- Dog friendly
- Wheelchair accessible
County Farm Centre encompasses crop inputs, a retail store, livestock feed, fuel deliveries, and propane tank refills. Product lines at County Farm Centre include a complete pet care centre and a wide selection of frozen foods.
County Farm Centre Ltd.Agriculture supplies, propane tank refills, fuel deliveries, frozen foods, pet care centre.
38 Cold Storage Road Picton Ontario
Little Bluff Conservation Area Little Bluff features an 18 metre high limestone bluff with a panoramic view of Prince Edward Bay. Waterfowl and red-winged blackbirds can be seen in the marsh nearby. Features: Birdwatching, Comfort Station, Cycling, Fishing, Flora, Hiking Trails, Photo Spots, Picnic Areas, Swimming (unsupervised) Also see QuinteConservation.ca Local tips: It’s easy to miss the sign into Little Bluff. Terrain may be difficult for people with mobility challenges. To access the beach you walk down a fairly steep path through the woods, there is a handrail. There are water snakes but they are nervous of people and swim away. Bring your camera — and binoculars.
Little Bluff Conservation Area18 metre high limestone bluff affording a picturesque view of Prince Edward Bay
South Bay, Prince Edward County, Ontario
Macaulay Mountain is a favourite destination for hikers and picnickers. Macaulay Mountain area features 440 acres offering easy hiking in the lowland area, more rugged trekking on the escarpment portion, or a pleasant family walk along a series of gravelled paths along the Whattam`s Memorial Walkway. There is plenty to see here including the famed Bird House City with its over 100 miniature reproductions of local buildings. There are 20 km of trails, including biking trails maintained by the Bloomfield Bicycle Club. In the winter, this is an ideal spot for cross-country skiing and tobogganing. Macaulay Mountain Conservation Area has 11 km of trails available for cross-country skiing. Activities/Features: Birdwatching, Comfort Station. Flora, Hiking , Trails, Off-road cycling, Photo Spots, Picnic Areas, Snowshoeing/skiing, Dog walking Local tips: There are 3 different levels of interesting and twisty trails, but they’re not well marked. Ski trails are often not groomed. History: The conservation area is named after the late William Macaulay, the son of a United Empire Loyalist, who donated much of the land where Picton is located today. Website: quinteconservation.ca (see trail map)
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
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 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 https://twitter.com/sandbankspp The most popular beaches at Sandbanks are the Outlet with its washrooms, shop and rentals, […]
Sandbanks Provincial ParkThree beautiful beaches. 549 Campsites. Visitor Centre. Recreational rentals. Fishing.
3004 County Rd. 12, West Lake
Walk, run or bike on the Millennium Trail – a former railway that’s been converted into a multipurpose trail. You’ll pass by farmers fields, forests and creeks, not to mention marshes that are teeming with wildlife like frogs, turtles, beavers, and birds. A great spot to take the dog for a long walk or just to get out and enjoy nature for a while. The trail system serves as a County wide recreational facility for local residents, visitors and to provide access for farm vehicles by adjacent land owners. The trail corridor is 15 meters in width and 49 kilometers in length and a total land area of 73.5 hectares. The trail starts in Carrying Place and winds through the County to Picton with various vistas and natural landscapes. The Millennium Trail is an important local off-road connection that links residents and communities along the entire 49 kilometer corridor length. Although, predominantly rural, the corridor passes through several urban areas that are characterized by adjacent residents, street crossings and connections to other walkway systems. The Trail is accessible at several locations throughout the County with specific hiking points in Picton, Wellington, Bloomfield and Consecon. In Wellington, at the end of […]
Prince Edward County, Ontario
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
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
2290 County Road #10 Picton Ontario
97 Main St. 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
149 Main St. Picton Ontario