- Cycle Friendly
- Dock or Boat Ramp
- Dog friendly
- Open all year
- Picnic spot
- Services en français
Quinte Educational Museum & Archives (QEMA) Celebrating the History of Education in the Quinte Area The Montgomery Family has generously donated the 1904 `Victoria Schoolhouse` to be used as the new, permanent home for QEMA`s extensive collections. We are currently located in the former Ameliasburgh Council Chambers at 13 Coleman Street in Ameliasburg, with our century-old Victoria Schoolhouse on location at the Ameliasburgh Heritage Village. We are open daily for the season from the Victoria Day Weekend until Labour Day Weekend from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. The Archives are open on Monday mornings. Appointments may be arranged outside these times by calling our office at 613-966-5501. Visit our website for details.
Victoria School (museum)Quinte Educational Museum & Archives (QEMA) Celebrating the History of Education in the Quinte Area
517 County Rd 19, Ameliasburgh, Ontario
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66 Rowlands Lane Ameliasburgh Ontario
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. Status in 2017 The Trail is a work in progress but only the 11 km stretch in and around Wellington from Danforth Rd. east to Cty. Rd. 2 is good for cycling. The stretch from there east to Picton is rough but passable. The stretch to the west from Danforth becomes impassable, at times under water and muddy, and rocky. The plan is to have the entire trail completed in two years time. 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 […]
Prince Edward County, Ontario
a unique gifts and goods store Not your average shopping experience – Stop in for a snoop, stay for a visit. Check out the locally made treasures we’ve carefully selected! We work directly with area artisans, so ask for the story behind the wares. Whether you’re buying food for your table to share a meal with friends or a particular piece of art that has a special meaning for someone you love, gifts and goods express feelings and weave into memories. We are open June – December Thursday thru Sunday 11am – 6pm ( + tue/wed in July, August and December ) cycle friendly • suitable for children • fournit des services en francais We continue to be a locally sourced, sustainably-minded and TAX FREE space 🙂 If you have questions about this, don’t hesitate to ask – we are happy to share our story. Check us out at the historic Marsh House at 217 Cty Rd 29 (Mill St) | Consecon, West Prince Edward County We are a 12 minute drive from the 401 or a 20-30 minute drive from Bloomfield / Picton off of Loyalist Pkwy (Hwy 33) In the village: beside the library and across from the post office
217 County Rd. 29 (Mill St.), Consecon ON
extensive private beach on Lake Ontario ideal swimming, watersports, birdwatching spectacular sunsets minutes to wineries, spas, shopping, casual or fine restaurants excellent local golf, tranquil cycling ✔ fournit des services en français
R.R. #3 Consecon Ontario
Roblin Lake is a rare kind of “lake within a lake”. It is nestled in Prince Edward County and is a kind of “fossil water”, a pool left behind by the glaciers that was once connected to Lake Ontario. Roblin Lake is home to one of Canada’s most famous A-frame log cabins, built by one of Canada’s most famous poets Al Purdy. Roblin Park features a ball diamond, playground, boat launch, and a small sandy beach. Check Beach Posting status: https://www.theswimguide.org/beach/105
Coleman St, Ameliasburgh, ON K0K 1A0.
Canada’s only truly “green” winery, being “off-Grid” and following organic practices in the vineyard and the winery. Sun, soil and organic practices help craft Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir from grapes grown on the property. We also offer County Chardonnay and Riesling. Come and Taste with us at Redtail Vineyard Hours: April To October Daily 10.30am – 5pm November To March Saturday & Sunday 10.30am – 5pm Monday – Thursday, By chance or Appt
422 Partridge Hollow Road Consecon Ontario
The Marilyn Adams Research Centre, at Ameliasburgh, Ontario is the only free standing Genealogical Research Centre in Canada. Visit the library in person to research your family genealogy, access our databases online, or request help from our volunteers. Searchable Names Database Online: an index to over 1.1 million names from genealogies in the library. Heal Database: an index to 147,760 names in the Heal Collection.
