- Cycle Friendly
- Dock or Boat Ramp
- Dog friendly
- Meeting facilities
- Open all year
- Picnic spot
- Restaurant on site
- Services en français
- Wheelchair accessible
Picton Harbour Pontoon Tours! A Transport Canada, fully approved and insured commercial water touring company, operating within the sheltered waters of Prince Edward County. The boat comfortably accommodates up to 6 passengers on a stable, covered pontoon vessel. The boat has two engines…one being gasoline and the other is the electric motor used for quiet operation in shallow coves and birding habitats. View Picton’s points of interest and historical sites from a rarely seen perspective. Bring your camera (tripod on board). Great photo opportunities! Tours are 1 1/2 hours in length. Visit pictonboattours.ca to book your tour. Call or text the captain at 613-920-8453 for availability.
The first weekend after Labour Day One of the oldest agricultural fairs in Canada. Demo Derby, Midway, Music, Professional Wrestling, Horse, Cow and Steer shows, Flowers & Vegetables, Tractor & Horse pulls Location: Picton Fairgrounds 375 Main St. East, Hwy # 49 Picton, Ontario Visit www.pictonfair.org to see the full program.
375 Main Street East, Picton, Ontario, Canada
“fun, friendly, GREAT GOLF” Picton Golf and Country Club is a challenging and enjoyable 18 Hole, Par 72 Championship Course, with amazing views of Picton Bay. With four sets of tees, our premier championship course is inviting to golfers of all skill levels. With a fully stocked pro shop and superb amenities including a fully licensed clubhouse with great food overlooking Picton Bay, we can provide you with a golfing experience that not only is memorable but surprisingly affordable. The Golf Club Grill The Golf Club Grill continues to be the best spot to relax and enjoy a cold beverage and great food after a game of golf. Located at The Picton Golf & Country Club, overlooking the picturesque Picton Bay, the Golf Club Grill is also the perfect backdrop for a romantic dinner & all of life’s celebrations. We can accommodate up to 150 guests depending on your style and needs. Junior Program Junior golfers (up to age 18) are an important part of Picton Golf & Country Club. Picton Golf & Country Club offers exceptional membership rates for all Juniors (ages 11-18) and Junior Learners (Age 10 & under), including 50% discounts for children and grandchildren of members. Visit website for […]
Picton Golf & Country Club18 Hole, Par 72 Championship Course, with amazing views of Picton Bay + Golf Club Grill.
734 Highway 49 Picton Ontario
The Picton Pirates are a Canadian Junior ice hockey team based in Picton, Ontario. They play in the Empire B Junior C Hockey League of the Ontario Hockey Association. Prince Edward Community Centre located at 375 Main Street is where the Picton Pirates play their home games. Nicknamed the “Patcheyes”, the Picton Pirates were founded in 1989 as members of the Eastern Ontario Junior C Hockey League. Picton recently won the 2011 Empire “B” Junior C Championship. In the spring of 2013, The Pirates became just the seventh team from Eastern Ontario since the 1930s to win the Ontario Hockey Association’s Schmalz Cup, emblematic of Junior C supremacy in the province. (Reference: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prince_Edward_County,_Ontario.)
375 Main St. Picton Ontario
Enjoy the music, the clowns, the marching bands and all the fun of the big parade. Main Street will be closed at 1:00 p.m. so pick your spot and settle in for the big parade. It begins at 1:00 p.m. and ends with the arrival of Santa himself! Parade is along Main Street, Picton – from McFarland Drive to Main & Talbot Streets. Participants are asked to arrive at 12pm to muster prior to the parade.
After several years of fundraising, the splash pad opened on August 26, 2017. During the summer the splash pad will be open seven days a week, from 9 a.m. until 8 p.m. Built with a nautical theme – ships and various aqua items firing water around the pad – it also boasts the latest in green technology to dispose of the water runoff. The splash pad is located at the Picton Fairgrounds, beside the playground and skate park. https://www.facebook.com/PictonSplashPad/
375 Main Street, Picton, Ontario
Click on image to see enlarged version of map The Picton Recreation Committee and the Picton BIA worked together to design a set of three walking circles in Picton with lengths of 5, 3, and 1 kms. The longest route includes slightly more than 2 km of Millennium Trail, as well as walk through the downtown area. The 3 km route also takes you through downtown Picton, and then through an older residential section of town. The shortest route is a leisurely 1 km “Walk in the Park”. All routes start and end in the centre of town at the Mary Street Parking Lot where you will find a large sign version of our map and a very inviting bench for your comfort at the end of your journey. Please consider the stretches illustrated before and after walking – give them a try to limber up and cool down.
