The Village of Bloomfield is located on the Loyalist Parkway in the centre of “The County”. Some of the finest artisans/craft shops, antique shops, restaurants and bed and breakfasts are located here.
Enjoy a picnic at the restored Bloomfield Mill Pond on Mill Street, which features a playground, fishing and picnic areas. And don’t miss a stop at Slickers handmade artisanal ice cream shop!
Bloomfield Business Directory
Public washrooms are located behind the Town Hall, at the west end of the shopping district. Also at the Public Library (part-time hours).
History: Named after Captain Bloomfield in 1833, the village was a thriving community and the heart of early Quakerism in Prince Edward County. Bull’s Creek on the east side supported a number of grist, flour, woolen and saw mills. Farming played an important role in Bloomfield’s history along with its canning and cheese factories.