- Cycle Friendly
- Dock or Boat Ramp
- Dog friendly
- Meeting facilities
- Open all year
- Picnic spot
- Restaurant on site
- Services en français
- Wheelchair accessible
Early in December. Wellington’s Annual Holiday Celebration and Parade! A whole weekend of enjoyment! Hosted by the Wellington Recreation Committee
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
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
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
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
Outstanding contemporary Canadian theatre performed in inspiring County locations! Festival Players of Prince Edward County is the region’s professional summer theatre company. For ten years, Festival Players has brought the beautiful landscapes, towns and villages of the County to life through the incredible power of theatre. We invite you to explore the County with us through performances for adults, families and children! It’s a big, bold, and beautiful season. We hope you’ll join us! Tickets available for purchase online, by phone, or in-person! www.festivalplayers.ca 613.476.1991 / 1.866.584.1991
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Beside the historic Crystal Palace is the County Youthpark. It provides a great location for people of all ages and interests to congregate. The skatepark and innovative playground are nestled in the corner of the Picton Fairgrounds property (which also holds the Picton Arena, the Prince Edward Curling Club & Crystal Palace).The skatepark is recognized by the skateboarding/biking community as one of Ontario’s best parks. The playground is also very creative and innovative and well used by those in the community. Washrooms on site. During the summer, a canteen is open to sell small food items.
375 Main Street East Picton Fairgrounds
A Full Service Dog Boarding Kennel & Training Facility Dog Boarding Dog Daycare Long-term Boarding Group Classes Private Classes Problem Correction Dog Behaviour Assessments
206 Gilead Rd. Bloomfield Ontario
Located on beautiful West Lake overlooking the world’s largest freshwater sand dunes. It’s a quiet, relaxing retreat from today’s hectic pace on the doorstep of the Sandbanks Provincial Park. In the area, you will find first-class fishing, swimming and bike trails. Facilities: on the water • cottages • camping • boat rentals • satellite TV • wireless internet • A/C • fishing packages • charters • boat rentals • cycle friendly Member of Cottages & Campgrounds Association of Prince Edward County.
2028 County Road #12 West Lake Ontario
Located in the heart of Wellington, Wellington Rotary Public Beach is popular for families, walkers and cyclists. A boardwalk lines the beach and parking is free! Facilities: washrooms, benches, boardwalk, picnic tables, picnic shelter, change rooms, boat launch with access to West Lake and Lake Ontario For current beach information, check https://www.theswimguide.org/beach/107 or call the Health Unit automated Beach Info-Line at 613-966-5500 or 1-800-267-2803, ext. 652. Pet friendly Local tips: This is a great picnic spot. Grab a picnic lunch at the nearby Foodland grocery store. There is a deli counter with sandwiches, salads, desserts and cold drinks, and they even supply free plastic cutlery at the checkout counter. Top your day off with ice cream – Wellington has 3 ice cream shops (along the Main street).
This majestic 117-acre regulation golf course offers you a unique and challenging golfing experience. Designed by Azinger Design Company Inc., featuring an exciting 9-hole, 3,500-yard layout that’s sure to please every golf enthusiast. Tee times available. All are welcomed by our friendly, knowledgeable staff. Set in the heart of Prince Edward County’s wine region, located 20 minutes from Sandbanks Provincial Park in the village of Wellington. The golf course is an interesting mix of links style golf holes exposed to the breezes off Lake Ontario and contrasting, mature tree-lined fairways. A quality Azinger design that appeals to golfers of all ability. We cater to all golfers, regardless of ability, with four large bent grass tee decks on every hole. Our practice area consists of a 120,000 square foot bent grass tee deck, an aquatic range, a 5,000 square foot practice putting green and a practice bunker. Our certified teaching professional offers private, semi-private and clinics (group lessons). So if you want to hit balls on the driving range or work on your short game, are an avid golfer, a recreational golfer, or a family, we have the premium practice facility in Prince Edward County. We recognize that life can be busy and […]
157 Prince Edward Drive Wellington Ontario
The Wellington Lions Dragon Boat Club is a recreational club for adults of all ages and fitness levels. We paddle in West Lake in Wellington 2 nights a week and we enter local festivals during the summer. Newcomers and experienced paddlers are welcome to join us. Equipment and coaching is provided. New paddlers are welcome to paddle 3 times to see if they are interested in joining our club.
Open Victoria Day weekend through September. Wellington Heritage Museum is located in the heart of the village of Wellington. It was built in 1885 as a Quaker Meeting House and now features exhibits on local history. Highlights include a tribute to the Quakers or “Society of Friends” who played a notable role in the County’s development. In addition, the Douglas A. Crawford Canning Industry Collection conveys the importance of that industry in Prince Edward County. There were over 75 different canning factories operating here between 1882 and 1996. Wellington Heritage Museum is a bicycle friendly site. Wellington Heritage Museum welcomes: Bus Tours School Visits Volunteers If booked in advance, the museum can also provide walking tours of the village of Wellington for groups.
