- Cycle Friendly
- Dock or Boat Ramp
- Dog friendly
- Food Truck
- Live entertainment
- Meeting facilities
- Open all year
- Picnic spot
- Restaurant on site
- Wheelchair accessible
November Crystal Palace, 375 Main St. Picton A magical celebration for the whole community, including a procession down Main Street, a dance party, a whole lot of handmade lanterns, and YOU! Costumes encouraged! Find out about our lantern-building workshops at www.firelightfest.blogspot.ca
375 Main Street East, Picton, Ontario, Canada
April Enjoy readings by authors of fiction, nonfiction and poetry plus panel discussions. Books & Company, 289 Picton Main Street for most events Come celebrate the Prince Edward County Authors Festival with great Canadian authors! Whether it’s poetry for breakfast; readings and conversations with Canadian literary icons; story time for children; sessions for young adult readers – there will be something to entertain and inspire readers and writers of all ages and tastes. For more information about authors, details about the events, ticket sales and venues, contact: Books and Company 289 Main Street, Picton t: 613.476.3037 [email protected]
Authors FestivalApril. Enjoy readings by authors of fiction, nonfiction and poetry plus panel discussions.
289 Main St., Picton, Ontario
Beside the historic Crystal Palace is the County Youthpark. It provides a great location for people of all ages and interests to congregate. The skatepark and innovative playground are nestled in the corner of the Picton Fairgrounds property (which also holds the Picton Arena, the Prince Edward Curling Club & Crystal Palace).The skatepark is recognized by the skateboarding/biking community as one of Ontario’s best parks. The playground is also very creative and innovative and well used by those in the community. Washrooms on site. During the summer, a canteen is open to sell small food items.
375 Main Street East Picton Fairgrounds
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1990 County Road #7 Picton Ontario
Nestled among fine century homes on the “Street of Red Brick Houses” in the heart of historical Picton in beautiful Prince Edward County. Within strolling distance of shopping, The Regent Theatre, fine and family restaurants and the lovely Picton Harbour. Close to wineries, artisan cheese shops and Sandbanks Provincial Park. A perfect place for cyclists, girls getaways and wine lovers. The two lovely studio-type suites located in the Carriage House beside the main house combine sleeping, lounging and snack area with an ensuite bathroom and separate entrance.Each pied-a-terre has wifi, TV/DVD player and bar fridge for your convenience. The common area has comfortable seating looking out to the French doors that lead to the swimming pool and back garden. The fully equipped kitchen incorporates a cooktop stove, fridge, dishwasher, stackable washer/dryer and gas BBQ. A delicious personalized gourmet breakfast is provided in the morning. Guests are welcome to eat in the summer kitchen or on the patio overlooking the pool. Amenities: Kitchen • High Speed Wireless Internet Access • TV with DVD player • King or Queen Bed • In-suite fridge • Comfortable lounging area • Guest kitchen (summer kitchen) with cooktop, fridge • Dishwasher • Stackable laundry (washer/dryer) • Swimming Pool • Pool towels in each room […]
8 Centre St. Picton Ontario
Picton offers excellent shopping facilities, live theatre, fine heritage homes and public buildings, a beautiful harbour and marina as well as six municipal parks including the grand Macaulay Heritage Park. As the seat of government for Prince Edward County, Picton houses the District Court and Land Registry Office. Incorporated in 1837, Picton is Prince Edward County’s Town. Prior to that date, the separate villages of Picton and Hallowell Bridge occupied opposite sides of Picton Bay. Named after General Sir Thomas Picton, Wellington’s second-in-command at the Battle of Waterloo, the Town of Picton has a rich history. It was here that Sir John A. Macdonald managed a law office for his uncle, Lowther P. MacPherson. Also see history of Picton’s castles (photos of Rickarton Castle and Castle Villenueve in the photo gallery above) Picton Business Directory Where to Stay Where to Shop Where to Eat Grocery & Convenience Beer, Wine & Liquor Gas Stations Favourite hangout from Tee Durning ☞ The little park on Hill Street overlooking the Prince Edward Yacht Club. Attractions The Regent Theatre Picton Harbour The Crystal Palace Macaulay Heritage Park Sir John A Macdonald life-sized sculpture Bird House City Dog Park Picton Walking Circles Public Parks & Playgrounds Youth […]
Woodcrafters can help you from start to finish, from finding a lot, to designing and building, through to landscaping. Full design & construction of new homes & additions Serving Prince Edward County for over 30 years Proud member of Prince Edward County Construction Association Registered with Tarion Warranty Corporation For all your building and renovating needs!
