Kingston Photo Nature Park (KPNP) is located on the beautiful Kingston Peninsula, in New Brunswick, Canada. The park covers 15 acres of matured mixed forest overlooking Kingston Creek once known as Portage Creek.
This property was one of the original grants which was cleared and farmed by Loyalists in the mid 1700's. The house now situated on the property was built in the late 1800's and still portrays some of its original features.
Kingston Photo Nature Park was a vision of Terry Adair and Judy Nutter, which became a reality when it opened in May 2012.
Terry worked as a wildlife officer with Ontario Natural Resources for 13 years. He then created Adair's Lodge and Cabins which he owned and operated for 19 years. There he acted as photography field-instructor and guide for Andre Gallant and Freeman Patterson's many photography workshops. Terry's extensive knowledge of and passion for nature/wildlife,as well as his expertise and love for photography are all very instrumental in creating and operating Kingston Photo Nature Park.
Judy held several positions during her 36 years with the Bank of Montreal from which she retired in 2010 to assist Terry in the operation of Adair's Lodge and Cabins, prior to its sale in 2012. Her many years experience in serving the public and her extensive financial background have been a tremendous asset in creating and operating Kingston Photo Nature Park. Judy has a love for people as well as a passion for photography and the great outdoors.