528 County Rd. 19, Ameliasburgh Ontario
Relax and enjoy the quiet comfort of our lakeside home in the heart of wine region. Brand new unique contemporary home on two acres overlooking Consecon Lake with modern amenities. Two suites available with private washrooms, air-conditioning and new beds with cozy duvets. Breakfast served in our spacious dining room or on the raised deck overlooking the water. Enjoy some quiet time overlooking Consecon Lake on our large covered raised glassed deck. Wireless internet and HD television available. Microwave and bar fridge available for the lower walk out suite in the adjoining family room. Close to wineries, Bloomfield, Wellington, Picton, Lake on the Mountain, Glenora Ferry, great restaurants, and beautiful country drives to the county’s local attractions including Sandbanks Provincial Park and beaches. Features: waterfront • bicycle storage • motorycycle parking • A/C • cable/satellite • ensuite bath • internet • kitchen/ette
4586 Prince Edward Road 1, Consecon, Ontario
Scenic Five-Level Park Comfortable lakeside cottages. Free boat launching & docking for cottage customers. Campsites with water and electricity. Springfed lake with excellent fishing. Cycling distance to 6 wineries. Features: Boat and Motor Rentals, Canoe & paddleboat rentals, Hot showers, In-ground Pool, Camp Store, Recreation barn, Playground, Horseshoes, Volleyball, Pet friendly
Graveyard & Gallows Walking Tour Friday nights in Picton (July & August) 6:30 p.m. 1.5 hours walking tour through the grounds and graveyard at Macaulay Heritage Park, venturing on to the neighbouring County Gaol & Gallows, the site of a most notorious double hanging in 1884. Graveyard & Gallows Tours are booked through the Regent Theatre 224 Main St. Picton 613.476.8416 www.theregenttheatre.org Walking Tours of Historic Picton (July 4 – Oct 28, 2018) Let experienced guides take you on a 90-minute journey back in time. Re-live the heady days of tall ships, sail and steam, when Picton was a major shipping port exporting its timber and agricultural produce to world markets. Hear the stories from the 1830s, when Sir John A. Macdonald, Canada’s first prime minister, walked these streets as a young lawyer. And later, when we smuggled booze across Lake Ontario during the dangerous days of Prohibition and the rum-running trade. Tours leave from the Regent Theatre, 226 Main St. Picton Wednesdays to Sundays, tours leave twice daily at 9.30-11 a.m. and 4-5.30 p.m. Historical Walking Tour of Loch Sloy (Camp Picton) July 20, July 23, August 6, August 17, August 20, 2018 @ 1.30-3.30 p.m. Loch Sloy – aka Camp […]
Season opening May 20th. Become part of the 200 year old journey on our waterfront farm in the magnificent Prince Edward County. Reconnect to food, self-sufficiency and simple living while overnighting in our luxury prospector tents complete with a summer kitchen and ensuite bathroom. The Camp: Our authentic log-framed canvas prospector tents are just the right mix of rustic luxury you need to slow down and reconnect. Each tent-suite features a kingsized bed, inside sitting lounge, ensuite bathroom with a hot shower and a private outdoor kitchen featuring a charcoal grill. Everything you need to live a simple, beautiful experience! Accommodations available with reservation. (800) 427-1257 242 The Brewery: Witness Heritage in the Making. In 2014 we launched the ambitious vision to establish the County’s first organic farm brewery using heirloom hops and malt barley cultivars grown right here on our farm. The Fronterra Farm Brewery is set on our farm’s legendary Hillier soils which defined the County in the barley boom of the late 19th century and again in 2007 as Canada’s newest VQA wine appellation. Come join our adventure to explore the terroir of the land and brew some truly historic beers. The Farm: Join us as we […]
Fronterra Farm Camp & BreweryLuxury Camping ("Glamping"). Fronterra Farm Brewery. Brewery Camp "plough to pint" experiences and more.
242 County Rd 27, Consecon, Ontario
Experience the joy of cooking seasonally. From the Farm Cooking School is the ultimate field to table culinary experience. Located in a 1830’s farmhouse, the classes will capture your heart and senses. Private sessions for groups/couples or pick a Saturday class. Cooking Classes/Schedule Learn the art of seasonal cooking using fresh, local ingredients with personal chef and food writer, Cynthia Peters. Culinary Adventure Visit local farms and meet the farmers, cook a delicious lunch in a chef’s home kitchen, then explore the area’s wineries. Private Group Classes We offer private group cooking lessons for groups of 4 or more. In the Press The school is an ideal getaway for city dwellers seeking a rural refuge. – Lisa Jackson, Huffington Post GIFT CERTIFICATES Give them an experience they’ll never forget. A great gift for celebrating a birthday, wedding or anniversary. Available for all our public and private classes, tours and packages. THE ART OF HERBS Art-of-Herbs-Cookbook – Our unique cookbook with a collection of original paintings from renowned Canadian encaustic artist, Susan Wallis, paired with herb-infused recipes.
618 Burr Rd. , Picton Ontario
12 guests • 5 bedrooms • 7 beds • 3 baths Lakeside is an ideal year-round getaway in a gracious light-filled executive home set in a quiet part of The County. Truly the best of Prince Edward County to reserve your private retreat that is perfect for couples, girls weekend getaways, older families, business professionals or retreats. This gorgeous bi-level home is tastefully decorated with high end finishes and over 3,000 square feet of living space. Sleeping 12, this home has 5 bedrooms (6 beds), 1 sofa bed and 3 full bathrooms. Features: beach pass included, laundry, A/C, fireplace, cable/satellite, ensuite bath, firepit, barBQ, Wi-Fi, kitchen Reservations: open year-round, credit cards accepted airbnb.ca/rooms/24042660 Check availability:
Executive Home in Prince Edward County12 guests. Gracious light-filled executive home set in a quiet part of The County
1687 Lakeside Drive, Consecon Ontario K0K1T0
Private waterfront cottage on large one acre lot overlooking Lake Consecon, available for weekly rentals on a large private one acre lot. Front and back decks with patio furniture, back deck overlooks the lake with amazing sunsets. Fire pit for bonfires and marshmallow roasting. Includes all the necessary amenities, kitchen supplies appliances including coffee maker, microwave. Propane BBQ available. 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, accommodates 5-6. Pets are welcome. Seasonal Rentals June – Sept, weekly rentals Sun to Sun Will consider 4-5 night stays if availability permits.
