Prince Edward County boasts more than 180 acres of parkland for the enjoyment of residents and visitors. They have quick and easy access to world-renowned attractions like Sandbanks Provincial Park, which contains the world’s largest bay mouth barrier dune formation, three expansive sandy beaches that are among the best in Canada and is a hot spot for sailing, cycling, wind and kite surfing. The parks system also provides sport fields consisting of baseball diamonds, soccer fields, trails, playgrounds and tennis courts. Many locations have waterfront access for launching boats, fishing, and swimming, picnicking and just enjoying the fantastic views of Lake Ontario or the Bay of Quinte. The Millennium Trail spans 49 km beginning in Carrying Place and terminating in Picton. The trail is an important off-road connection that links residents and communities along its entire length. The trail receives good use by walkers and hikers, snowmobiles, mountain bikes and ATV riders. maps.pecounty.on.ca/parksfinder
Follow the Taste Trail and discover some of the best food and drink in The County.
Farm to Table
The County is a rural hotspot for food and drink where locally sourced everything is a way of life. With over 40 wineries, a growing craft-beer scene, cider and spirits, your thirst will easily be quenched. Menus are ever changing and are often inspired by The County’s agricultural roots as well as our very own backyard—Lake Ontario. Follow the Taste Trail and discover some of the best food and drink in The County. Find a farm stand or farmer’s market and talk to a farmer; after all, when you know where your food comes from, it tastes so much better.