6 Talbot St. S-1 Picton Ontario
4 bedrooms + 4 bathrooms (accommodates 13) newly renovated kitchen & bathrooms satellite TV, Internet, central air, 3 fireplaces two verandas, backyard patio with BBQ, large yard walk to downtown Picton – shopping, cafes, restaurants, theatre Sandbanks beach pass available year round Features: Beach Pass, Cable/Satellite TV, BBQ, Year Round, Laundry Room, WiFi Internet, Dishwasher, Central Air Conditioning, Linens Included, Cleaning Included, Fireplace, Cyclist Friendly, Room Air Conditioning
The Waring House sets the standard for country inn hospitality. The hotel is central to everything going on in the area. There’s also lots to do on the property. We have two popular restaurants, The Barley Room with casual pub dining and live music on many evenings and Amelia’s Garden, a celebration of seasonal and regional cuisine. Our beautiful gardens and large banquet hall make us a sought after destination for country weddings and our cookery school, gives guests and locals alike a chance to learn tips and tricks used by professional chefs. The hotel offers many unique rooms, furnished and decorated to reflect the period when the property was first built – the 19th century. For those who enjoy a more modern aesthetic, our premium rooms and suites, found in the Quaker and Heritage Lodges, offer a rich blend of modern comfort and rural charm. Room Features: A/C, Cable. Satellite, Ensuite Bath, Internet, Senior Accessible, Wheelchair Accessible Activities: Conference/Meeting facilities, Entertainment, Restaurant Check Availability:
The Waring House Restaurant, Inn, Cookery School & Conference CentreCountry Inn, Conference/Meeting facilities, Pub, Restaurant
395 Sandy Hook Rd. Picton Ontario
Non-smoking taxi. Courteous, accommodating service. Also available for local Wine Tours. Casino Runs available. I will pick up you and five friends at your home, and drive you to the casino.
Take in a show — on screen, on stage, or via satellite — at this historic theatre on Main Street in Picton. One of the few surviving art-deco movie houses in Ontario, Picton’s downtown Regent Theatre is host to a variety of plays, musicals and art movie screenings throughout the year. First run movies and an international satellite feed round out the offerings of The Regent, making it a diverse venue that truly reflects the community. Check out the The Regent Theatre Playbill, Movies and Cinefest for the latest updates, tickets and show times. Free family movies are featured on the last Sunday of each month. theregenttheatre.org History of the Regent Theatre History of the Regent Theatre, video courtesy of History Lives Here The Regent is a rare example of a still intact Edwardian opera house. It opened in 1918 in a renovated warehouse. It featured films and an orchestra. In 1922 the facade was changed, and the interior was renovated to fit 1,100 seats! The addition of a 70-foot loft tower at the rear of the building accommodates backdrops for quick scene changes. It remains the largest “fly stage” between Toronto and Montreal and is equivalent to the one at […]
Come for a tour or stay for a week. Our unique art facility has it all. Gallery Our onsite gallery space features unique artworks made in The Red Barns studios. On display at the gallery are blown-glass vessels, stained glass panels, glass jewelry and sun-catchers in addition to an array of unique pottery. It is a great place to buy a special gift, a one of a kind art piece for your home or a souvenir of your visit to the County. Visitors can also watch our artisans create, take a workshop or browse in our Gallery. Accommodations Relax in our beautiful country setting and take a stroll around our six acres of gardens and outdoor art. Stay in one of our three B&B rooms and wake to the aroma of breakfast being prepared just for you. If you have a small family or just like a little more space stay in the Coach House or Loft. Features: ensuite washroom, high-speed Internet, children welcome Check Availability:
The Red Barns – an artisan’s playgroundGlassblowing, Stained Glass, Pottery, Woodcarving and a B&B!!
167 White Chapel Rd., Picton Ontario
3 bedrooms + 2 bathrooms (accommodates 9) Modern fully equipped kitchen; bright, spacious living areas Stone patio for outdoor dining; propane BBQ and private hot tub Within 20 mins of Sandbanks; Beach pass included TV, DVD, cable, WiFi Features: Beach Pass, Fishing Nearby, Cable/Satellite TV, BBQ, Fireplace, Year Round, WiFi Internet, Dishwasher, Air Conditioning, Linens Included, Cleaning Included, Town/Village, Within 20 min of Sandbanks, Bay of Quinte fishing nearby, Laundry Room, Hot Tub, Cyclist Friendly
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
Located in the heart of Picton … The Manse is a picturesque, historic building with an impressive limestone exterior that will take your breath away. accommodations & getaway packages day spa packages – in house RMT intimate wedding planning catering to each couple ceremony, meals, and accommodations all in one building Features: A/C • ensuite washrooms • outdoor salt water pool and hot tub • breakfast included, prepared by our in house chef • meeting room • high speed Internet • dining room for guests or by reservation • open year round Tweets by TheMansePicton
The Manse Boutique Inn and SpaIntimate wedding planning. Ceremony, meals, and accommodations all in one building.