4712 Prince Edward Road 1 Consecon ON
Come out and attend and/or participate, spend the whole day with us. Let’s make this parade, the best Consecon Christmas ever! Sponsored by the Ameliasburgh Ward 4 Recreation Committee. Check details at … http://consecon.ca
Consecon village is a friendly and scenic village with historic buildings, shops, a gallery, artisan studios, places to eat, drink, live entertainment as well as services & conveniences. The old grist mill overlooks the dam and the millpond runs through the centre of the village connecting Consecon Lake to Wellers Bay. Favourite hangout: I think that would have to be Consecon! … Tyler Ledger Consecon Business Directory Business Directory for Consecon & Ameliasburgh Where to Stay Where to Eat Where to Shop Liquor & Wine Attractions North Beach Provincial Park Wellers Bay boat launch Millennium Trail Consecon Mill Dam Conservation Area pond & park (picnic tables, fishing) Youth park (across from the mill ‘Cascades’) Events Banner Painting Festival (spring) Consecon Day, the long weekend in August Christmas festivities (November) Public Washroom: A public toilet is set up in the park in the centre of town during summer months. History Consecon draws on a rich history which played out over four distinct phases. “Consecon” is derived from the Indian word “Knan Nokjarm” which means an opening, and “con con” which means pickerel. Champlain slept here in the 1600′s and there is a cairn to commemorate that event. It was in the immediate […]
Ameliasburgh Heritage Village has grown from one building, in 1968, to a full pioneer village. The main structure was built in 1868 as a Wesleyan Methodist Church. It became a United Church in 1925 and served the community until 1967. Over the years, several additional buildings have been added to the site. A log cabin, display barns, an operational blacksmith shop, a sap shanty, dairy and bee-keeping buildings, and a large stone building housing the Goldie Corliss 18 foot flywheel. A highlight is Amelia’s Tea Room, which offers breakfast and/or lunch during Special Events on site. Upcoming Events in 2017: June 10-11 – Grandparents Weekend, 9:30-4:30. Celebration of generations, grandparents admitted free. Sept 3 – Homestead Heritage Days, 12-4. Heritage skills, demonstrations, blacksmith, corn roast. Dec 3 – Christmas in the Village. Tour around Ameliasburgh Village. Decorate Christmas cookies and evergreens; authentic settler Christmas at Museum’s log cabin; crafts and activities at Victoria Schoolhouse. Free, 1-4pm. Admission by donation. 476-2148 ext.258, [email protected] Ameliasburgh Heritage Village welcomes: Bus Tours School Visits Volunteers If booked in advance, the museum can also provide walking tours of the village of Ameliasburgh for groups.
At Roblin Lake Fairgrounds At this great little country fair there are prizes for everything from pickles to pets to the best costume. The Fair is kicked off with a parade along the main street of Ameliasburgh and into the fairgrounds. The County Carriage Co. will be offering wagon rides, and there will be a petting zoo on Sunday. For details visit www.ameliasburgh.com/fallfair 613-968-9016
The Village of Ameliasburgh was named after Princess Amelia, the 15th child of King George III. This hamlet nestles on Roblin Lake, and was supported by a grist and flour mill, which drew the lake’s water to the mill located in what is now the Harry J. Smith Conservation Area. The Conservation Area is a delight for anyone with an eye for beauty, and a delightful spot for your picnic. Be sure to visit the Ameliasburgh Museum & Pioneer Village housed in a former Methodist church built in 1868. Opposite the museum is a newer building belonging to the Seventh Town Historical Society. The local library is housed in an old schoolhouse built in 1870. Ameliasburgh attractions: Al Purdy A-Frame Ameliasburgh Heritage Village Marilyn Adams Genealogical Research Centre Quinte Educational Museum Events: Auto Club Street Meet (August) Ameliasburgh Fall Fair (October) Christmas in the Village (December) Ameliasburgh Winter Carnival (February) Ameliasburgh Village Walking Tours Participate in a walking tour through the village of Ameliasburgh, formerly Roblin’s Mills. Along the shores of Roblin Lake, this quiet little community has a big history. The village is a hidden gem in Prince Edward County and is also the beloved home of the late Canadian poet, Al Purdy. In their operating […]