- Wheelchair accessible
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
The Prince Edward Community Centre is a public facility used for hockey, skating, special events, weddings, concerts, fairs, etc. This versatile space can be transformed to suit the style of any event theme, colour scheme, or vision. The Banquet Hall is perfect for hosting large events such as weddings, concerts, meetings etc. Tables, chairs and the kitchen are included in the rental. The Prince Edward Community Centre also features adequate parking, a new playground and skate park with canteen, two ball diamonds, grand stands, horse ring, cattle barn/pavillion, the beautiful Crystal Palace, and a Curling Club. Adequate parking is available. To book the facility please call the Booking Representative at 613.476.2148 x5003 or email [email protected]
375 Main Street Picton
Welcome to the Prince Edward County Trail Riders Snowmobile Club! Located in the heart of Prince Edward County, between Toronto and Ottawa, south of Belleville, we groom and maintain 220 kms of trails throughout The County. We sell trail passes and host events. We maintain 50 kms of the Millennium Trail with a series of feeder trails totaling close to 220 kms of total trails. A map is located on our website. Under the authority of the Motorized Snow Vehicle Act, the Ministry of Transportation has authorized the Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC) as an agent to issue Snow Vehicle Operators Licenses.
204 Kingsley Road Picton ON
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/
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Learn how to clog, Friday nights 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. in Trenton, September to April. All ages, no experience required. Salvation Army Hall, 244 Dundas Street East, Trenton. Contact: [email protected]
244 Dundas Street E, Trenton
399 Gilead Road Bloomfield Ontario
The ROC hosts several programs throughout the week for youth ages 5 to 18. All programs address three key areas of healthy living: physical, mental and social well-being through skills-based and role-playing activities, fun creative programs, sports, games and mentoring with positive role models. The centre is open weekdays from 2:30 p.m. until 5:30 p.m. and all programming is free for the participants. For more information: www.theROC.ca
ROC, Recreation Outreach CentreThe ROC hosts several programs throughout the week for youth ages 6 to 18.
299 Main St., Picton, Ontario
The Prince Edward Rod and Gun Club (PERGC) is situated on 46 acres, and our facilities consist of a clubhouse, 3 trap houses, a hundred yard outdoor range, which is used for rifle and handguns. We have 3 rifle benches in an enclosed trailer, which enhances shooting in inclement weather. We shoot trap on Sundays from April to November, starting at 10 am. Guests are welcome for all shooting disciplines, but must be accompanied by a member on the rifle range. Please feel free to drop by and visit if you are in The County. We are also looking to expand the membership, if you are interested. Visitor Information Prince Edward Rod and Gun Club is open to visitors every Sunday from 10:30am to 12:30am. All visitors must report to the club house upon arrival. All shooting by visitors must be supervised by club members. Fees – $5.00 per visit, plus regular member charges for trap. Located on Gun Club Road, just off Old Milford Road in Picton.
Ross Street, Picton, Ontario
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Prince Edward Skating Club Activities: The skating association is a member of Skate Canada Club. The club employs professional skating coaches, certified through the National Coaching Certification Program, to deliver the programs.
Prince Edward County, Ontario
Prince Edward County Soccer Association holds games four days a week on 6 spectacular fields, with the added benefit of Johnson Street. PECSA has an average of 1000 children enjoying the sport every summer.
38 Johnson St. Picton ON
Activities: The group meets to practice and teach square dancing once a week. Anyone may join including seniors and children but couples are preferred. Wednesday nights at the high school from 8-10.
The Wellington and District Community Centre is a public facility used for hockey, skating, special events, weddings, tournaments, etc. Opened in December of 2010, this facility features a regulation NHL size ice pad, walking track, small fitness area, Mini stick hockey rink and a licenced lounge overlooking the ice pad. With natural light and neutral colour schemes the facility can be transformed to match any vision, colour scheme, and event theme. The large Highline Hall can be partitioned in half, depending on your event needs and attendance. Tables, chairs and kitchen are included in the rental. Each end of the Highline Hall is equipped with a ceiling mounted InFocus projector for audio/visual needs and full size screen. With ample parking, easy to find location, and variety of amenities makes this facility an attractive venue. The Wellington and District Community Centre is a larger facility than the Prince Edward Community Centre and can hold a greater number of guests. Hosting large tournaments or events is a possibility at this facility. With the capacity to have 1225 people in the viewing stands, 120 people in the lobby, 60 in the lounge, and 100 in the multi-purpose room, the Wellington and District Community Centre has a total capacity of […]
111 Belleville Street Wellington Ontario
Who Can Apply: Any calibre of player. Groups will be assigned according to age and ability. Ages 6-14 boys and girls.
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.
Annual Wellington Women’s Half Marathon Wellington, Ontario Race sells out early every year !! For our participants in both of the races, our hope is that everyone will be embraced by the opportunity to be surrounded by women of all shapes, ages and abilities all with the same common goal of achieving a healthy active life. Each and every participant has had to make personal sacrifices and arrange absolutely crazy schedules to meet the training required to walk or run such impressive distances. Take the time to enjoy the event and what you have done to get there! Details & registration at http://wellingtonwomenshalf.com/