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WELCOME

BIENVENUE

Belleville is situated on the picturesque Bay of Quinte and serves as the largest urban centre for the region. Conveniently located off Highway 401 between Toronto and Ottawa, Belleville is the perfect place to stop, relax, and stay for a day, a week or a lifetime.

Située dans la pittoresque baie de Quinte, Belleville est le plus important centre urbain de la région. Avantageusement située à proximité de l’autoroute 401, à mi-chemin entre Toronto et Ottawa, elle constitue l’endroit idéal où s’arrêter, se détendre et passer une journée, une semaine ou toute une vie.

Our community boasts a thriving commercial district with everything from boutique shopping, big box retail, fine dining and a beautiful selection of hotels and bed and breakfasts. With an established arts and culture sector, live music, theatre, galleries and performances can be enjoyed by everyone year-round. The Bay of Quinte’s tranquil fresh water has been a favourite boating haven for hundreds of years. Famously known as The Walleye Capital of the World, the Bay of Quinte is one of the best fishing spots in Ontario. When the water freezes, the Bay of Quinte is transformed into the ultimate destination for winter activities. Also known for its parks and scenic trails, Belleville is the ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts. Enjoy the advantages of spending time in our incredible locations throughout the city that add an array of colour and splendor to the city landscape. Welcome to Belleville on the Bay of Quinte!

Visit us at Belleville.ca and on Facebook @BellevilleON

Notre district commercial regorge de boutiques, de magasins à grande surface, de restaurants gastronomiques ainsi que d’un vaste éventail d’hôtels et de chambres d’hôtes. Notre secteur artistique et culturel bien établi offre des prestations musicales, des pièces de théâtre, des expositions d’art et des spectacles pour tous les âges, et ce, toute l’année durant. Les eaux calmes et douces de la baie de Quinte attirent les amateurs de randonnées nautiques depuis des centaines d’années. Reconnue comme étant la capitale mondiale du doré, la baie de Quinte est l’un des lieux de pêche les plus convoités de l’Ontario. Par temps froid, elle devient la destination par excellence pour les activités hivernales. Également connue pour ses parcs et ses sentiers panoramiques, Belleville est l’endroit idéal pour les amateurs de plein air. Venez profiter des nombreux attraits de notre ville pour découvrir une palette infinie de couleurs et la splendeur des paysages. Bienvenue à Belleville dans la baie de Quinte!


MESSAGE FROM THE

MAYOR OF BELLEVILLE As the Mayor of the City of Belleville it is my distinct pleasure to welcome you, on behalf of my colleagues on Council, to the Bay of Quinte region. Thank you for choosing Belleville as your destination. We are extremely proud of the infrastructure and amenities that our City offers the region; unique shops and fine restaurants, beautiful waterfront trails, parks and recreational facilities. There are so many things to experience and enjoy that you will no doubt want to return. Our Visitor Guide is an excellent resource to help guide your vacation or day trip while exploring our beautiful City. Belleville is a fun and adventurous place for the whole family. Welcome to Belleville – we have been waiting for you!

Taso A. Christopher Mayor


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GETTING HERE

We can’t wait to see you. There are many easy ways to get here: CAR Belleville is the largest and most central point of the region located between Toronto and Ottawa directly along highway 401. Take exits 538, 543, and 544 S to visit our beautiful City on the Bay of Quinte. BUS Travel to Belleville from anywhere across Canada. The Greyhound terminal is located at 165 Pinnacle Street. Visit: greyhound.ca. Once you’re here, using the Belleville Conventional Transit system is easy, economical and good for the environment. TRAIN The Via Rail Station located at 250 Station Street is a short distance from major amenities and hotels, providing visitors with convenient rail service to and from Belleville for business and pleasure. Via Rail: 1-888-247-2262. BOAT Belleville, on the Bay of Quinte is a boater’s paradise. Meyers Pier is Belleville’s premium 160 slip marina, ideal for boaters navigating the Bay of Quinte, and within walking distance from downtown shopping and dining. Belleville also operates two boat launches on the City’s waterfront that offer high quality launch facilities and parking. Visit our Outdoor Adventure section of this guide for more boating options.


