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November Crystal Palace, 375 Main St. Picton A magical celebration for the whole community, including a procession down Main Street, a dance party, a whole lot of handmade lanterns, and YOU! Costumes encouraged! Find out about our lantern-building workshops at www.firelightfest.blogspot.ca
375 Main Street East, Picton, Ontario, Canada
At Sandbanks Provincial Park August at Sandbanks Provincial Park, Lakeshore Lodge Day Use Area Join us for this popular annual 1890’s style picnic, with games, lemonade and corn at the site of the old Lakeshore Lodge on West Point. This event is organized by the Friends of Sandbanks. If you plan to come to The County during this week, then attending the Lakeshore Lodge Day is the “must” day to visit. For many years, the Park has sponsored this family-fun day, based on activities that happened in the 1890’s at the site of the former Lakeshore Lodge. Park staff dress in period garb, and games for all ages are encouraged! Three-legged races, egg-and-spoon races, nail-hammering, tug-o-wars and more, are just a few of the activities that recreate the activities of tourists who spent their holidays at the “coolest spot” in Prince Edward County almost a century ago at the Lakeshore Lodge. Local farm-fresh corn and lemonade are on offer at great prices, and Sandbanks Park staff dress and act the 1890’s part! Volunteers from the Friends of Sandbanks and the Prince Edward County Museums will be present… please feel free to ask them anything about the amazing history of the area! […]
Lakeshore Lodge DayAugust. Popular annual 1890's style picnic at the site of the old Lakeshore Lodge.
Lakeshore Lodge @ Sandbanks, Prince Edward County, Ontario
May: The Kiwanis Walleye World is a massive fundraising effort by the Trenton Kiwanis Club to help raise money for the community in support of the goals of Kiwanis International. We support many local initiatives and activities that help to support and encourage youth through sport, sciences, academics, and much much more to make our community a great place to live and play. Every year we gather together to raise money and to give away great prizes on the first weekend of May. We look forward to this weekend every year and together we make it the BEST weekend of May for Walleye fishing in the province of Ontario! Check back often for more information and updates for the Kiwanis Walleye World! Details: www.kiwaniswalleyeworld.com Photo thanks to Sunset Cabins
Easter weekend Saturday & Sunday, 11am to 4pm Picton Rotary presents Waterfalls of Prince Edward County. To view falls, check in with a Rotarian upon arrival at the falls site. Bring your camera — beautiful waterfalls seldom seen. Hiking attire recommended. Site #1 Cape Vesey 3718 County Rd. 8 (east of Waupoos) Site #2 Jacksons Falls 1749 County Rd. 17 (east of Milford) Made possible by the generosity of the land owners. Donations for Rotary Water Project gratefully appreciated. For Information call 476-1309 or 613-813-1658 or visit http://www.clubrunner.ca/picton
3718 County Rd. 8, Prince Edward County, Ontario
Early in December. Wellington’s Annual Holiday Celebration and Parade! A whole weekend of enjoyment! Hosted by the Wellington Recreation Committee
I provide a driving service in Prince Edward County to those wanting a wine &/or brewery tour but don’t want the worry of driving themselves. Open year round. Tours are personalized to make your visit even more enjoyable. Along with the wineries and breweries Prince Edward County has great Galleries, Artisan Cheese and amazing Dining.