Beachcomb on the long pebble beach for driftwood and fossils, swim off the big flat limestone ledges, it’s a quiet beautiful place for a picnic – but remember to leave only footprints behind! An excellent place to watch a sunset. During spring and fall migration, it is one of the finest birding areas in Canada. Point Petre is an important stopover for mallard, black duck, blue- and green-winged teal, wood duck, hooded merganser, lesser and greater scaup, bufflehead and common merganser. See birding info. Favourite hangout from Rick Mayhew and Gerry Foster ☞ Point Petre, the point of Petre. Local tips: There are no signs to the water. Walk or drive down one of the lanes that lines the main road and at the end is the shore. Not all of the lanes are suitable for cars. Bring a picnic lunch and drinks (and a lawnchair), as there are no restaurants nearby. If you get there early in the a.m., walk across the road to see the bird banding (in season). The currents can be dangerous, there are sometimes undertows. Be careful. Bring a bag to collect your garbage, there are no waste disposal bins. The name is pronounced “Peter”, not “Petree”. […]
Point Petre Wildlife Conservation AreaA long pebble beach, and big flat limestone ledges. A quiet beautiful place for a picnic.
Point Petre, Prince Edward County, Ontario
Prince Edward Community Care for Seniors has been helping older adults to live independently in their own homes through the provision of a variety of services such as Recreation & Luncheon Socials, Meals to Home, Escorted Transportation, Social and Education Programs, Home Maintenance, Active Listening, Caregiver Support and Respite Care. If we cannot address their problem or issue with a service that we provide, then we refer them to the appropriate agency within the community.
Offering the ultimate wine experience. We are proud to offer every consumer a variety of choices including: a 5 star limousine service Rolls Royce tours passenger van helicopter tours day trips corporate packages accommodation packages
288 Main St. Bloomfield Ontario
Prince Edward Community Centre 375 Main Street, Picton Public Skating on Sundays, Mom Tot & Seniors skating throughout the week. Wellington District Community Centre 111 Belleville Street, Wellington Public skating on Sundays, Mom Tot & Seniors skating throughout the week. Schedules are posted at http://thecounty.ca/county-residents/recreational-facilities-and-rentals/arenas/ Outdoor Rinks Wellington: https://www.facebook.com/wellingtonoutdooricerink/ Demorestville: behind the Sophiasburgh Town hall in Demorestville.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
In October, Pumpkinfest features a fun-filled parade along Wellington Main Street, followed by a great pumpkin weigh-off. This wonderful wacky festival of pumpkins starts with a pancake breakfast, proceeds to The Friends of Wellington Heritage Museum, and carries on all day with games, music, food and fun, in the lakeside village of Wellington. See the schedule of events at www.pec.on.ca/pumpkinfest
Swimming … Hiking Trails … Refreshing … Relaxing … Recreation for Everyone!!! 975 acres of level land with large treed areas and grassy vistas along Lake Ontario. We`re one of Ontario’s largest and finest recreational campgrounds, designed to provide fun family get-a-ways. Features: beach · harbour · pool · splash park · wading pool · playground · mini-putt · teen recreation room and basketball · spacious adult lounge · horseshoe pits · shuffleboard · hiking trails · convenience store · snack bar · laundromat · high-speed internet · activities & events · pet friendly Member of Cottages & Campgrounds Association of Prince Edward County.
237 Salmon Point Road Cherry Valley
Roblin Lake is a rare kind of “lake within a lake”. It is nestled in Prince Edward County and is a kind of “fossil water”, a pool left behind by the glaciers that was once connected to Lake Ontario. Roblin Lake is home to one of Canada’s most famous A-frame log cabins, built by one of Canada’s most famous poets Al Purdy. Roblin Park features a ball diamond, playground, boat launch, and a small sandy beach. Check Beach Posting status: https://www.theswimguide.org/beach/105
Coleman St, Ameliasburgh, ON K0K 1A0.
