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Kincardine, ON, Canada
25 May — 26 May2
Kincardine, ON, Canada
Wed 25-5
Thu 26-5
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Cheapest month:November
Most expensive month:July
Average price in Kincardine:S$ 204/night
Cheapest price found:S$ 65/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Saturday
S$ 130 - S$ 350
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
S$ 155 - S$ 304
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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About Kincardine

Kincardine is a charismatic town known for its rich Scottish heritage and historic downtown core. It's set on the shores of Lake Huron and features white sandy beaches, characterful accommodation and a vibrant art and cultural scene.

Things to do

Swim, sunbathe and stroll along the boardwalk at Station Beach, a popular stretch of sand fringed by shallow water and a grassy foreshore. Sign up for a beach volleyball tournament or rent a kayak and paddle on the cobalt-blue waters of Lake Huron. Don't leave without snapping a photo perched on one of the larger-than-life beach chair sculptures.

Kincardine may be set in the heart of Ontario, but it's immensely proud of its Scottish heritage. In summer, catch the famous Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band as they march along Queen Street on Saturday evenings. Alternatively, head to Walker’s Lookout at sunset and listen to the hauntingly beautiful sounds of the Phantom Piper playing from Kincardine Lighthouse.

Set on the waterfront, Lakeside Downtown Kincardine is one of Ontario's most scenic shopping, dining and entertainment destinations. Browse a fantastic collection of boutiques, then enjoy an al fresco patio meal at The Bruce, a local institution known for its juicy Bruce County beef burgers.

Step back in time at Walker House, a 19th-century building that was once used as a traveller's tavern. Today it houses a fantastic museum and heritage centre showcasing antiques, photographs and other memorabilia.

Getting around

Kincardine is easy to get around on foot, with the stroll from Station Beach to the downtown core taking just minutes. Rental cars are the best way to explore the Lake Huron Shoreline region. Toronto Pearson International Airport is a three-hour drive from Kincardine.

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Kincardine is a charismatic town known for its rich Scottish heritage and historic downtown core. It's set on the shores of Lake Huron and features white sandy beaches, characterful accommodation and a vibrant art and cultural scene.

Things to do in Kincardine

Swim, sunbathe and stroll along the boardwalk at Station Beach, a popular stretch of sand fringed by shallow water and a grassy foreshore. Sign up for a beach volleyball tournament or rent a kayak and paddle on the cobalt-blue waters of Lake Huron. Don't leave without snapping a photo perched on one of the larger-than-life beach chair sculptures.

Kincardine may be set in the heart of Ontario, but it's immensely proud of its Scottish heritage. In summer, catch the famous Kincardine Scottish Pipe Band as they march along Queen Street on Saturday evenings. Alternatively, head to Walker’s Lookout at sunset and listen to the hauntingly beautiful sounds of the Phantom Piper playing from Kincardine Lighthouse.

Set on the waterfront, Lakeside Downtown Kincardine is one of Ontario's most scenic shopping, dining and entertainment destinations. Browse a fantastic collection of boutiques, then enjoy an al fresco patio meal at The Bruce, a local institution known for its juicy Bruce County beef burgers.

Step back in time at Walker House, a 19th-century building that was once used as a traveller's tavern. Today it houses a fantastic museum and heritage centre showcasing antiques, photographs and other memorabilia.

Getting around Kincardine

Kincardine is easy to get around on foot, with the stroll from Station Beach to the downtown core taking just minutes. Rental cars are the best way to explore the Lake Huron Shoreline region. Toronto Pearson International Airport is a three-hour drive from Kincardine.

  • What are the best hotels in Kincardine?

    121 reviews rated TownePlace Suites by Marriott Kincardine with an average score of 8.0/10. It may also be worth looking into the Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Kincardine - Downtown, An IHG Hotel, which received a rating of 8.7/10 from 164 reviews. Maple Leaf Inn could also be a good option, with a score of 7.1/10 from 103 reviews.