“Get Corked” and let me drivePrivate winery tours for 4 people max. Pick up and delivery at your door.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
From cycling enthusiast to the occasional rider, from trekkers to day hikers, from equestrians to first time horseback riders, the County has amazing adventure vacations with activities to suit your every need! Action Vacations Watersports at isaiah tubbs on West Lake Sit back and enjoy the view of the sand dunes across from West Lake. Wakeboard and water-ski lessons • Canoe, kayak and paddle boat rentals Banana boat rides • Tubing • Kids camp • Beach transfers Sunset cruises for groups • Bicycles More info } Birding Package at Jacksons Falls Country Inn in Milford Boutique Inn & Restaurant Prince Edward County is a bird lover’s paradise in the spring and fall. Package includes Accommodation, Early bird pack-and-go hot coffee and snack each morning. Delicious brunch and Dinner meal voucher. More info } Waterfun at Starlit Properties at Smith’s Bay. The water is crystal clear, shallow, with a sandy bottom. Relax, go back in time … enjoy the brilliant sky scape of innumerable stars without the city lights. Swim, fish, snorkel, kayak, canoe, relax on the 50 foot dock, play on our 26′ sailboat. Find out more } Golf Stay & Play Package at Sandbanks Summer Village Enjoy a premium […]
At Roblin Lake Fairgrounds At this great little country fair there are prizes for everything from pickles to pets to the best costume. The Fair is kicked off with a parade along the main street of Ameliasburgh and into the fairgrounds. The County Carriage Co. will be offering wagon rides, and there will be a petting zoo on Sunday. For details visit www.ameliasburgh.com/fallfair 613-968-9016
Ameliasburgh Heritage Village has grown from one building, in 1968, to a full pioneer village. The main structure was built in 1868 as a Wesleyan Methodist Church. It became a United Church in 1925 and served the community until 1967. Over the years, several additional buildings have been added to the site. A log cabin, display barns, an operational blacksmith shop, a sap shanty, dairy and bee-keeping buildings, and a large stone building housing the Goldie Corliss 18 foot flywheel. A highlight is Amelia’s Tea Room, which offers breakfast and/or lunch during Special Events on site. Upcoming Events in 2017: June 10-11 – Grandparents Weekend, 9:30-4:30. Celebration of generations, grandparents admitted free. Sept 3 – Homestead Heritage Days, 12-4. Heritage skills, demonstrations, blacksmith, corn roast. Dec 3 – Christmas in the Village. Tour around Ameliasburgh Village. Decorate Christmas cookies and evergreens; authentic settler Christmas at Museum’s log cabin; crafts and activities at Victoria Schoolhouse. Free, 1-4pm. Admission by donation. 476-2148 ext.258, [email protected] Ameliasburgh Heritage Village welcomes: Bus Tours School Visits Volunteers If booked in advance, the museum can also provide walking tours of the village of Ameliasburgh for groups.
Established in the Fall of 2013, Archway Connection is nestled in 25 beautiful acres in bucolic Prince Edward County, Ontario. As a Not-for-Profit centre, it offers a nurturing and welcoming environment for emotional healing, mental health wellness and experiential learning. We are open by appointment for tours, riding lessons, therapeutic sessions, and customized retreats. We also run wellness classes, camps and clubs. The grounds are kept as close to their natural state as possible. There are forests, peaceful ponds and a myriad of nature details to explore. Archway Connection’s therapeutic healing animals include wild mustangs, rescued horses, playful chickens, cats, dogs and a mammoth donkey. Animal-assisted therapy can be particularly beneficial for clients who are resistant to treatment or have difficulty accessing their emotions or expressing themselves in traditional modalities of therapy. Website: www.archwayconnection.com Guest House: The Sleeping Pony Oasis in the Country. LGBTQ+ Friendly. Open year round. 2 guests • 1 bedroom • 2 beds • 1 bath Features: fireplace, ensuite bath, barBQ, kitchen, WiFi A 2-story private, self-catering, cottage-like, guesthouse for adults set in the country. Surrounded by nature, farm animals and wildlife. Walking distance to winery and yoga studio. Unplug from the day to day chaos. Reconnect […]
Archway ConnectionA Not-for-Profit Centre for Animal Assisted Mental Health Wellness and Experiential Learning
1801 Fish Lake Road, Demorestville, Ontario, K0K 1W0