The gem of Waupoos, Rose House has survived since the early 1800s with few alterations, inhabited by several generations of the Rose family. Peter Rose arrived in Prince Edward County among first Marysburgh settlers, made up largely of United Empire Loyalists and Hessian (German) soldiers who had fought for the British in the American Revolution. According to tradition, Rose House is constructed from salvaged timber from the community’s original Lutheran Church. Peter and his wife, Christiana Bongard, raised a large family in this modest farmhouse. Rose House Museum welcomes: Bus Tours School Visits Volunteers If booked in advance, the museum can also provide tours of the nearby Rose Cemetery for groups. Special events include: Annual Fish Fry Oktoberfest German Dinner
Rose House MuseumA Loyalist homestead, Rose House has survived since the early 1800s with few alterations.
3333 Cty. Rd.#8 Waupoos Ontario
May, check Picton Rotary website for details 27 Kilometers ~ 57 Kilometers ~ 100 Kilometers Join us for our annual cycling event in support of Literacy in Prince Edward County. This event features three marked courses and will take riders on some of Prince Edward County’s most beautiful cycling routes including Big Island and Green Point. All routes will Start and Finish in Picton at the Prince Edward Community Center Rotary Hall. Refreshments will be available at all route check points and a Post Ride BBQ will be provided. This is NOT a Closed Course Event. All rules of the road will apply. Registration For Online Registration & Event Information: www.pictonrotary.ca Event Day Registration – Cash Only A Charity Tax Receipt for approx. 50% of registration fee available
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Rutherford Stevens Lookout County Road 13 in Waupoos A scenic view overlooking Waupoos Island and Smith’s Bay. (click on the image above to see the full view)
Prince Edward County is surrounded by 800 km of shoreline offering a dozen or more sheltered harbors and many facilities that cater to boating are located throughout, including full-service marinas. The County has a rich sailing history which can be discovered at Mariners Park Museum in South Marysburgh. For those interested in a broader collection of maritime material, Picton is also home to The Archives and Collections Society which offers more than fifty thousand documents on the Great Lakes and the sea, maritime history and navigation. The Prince Edward County Yacht Club, located in Picton Harbour, offers a junior sailing program for children aged 10–18 using monohull dinghies which sail out into the Bay of Quinte.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Starting at the Park Store in the Outlet Beach sector of the park, the 5k and 10k runs allow participants to enjoy the park and lakeside scenery, and is a great fund-raiser for the Terry Fox Foundation. Register online at: https://www.events.runningroom.com//site/?raceId=13354 For more information see friendsofsandbanks.org
Sandbanks Fall Getaway Fun RunSeptember. 5k and 10k runs allow participants to enjoy the park and lakeside scenery
Sandbanks, Prince Edward County, Ontario
Sandbanks is among the largest and most beautiful beaches in Ontario, with golden sand and sparkling water. Windsurfing, sailing, canoeing and boating compete with sunbathing and swimming as favourite park activities. Sandbanks boasts three sandy beaches, Outlet Beach, Sandbanks Beach and Dunes Beach. Two of the finest bay mouth sandbar and coastal sand dune systems in the province can be found here. Sandbanks is also home to an interesting mix of vegetation and wildlife. Sandbanks offers trails and a day use playground. Can’t access the beach? Borrow our Beach Wheelchair from the Woodyard. Check updates for beach closures, reservation availability, fire bans, beach advisories at ontarioparks.com Swimming advisory updates for: Sandbanks Dunes Beach (West Lake Beach) Outlet Beach Sandbanks (Lake Ontario Beach) Favourite hangouts from Peta Shelton ☞ Lakeshore Lodge, overlooking the dunes beach late afternoon and for sunset. Local tips: Reserve campsites well in advance. Lineups for Sandbanks beach can be really long, especially on hot days in the summer. In 2016, electronic road signs were installed to let visitors know if the park is full (yes, sometimes the park is very popular and fills to capacity!) Get there early in the day. Check the Sandbanks Twitter account for updates […]
Sandbanks Provincial ParkThree beautiful beaches. 549 Campsites. Visitor Centre. Recreational rentals. Fishing.
3004 County Rd. 12, West Lake