A hockey club for players aged 15 to 20, playing in the Ontario Hockey Association Junior A league. Every season for the past dozen years the Wellington Dukes have finished at, or near the top of the II-tier league. “Parents of hockey-playing kids all over Ontario compete to send their kids to try out for the Dukes. Players aspiring for hockey scholarships to American universities, vie to play for the Dukes…” (reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Edward_County,_Ontario.) Wellington was chosen to host the 2014 Dudley-Hewitt Cup at their new arena.
A bending and curving shoreline, vast marshes and wetlands and the largest freshwater dune system in the world at Sandbanks are just some of the natural treasures you will enjoy in the County. There are also plenty of beautiful small country towns to enjoy each with excellent shops and restaurants. Carrying Place :: 6.2 km, Hiking & Walking, Cycling – Roads & Paths http://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/trails-a-z/carrying-place-waterfront-trail/ Wellington :: 32 km, Hiking & Walking, Cycling – Roads & Paths http://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/trails-a-z/wellington—waterfront-trail/ Bloomfield :: 5 km, Hiking & Walking, Running, Cycling – Roads & Paths http://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/trails-a-z/bloomfield—waterfront-trail/ Picton :: PEC’s Trail ends at Glenora where you can take a ferry to Adophustown and continue along the Waterfront Trail through Greater Napanee. 4.5 km, Hiking & Walking, Cycling – Roads & Paths http://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/trails-a-z/picton-waterfront-trail/ Also see :: Prince Edward County – Conservation areas, Parks, Trails map
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Quinte Educational Museum & Archives (QEMA) Celebrating the History of Education in the Quinte Area The Montgomery Family has generously donated the 1904 `Victoria Schoolhouse` to be used as the new, permanent home for QEMA`s extensive collections. We are currently located in the former Ameliasburgh Council Chambers at 13 Coleman Street in Ameliasburg, with our century-old Victoria Schoolhouse on location at the Ameliasburgh Heritage Village. We are open daily for the season from the Victoria Day Weekend until Labour Day Weekend from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. The Archives are open on Monday mornings. Appointments may be arranged outside these times by calling our office at 613-966-5501. Visit our website for details.
Victoria School (museum)Quinte Educational Museum & Archives (QEMA) Celebrating the History of Education in the Quinte Area
517 County Rd 19, Ameliasburgh, Ontario
Waterfront Resort on West Lake, linen and towels provided. Walking distance to the quaint town of Wellington with superb fine dining restaurants, play ground and fantastic public beach. Over 35 Wineries close by. 3 bedroom Suite/ and a one bedroom suite as well on the Resort. Rent a canoe, kayak or SUP on site. Full kitchen and an amazing water view, beautifully landscaped grounds, sit on the waterfront deck or relax in our hammocks or the Hollywood swing. Certificate of excellence winner from Tripadvisor for the second year! Features: waterfront, complimentary beach pass, Satellite TV, BBQ, Free WIFI high speed, A/C, pet friendly ($) Activities: kayak, canoe & SUP rental on site, 2 vintage bicycles for rent on site, docking, bicycle storage, wineries nearby Within walking distance: fine dining; Tim Hortons, Gas Station/Convenience Store, public beach, public play ground, tennis court, Wellington Harbour, Galleries and Studios, shopping, Millennium Trail, skating, hockey arena Visit twinbirch.ca for reservations. Download Resort Map Member of Cottages & Campgrounds Association of Prince Edward County.
Take in nature and wildlife at the following conservation areas for a variety of outdoor activities: H.J. McFarland (for the panoramic view of the Bay of Quinte), Pointe Petre (for the birding), Little Bluff (for the view of Prince Edward Bay) and Macaulay Mountain (for the hiking). The Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory and Beaver Meadow Wildlife Management Area are also fun, educational family-friendly outings. The trails in Quinte Conservation areas are available for hiking, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. For information on County Trails as well as other trails in Ontario please visit Ontario Trails – this website identifies trails from the Sandbanks Provincial Park, Millennium Trail, as well as winter trails for snowmobilers (PEC Trail Riders). http://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Non-smoking taxi. Courteous, accommodating service. Also available for local Wine Tours. Casino Runs available. I will pick up you and five friends at your home, and drive you to the casino.
Take in a show — on screen, on stage, or via satellite — at this historic theatre on Main Street in Picton. One of the few surviving art-deco movie houses in Ontario, Picton’s downtown Regent Theatre is host to a variety of plays, musicals and art movie screenings throughout the year. First run movies and an international satellite feed round out the offerings of The Regent, making it a diverse venue that truly reflects the community. Check out the The Regent Theatre Playbill, Movies and Cinefest for the latest updates, tickets and show times. Free family movies are featured on the last Sunday of each month. theregenttheatre.org History of the Regent Theatre History of the Regent Theatre, video courtesy of History Lives Here The Regent is a rare example of a still intact Edwardian opera house. It opened in 1918 in a renovated warehouse. It featured films and an orchestra. In 1922 the facade was changed, and the interior was renovated to fit 1,100 seats! The addition of a 70-foot loft tower at the rear of the building accommodates backdrops for quick scene changes. It remains the largest “fly stage” between Toronto and Montreal and is equivalent to the one at […]