The Arts Trail is a great way to indulge your love of things hand-crafted and real. It’s an opportunity to explore your own inner artist spirit, to collect art, or just to go wild buying unique gifts. There is something satisfying about buying a creation from the artist who made it – the object and the pleasure of purchase stay with you like a good friend and provides a life long connection to a special County story. Naturally, the galleries and studios you visit will be as diverse as the artists themselves. Multiple-artist galleries are a great way of seeing a range of work, and part of the fun of the Arts Trail is that it takes you around our beautiful countryside to discover workshops, studios and galleries in a range of settings. Expect everything from cozy country to cutting edge – all good for your imagination, your experience of the County and our creative community. Visit artstrail.ca
Prince Edward County is proud to be the newest community to establish Barn Quilt Trails as part of a North American network of rural art. Come for a drive and explore our beautiful island community! Barn Quilts draw attention to disappearing rural landscapes, timber frame barns and the family farm. Barn Quilts tell a story, draw attention to unmarked historical places and create a year-round themed route for residents and visitors alike that celebrates rural culture and the traditional arts. Here in PEC, the initial trail starts from the Picton roundabout heading west and turns left onto County Road 32 (Mallory Road). Upon the end of County Road 32, the trail turns right onto County Road 12 (Stanley Street) and rejoins Highway 33 via Mill Street in Bloomfield. Other locations are popping up all over the County as well! If you are a visitor … Welcome! Enjoy driving or cycling our newest trail … the Barn Quilts Trail!
Prince Edward County, Ontario
2 and 3 bedroom cottages (housekeeping), 3 and 6 bedroom lodge. Located on the Bay of Quinte, in the heart of the best pickerel fishing in Ontario. Features: on the water • recreation room • boat rentals• dockage • marina facilities • ice fishing • wheelchair accessible • efficiency unit • children welcome • pet friendly
Baycrest Lodge & MarinaLocated on the Bay of Quinte, in the heart of the best pickerel fishing in Ontario.
Owen Lane - Big Island, Demorestville
Birdhouse City, located at Macaulay Mountain Conservation area, has attracted thousands of people. There are over 100 birdhouses, most of them reproductions of historic buildings and other recognizable structures. Features: Birdwatching | Comfort Station | Flora | Hiking Trails | Photo Spots | Picnic Areas Location: County Road 8 (Union Street, on the eastern outskirts of Picton) Picton Details about the bird houses For more information or to become involved as a member of the “Friends of Bird House City” organization please contact Quinte Conservation at www.quinteconservation.ca
224 County Road 8, Picton, Ontario
Award-winning Black Walnut Gardens is a remarkable organic oasis in Prince Edward County. With 28 gardens, many of them in raised beds; medicinal plants, exceptional herbs, exotic gardens, and heritage ones are featured on this 17 acre rural landscape. Extensive perennial beds of flowers, and intriguing vegetable gardens are a companion to a kitchen garden, market gardens, and a most extraordinary three-quarter acre Fragrant – Tactile Garden that is physically challenged accessible, with Braille signage, special seating, and a fountain feature. Black Walnut Educational Gardens also acts as a facility where gardens are a backdrop for schools, informal workshop sessions, university/college mentoring, and occasional symposium. This is a registered non-profit space, there are no fees, however donations are appreciated. Website: www.blackwalnutgardens.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/blackwalnutgardens Black Walnut Kids’ Activities: http://heathermilne11.wixsite.com/childrensactivities Black Walnut Memories: www.blackwalnutmemories.com
1695 Cty Rd. 17 R.R. #2 Milford Ontario
Bloomfield’s Original Night-Time Santa Claus Parade. The village of Bloomfield sparkles like a magical fairyland for their annual night-time holiday parade with floats, bands and lots of glitz. Main Street closes at 6 p.m. and all the holiday lights in the village are turned on at once. The parade starts at 6:30 p.m. For a small town Wonderful Life feeling, come to Bloomfield for the parade. Street closes at 6pm Parade starts at 6:30pm Food vendors available on Main Street Chili & hot chocolate at the Town Hall @ 4pm For more information contact: Paul 613-393-5021 Barry 613-393-5783 For details check www.bloomfieldontario.ca Photo thanks to Steve Davies