season so that residents could spend the summer growing the possible winner in the Pumpkin Contest that will be upcoming in October. At this Farmers Market you will find a tremendous amount of great produce along with fresh apple cider, eggs, beef, chicken, pork, fish and many other "goodies". Breakfast is served from 8:00 a.m. until Noon. There is a large free parking lot and often live entertainment.