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Labour Day Weekend 10am–4pm Welcome to the annual Rednersville Road Art Tour. We have opened our homes and studios for this special weekend and invite you to view our work, share our enthusiasm and purchase that unique treasure. All the work presented for sale is original and represents a variety of styles, media and prices. You can start your tour at any point along the road but we know at the end of your visit, you will be delighted by the talent and creativity you experience. Our doors are open on the Labour Day Weekend from 10 am to 4 pm. Take one, two or three days to see our studios and workplaces, as well as enjoy some spectacular views and gardens. The Rednersville Road, or Prince Edward County Road 3, follows along the shore of the Bay of Quinte from Highway 62 at Rossmore. Watch for the signs at each tour stop and have a wonderful time! Website: www.rednersvilleroadarttour.com
Rednersville, Prince Edward County, Ontario
Apple Falls Cider Company creates ciders that feature the true flavours of Prince Edward County. Our cider uses 100% Campbell’s Orchards apples, hand picked from the family farm. The exceptional quality of the apples from Campbell’s Orchards directly ensures great tasting cider. Hours Thursday thru Sunday Our cider is available for sale at Campbell’s Orchards during their regular store hours. Tour Enjoy a tour of Apple Falls Cider Co. and The Campbell’s Orchards. Please visit our website @ applefallscider.ca to book a tour. With your tour you will enjoy: Tastings of all our current ciders Detailed explanation of the cider making process including picking, pressing, fermenting, aging and drinking! Exclusive first-taste of all our in-progress ciders Walk-through tour of the cidery (inside and out) The tour is $5 per person and lasts approximately 30 minutes. Tasting Apple Falls Cider Co. currently has 4 different ciders to taste and we are always coming out with new and exciting ciders. [powr-social-feed id=59029171_1519141343]
Apple Falls Cider Co.Ciders that feature the true flavours of Prince Edward County. Visit us for a tasting or tour.
1633 CR3, Carrying Place, Ontario
Paintings by Susan Moshynski (BFA) An eclectic mix of vivid contemporary and traditional paintings in mainly acrylic and oils. Plus pastel figure drawings and portraits. Susan’s work depicts local scenes and those from her travels abroad. Welcome to her home studio and gallery on the beautiful Bay of Quinte, opened by chance or by appointment. Paintings • Drawings • Portraits • Political Cartoons • Caricatures
By the Bay Art StudioPainter in Contemporary and Traditional styles and Political Cartoonist/Caricaturist
#3370 County Rd.3 Carrying Place ON
We are open all year round! Campbell’s Orchards, is your local Apple Orchard & Farm Market. Our Pick-Your-Own offerings include apples, pumpkins, berries, tomatoes and various field vegetables. Campbell’s Farm Market sells fresh grown produce, grown on site, as well the finest in dairy, preserves and spreads. And while you are filling your shopping baskets, enjoy some family fun in our country play zone and corn maze. Fresh baking daily. Kawartha Dairy Ice Cream. Apple wedding favours. Check our website for seasonal events. Groups & Tours Group tours welcome, please pre-book. Summer & Fall Birthday Packages School tours [powr-social-feed id=e776a458_1520806408]
Campbell’s OrchardsOpen year round. Fresh produce,dairy, preserves, baking, ice cream. Seasonal events.
1633 Rednersville Road Carrying Place Ontario
Carrying Place is a community that serves as the gateway to Prince Edward County. Situated just south of Trenton, it was named for its location on the portage between the Bay of Quinte and Weller’s Bay on Lake Ontario. The Loyalist Parkway passes through the community. Carrying Place is home to the Department of National Defence’s LPH-89 antenna farm attached to CFB Trenton and located along Loyalist Parkway south of Twelve O’clock Point. Of considerable historical importance, Carrying Place or the Portage was thought to have a better future than Toronto when water transport was the principal means of travel. Situated on the narrow neck of land separating the western terminus of the Bay of Quinte from Weller’s Bay on Lake Ontario, it was a thriving community in the 1800′s. Both ends of the old portage route were well-developed to accommodate the needs of the tired traveler. Used for centuries by the Indians, Champlain rested here in 1615. A stone cairn commemorates the signing of the Gunshot Treaty of 1787. (It was by this treaty that the Mississauga Indians relinquished to the Crown all of their lands stretching from the Bay of Quinte westerly to the Etobicoke River, including the City […]
The Loyalist Parkway, “your route through history.” The Loyalist Parkway (Hwy #33) follows a pioneer colonial route on which the first segments were built two hundred years prior. The route connects several historical settlement sites in Prince Edward County, continuing east through Bath to what is now Kingston. While driving the Loyalist Parkway, experience some of Ontario’s best boutique shopping, countless studios and galleries, quaint inns, homegrown B&B’s, and fabulous restaurants and cafés. There are over 40 listed archaeologic sites and at least 125 notable heritage buildings adjacent to the Parkway. A one meter wide paved shoulder has been provided for cyclists along its length.
Hwy 33 Prince Edward County
1 bedrooms + 1 bathrooms (accommodates 4) Wi-Fi; Flat-screen TV; Apple TV; Blu-ray and movie collection Propane BBQ; 2 decks; shared back yard with firepit and gazebo Water view of the Bay of Quinte Secure bike storage area Central air for summer stays, fully winterized for low season Centrally located, easy drive to beaches and wineries 40 minutes to Sandbanks; Beach pass included
Sleeps 10 · 4 Bedrooms · 2 Bathrooms This newly renovated waterfront cottage comes with the comforts of home, from quality bedding and a fully equipped kitchen to Wi-Fi and indoor/outdoor activities. Enjoy stunning lake views and local wildlife, while waking up with a morning coffee; cooling off from the hot summer sun; or gathering around the fire to toast marshmallows at dusk. Features: Waterfront, Fully equipped kitchen, WiFi, A/C, Fireplace, Washer & Dryer, Linens provided, Family-friendly amenities and Beach toys What’s nearby: Located in Carrying Place, directly on the waterway between Lake Ontario and Weller’s Bay. Trenton and Brighton are approximately a 15-minute drive. 40+ wineries are located in Prince Edward County. North Beach Provincial Park and Presqui’le Provincial Park are within a short drive Reservations: Please check availability and rates at cottagesincanada.com/28029 Minimum stay during the summer is a week. No pets allowed.
116 Barley Rd. Rednersville
Carrying Place Ontario
Carrying Place Ontario
133 Carter Rd, Carrying Place, ON K0K1L0
Carriage Lane Elopements & Intimate WeddingsIntimate, all inclusive wedding venue for elopements & small groups
19 Carriage Lane Carrying Place, Ontario
20 County Road 64 Old Portage Road, Carrying Place
Carrying Place Ontario
Country Porch CraftsRustic primitive decor, wreaths, signs & so much more! All at unbeatable prices!
21627 Loyalist pkwy, Carrying Place