10 Chapel St. Picton Ontario
The Maker’s Hand Festival of Fine Craft is the most exciting marketplace of artisanal excellence in Eastern Ontario. A juried event, showcasing the inspired work of top artisans from all over Ontario and Quebec, our artists represent a variety of media including wood, metal, mixed media, glass, jewellery, clay, fibre and wearable art. Join us for a memorable shopping experience, celebrating the creativity and superb craftsmanship of some of our most talented Canadians. Just in time for the holidays! Founded in 2004, this annual show is lovingly produced by an enthusiastic group of volunteers. Event Details Picton Fairgrounds, 375 Main St. E. Picton, Ontario Fri & Sat 10am – 6pm | Sun 10am – 4pm General Admission $6, Children Under 12 Free Free Parking / ATM Available / Wheelchair Accessible More information on The Maker’s Hand can be found at www.themakershand.com
375 Main Street East, Picton, Ontario, Canada
Jamieson House is a gracious, pristine century home in downtown Picton. The house has lots of cosy nooks and crannies to cuddle up on a couch with a quilt and read, or to sit around the fireplace with a glass of wine and catch up. The kitchen has just been completely renovated to bring back the country hardwood floor and a booth table for family dinners. A new LG Smart TV will allow for family movie nights after a lazy afternoon by the pool or the beach, which is only a short 20 minute drive away. ( free park pass included with rental). Features: beach pass included, laundry, beautifully landscaped backyard with pool, internet, barBQ, A/C, fireplace, parking for 3 cars, cyclist friendly, welcome basket, 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, Ensuite bath, Sleeps 8 Nearby: An easy walk to restaurants and cafes, parks, shopping, theatre, & entertainment. 20 minutes drive to Sandbanks beach. Dozens of wineries within biking distance. Reservations: July and August weekly rentals and weekend rentals in May/June/Sept Property not suitable for pets or wee children Non-smoking property Facebook updates
37 Paul Street, Picton, Ontario, K0K 2T0
Welcome to your home away from home in The County! Enjoy a Scandinavian-inspired minimal chic heritage house, located seconds from all of Picton’s hot spots. Luxuriate in newly renovated suites, which include full kitchens, spacious living areas, spa-like bathrooms and a large quiet yard with mature gardens and a hammock. With a shared passion for community, culture, design and hospitality your hosts Anna and Jaime look forward to your stay. Rent one suite or all three for a multi-family gathering. Features: parking, in-town location, suitable for children, laundry, pets accepted, shopping nearby, A/C, cable/satellite, ensuite bath, barBQ, internet, kitchen Open year-round. Credit cards accepted.
76 West Mary St. Picton Ontario
The Crystal Palace is unique in North America. This building is located in the Fair Grounds on Main Street, Picton. The Crystal Palace, built in 1890 by F.T. Wright based on a plan by Andrew Irving, adopted its name from the original Crystal Palace created by Sir Joseph Paxton in 1851 for the Great Exhibition in London England. Paxton’s design of expansive glass was inspired by his work with greenhouses. Following the Great Exhibition, “Crystal Palaces” sprang up throughout the world including New York City and in Napanee and Kingston. During the 1980s demolition of the Picton Crystal Palace was considered. The Historical Society prepared a report on the restoration of the building and in 1990 County staff began repairs under the supervision of Bert Blackford. The building re-opened in 1997 and remains one of the few original Crystal Palaces in the world. Book the Crystal Palace for your special event. This historic, rustic facility is perfect for special events, themed galas and weddings. Located in the heart of Picton, the Crystal Palace is a beautiful venue with natural lighting and wood floors. Bookings are limited to the months of May through October due to the lack of heating capabilities in the facility. Windows take up the […]
375 Main St. Picton Ontario
Held annually in June. The County Kids of Steel Triathlon offers kids the experience of a triathlon in a positive and fun way. Our distances are kid-friendly so any child can finish successfully with a smile on their face! Website: http://countykidsofsteel.ca/
13263B Loyalist Parkway, Picton, Ontario