Moving to Kingston

The Village of Kingston is centrally located in beautiful Annapolis Valley, next to the Village of Greenwood and CFB Greenwood, and centrally located for easy access to all of Southwest Nova Scotia.  With more twinning of the major highway it is now just over an hour drive to the major city of Halifax.

For a village business listing, click here.

The village offers many amenities and services to its residents, including:



Pine Ridge Middle School
625 Pine Ridge Avenue
PO Box 279
Kingston, Nova Scotia, B0P 1R0
Tel: (902) 765-7570. Fax: (902) 765-7572
Enrollment – 350 Students

Kingston and District School
630 Pine Ridge Avenue
PO Box 295
Kingston, Nova Scotia, B0P 1R0
Enrollment – 498 Students

West Kings District High School
P.O. Box 79, 1941 Highway 1
Auburn, NS, B0P 1A0
Tel: (902) 847-4440 Fax: (902) 847-4444


North Kingston Cemetery
Located on Bishop Mountain Road

Cemetary across from Avery’s Farm Market
at 408 Hwy #1

Catholic Cemetery
Located at the corner of Highway 1 and Marshall Road


United Church
Main St. Kingston
Tel: (902) 765-3621

Baptist Church
Main St. Kingston
Tel: (902) 765-4891

All Saints Anglican Church
Pleasant St. Kingston
Tel: (902) 765-6853

Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witnesses
337 Hwy #1
Tel: (902) 765-6442


Kingston Branch of Annapolis Valley Regional Library
671 Main St.
Tel: (902) 765-3631

RCMP - Kingston Detachment
1684 Maple St
Kingston, NS B0P 1R0
Tel: (902) 765-3317

Nearest Hospitals

Soldier’s Memorial Hospital
462 Main St. Middleton
Tel: (902) 825-3411

Valley Regional Hospital
150 Exhibition St
Kentville, NS
Tel: (902) 678-7381

Fire Department

Kingston and District Fire Department
Large group of trained volunteers plus modern equipment
670 Sparky St. Kingston
Tel: (902) 765-2263


Branch Closing May 10th 2018
655 Main St
Tel: (902) 765-3351

Royal Bank ATM
Bridge St. Kingston

Facilities and Programs

Ball Diamonds

The Village has three fenced ball diamonds with dugouts and washrooms available.

There are two fields located at the end of Balser Drive (Ravenwood Subdivision) and one located next to the Credit Union Centre Arena at 1490 Westwood St.

For more information or the booking of ball fields please contact the Village Office Recreation Deptartment at 765-2800.

Tennis Courts

Two courts with lights located on Elm St. next to the arena - transformed to an ice skating rink in winter-weather permitting


The Credit Union Centre seats 600 spectators and offers a full service canteen and washroom facilities. The venue is handicap accessible and has a paved parking lot.

Located at 1490 Westwood Ave. (Turn north across from Superstore)
Kingston, NS B0P 1R0
Tel: (902) 765-2516


Kingston has playgrounds in the following locations:
• 1490 Westwood St. (next to arena)
• Balser Drive next to the ball field in Ravenwood Subdivision
• Forest Brook Subdivision off Sunset Drive
• Mathews Lane


Stronach Park Family Fitness Trail
Bridge St.
Picnic Park, Duck Pond, Fitness Trail
A lovely picnic park with water fountain, garden areas and trellis for prom/wedding picture taking, wild ducks to feed and a family fitness trail to challenge.

Clairmont Provincial Park
1405 Hwy #1 – 3km east of Kingston; off Highway 101 between exits 16 and 17. A picnic park under a stand of red pine trees, providing a cool oasis away from the valley heat
Open May 15 to Oct 11

Centennial Park
1489 Westwood Ave, across from arena
Open grass area with bandstand, summer concerts.

Outdoor Wedding Bookings
Stronach Park or Centennial Park – please call 765-2800 to book.  No fee.

Ball Field Bookings
Contact Glen Abriel, Recreation Coordinator for the Village of Kingston at 765-2800 or email at


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