What To Do In Prince Edward County, Canada
Best Local Seafood?
Quinte Mall And Box Stores?
How About Moccasins, Aboriginal Art And Cheap Gas?
Try Your Luck At The Casino?
Do Some "Self-Love" And Hit Up A Spa?
Can City-Folk Ice Fish?
Up For Some Golf?
Ever Been On An ATV (4-Wheeler)?
If something looks decent, click on the pic to check our their website.
Welcome To The County!
Prince Edward County Beaches
So you have probably heard that Sandbanks has the best beaches around, putting everything else to shame. While the coastline is majestic, there is more than just one beach to consider for your excursion.
Consider North Beach Provincial Park, on the west-side of the Island near Concecon.
Now THIS Is Paradise, Eh?
Get Ready To Be Amazed!
Not Surf-Level But Very Jumpable!
Dip Your Toes In The Softest Sand!
Don't Forget To Bring Your Rubber Ducky!
The Local Seafood Is "Pure Fire".
Either Purchased Or Caught (with the necessary Provincial License).
This Gentleman caught a local Walleye, beautiful on the BBQ.
Maybe you are coming in winter, looking for a little bit of comfort. PEC has amazing winter cabins to rent, making this the perfect choice for your holiday retreat. Hot Chocolate, anyone?
Maybe you are thinking something about something more rugged...
I know that you are here for summer.
Camping under the stars?
Yes, you will see the constellations.
Open up your tent window and have a gander outside...
Become intoxicated by the great expanse of space.
Are we alone in the universe...
If we are visited by ETs, be assured that they will come visit PEC!!
PEC Vineyards Are Amazing!
Pretty impressive, EH?
You would think that you were in Tuscany or France or something exotic.
This is Ontario.
You will find the food paired with some of the freshest dishes that you will ever taste!
Courtesy of local farmers, ranchers, and everyone else down the supply chain!
Enjoy the literal "fruits of their labour"!
Looking at all of these pics is making me hungry!
Which combination looks the best?
PEC Breweries Are Something Special
For when the "buck-a-beer" just won't do!
Beer tastes better with a mermaid on it.
See a Belleville Senators Game
Everyone is familiar with the NHL, the top-tier hockey league in the world.
Have you ever heard of the AHL?
So the "Wayne Gretzkys" are not born; they are developed.
In other words, they have to work their way up to the pros.
The Sens are affiliated with Ottawa, trading players back and forth.
This is top-level hockey.
Some say that it is even more aggressive than the NHL, due to the players competing for the limelight.
They play at the CAA Area, located on Cannifton Road.
If you are looking to score some tickets, simply click on the team logo above.
You will be directed to Ticketmaster.
*Just a brief caveat
AHL games have been on hold due to the pandemic.
If you game is cancelled for any reason, they issue a credit back to the card.
Quinte Mall ad Belleville Shopping
Quinte is a regional mall, with all of the regular Canadian retail spots. Some notable stores include: SportsChek, Winners, Eddie Bauer, Foot Locker, GAP, Lenscrafters, Roots and Shoppers Drug Mart.
The food court is decent, with all of the regular fast food options.
If you ask me, Bourbon Street Grill is the best!
Belleville has all of the major big-box stores.
Click on the hyperlink to connect directly over to Google Maps.
Once again, welcome to Belleville!
Restaurants in Picton
Picton is the largest city on the island, despite not being that big. That being said, it has everything on your shopping list.
Are you a tired from the drive, looking for a high quality local restaurant?
If you like one of the pictures below, click on it. It will direct you to their website, giving you driving directions and access to their menu.
Bon Appetit !
Whatever type of food that you're craving, you will find it here. Picton truly is a culinary haven!
Tyendinaga Mohawk Reserve
Native Canadians have inhabited this land for thousands of years. While many live modern lives, there is a concentrated effort to keep their noble traditions alive. While Aboriginal territories are within federal borders, they have their own laws and regulations. While "Status Indians" are given a reduction on retail taxes, this usually does not apply to others. However, you will still find that prices are cheaper when compared to Trenton or Belleville.
With the carbon tax taking effect, gas prices have risen astromatically in the past year or so. You can comfortably expect to save10-20 cents per litre, a tidy sum for larger capacity vehicles.
You cannot miss the gas stations as they are literally everywhere. One has to wonder if there are more cannabis shops or gas stations, both extremely popular with tourist and townies alike.
Native art is pretty awesome. It reflects the natural landscape, emphasising domestic animals, plants, spiritual dimentions. You can buy tasteful decorations for your house or comfy moccassins for your feet!