- Dog friendly
- Picnic spot
- Wheelchair accessible
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
Prince Edward Family Health Team Walking Program At Prince Edward Collegiate Institute Walk the hallways of Prince Edward Collegiate Institute this winter. The Prince Edward Family Health Team brings you a Walking Program that runs Monday through to Thursday from 5:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. until the end of April. Choose your night(s), your pace, your time commitment and your route. Make a plan, take a friend and have fun! All are welcome and best of all it’s FREE! Date: Mondays to Thursdays, Until April 30th Time: 5:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Location: Prince Edward Collegiate Institute, 41 Barker Street, Picton
Walking Program At Prince Edward Collegiate InstituteMake a plan, take a friend and have fun! All are welcome and best of all it’s FREE!
41 Barker Street, Picton, Ontario
The Ameliasburgh Recreation Committee with volunteers from Rossmore have created a one kilometre trail leading from the Rossmore Park on County Road 28 through to Bay Breeze Estates.
Rossmore Prince Edward County
Geocaching is a real-world outdoor treasure hunting game. Players try to locate hidden containers, called geocaches, using GPS-enabled devices and then share their experiences online. Follow this link to find Prince Edward County geocache locations Practice “Cache In Trash Out” While out geocaching, bring a bag with you to pick up trash along the way.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
The Prince Edward County Dog Park is located in Delhi Park in Picton. This area was built and is maintained by The Prince Edward Dog Park Association which is a non-profit organization. The dog park has two free parking lots from which you can access the park. Lalor Street parking lot is located just off York Street and is at the very end of Lalor Street. Mary Street Parking lot is just at the end of Elizabeth Street. The dog park is a large fenced in green space with a double gate entrance. For rules and any other information regarding The Prince Edward Dog Park please check out The Prince Edward Dog Park Association’s website.
7 Lalor St., Picton, Ontario
Children 7 to 13 can join in summer fun, exploring and learning about the great outdoors in Belleville and Picton. Week-long day camps are offered for select weeks in July and August. For over 20 years Quinte Conservation has been offering quality day camp experiences to local youth through summer camp programs. The Nature Links Day Camp program offers children a fun, active and outdoor summer experience at Potter’s Creek Conservation Area near Belleville or Macaulay Mountain Conservation Area near Picton.
Macaulay Mountain, Picton Ontario
Currently a trail runs alongside the Johnson Street Soccer fields at Johnson Street in Picton. The trail is lined with various outdoor fitness equipment for both adults and children. Future plans include extending the trail into the Picton Fair Grounds.