Location CONTENTS VISITOR GUIDE

The Belleville Bucket List........................... 4 Farmers’ Market........................................ 7 Festivals & Events...................................... 8 Stay & Explore......................................... 14 Hungry?.................................................. 16 Let’s Go Shopping................................... 18 The Bay of Quinte.................................... 22 Fishing in Belleville................................ 24 Step Into Nature...................................... 26 Waterfront Development........................ 27 Tour the Trails .......................................... 28 Cycling..................................................... 29 Events...................................................... 30 Parks........................................................ 32 Golf.......................................................... 34 Winter Fun.............................................. 36 Where Business Comes to Grow............. 38 Hospitals & Schools................................ 40 Live Music............................................... 42 Concerts on the Bay................................ 44 Theatre & Performances and Galleries.... 45 Museums................................................ 46 Walking Tours.......................................... 48 Cemeteries.............................................. 49 Eat & Drink Guide.................................... 50 Accommodations Guide......................... 55 Parks........................................................ 56 Maps....................................................... 57 Things to Do in Quinte............................ 60


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Tobogganing at Zwick’s Park

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Slurping a Loonie Shake from Reid’s Dairy

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Stepping Back in Time at Glanmore National Historic Site Downtown Farmers’ Market

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Catching a Belleville Senators Game

Walking the Waterfront Trail Crushing a Burger of the month at Burger Revolution Catching a Live Show at the Empire Theatre Belleville Senators

Strolling Market Square during the Farmers’ Market

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Walking the Boardwalk at the Frink Centre


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Drinking Craft Beer at Signal Brewery

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10. Tackling Taco Tuesdays at Chilangos Mexican Restaurant

11. Getting a fresh Croissant at

L’auberge de France (before they run out)

L’auberge de France

12. Skating on Victoria Harbour 13. Winning Big at Shorelines Casino

14. Take in a Play at Pinnacle Playhouse Victoria Harbour

15. Go Tobogganing at Zwick’s Park

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Signal Brewery

16. Visiting Donini Chocolate Factory

21. Viewing Art at the J.M. Parrott Gallery

17. Treating Yourself to a Spa Day at Beauty Works Day & Medi Spa

18. Eating a Wood Fired Pizza at

Paulo’s Italian Trattoria

19. Getting Locked in a Room

Nice Ice Baby @ Urban Bistro

with Friends at Breakout Belleville

22. Listening to Live Music at Capers

23. Catching an Artist’s Exhibition

at Gallery 121

24. Ice Fishing on the Bay of Paulo’s Italian Trattoria

20. Sipping a Hard (boozey)

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25. Fun & Family Activities at

Rhino Sports and Playland

Note: This list was generated from a social media poll conducted by the Bay of Quinte Regional Marketing Board. It generated 319 answers and 1650 votes.


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FARMERS’ MARKET The Farmers’ Market has been operating in Downtown Belleville for over two centuries. Constructed in 1872-73, five years before Belleville became a city, the original City Hall building housed an indoor market on the first floor and, on the second floor, a public hall and municipal office. Whenever you are in the Quinte region, check out the rich variety of crafts and produce at the Belleville Farmers’ Market. In the spring, the market comes alive with maple syrup and crafts, and remains a ‘hive of activity’ right through the Christmas season. It’s not uncommon to see local restauranteurs picking up produce on market days to ensure that they are serving the freshest food.

The market is located in historic Market Square behind City Hall, and is open Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays all year round. “On a busy summer Saturday there can be up to 2,000 shoppers strolling through Market Square to meet our local producers for farm fresh products.”

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FESTIVALS & EVENTS MARCH

QUINTELICIOUS LOCAL FOOD CELEBRATION MARCH 1-19 Various Locations quintelicious.ca

DOWNTOWN DOCFEST

MARCH 2-4 Various locations Downtown docfest.ca

QUINTE SPORTSMAN BOAT & RV SHOW

MARCH 9-11 Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre quintesportsmanshow.com

APRIL

QUINTE HOME & LIFESTYLE SHOW

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MAY

38TH ANNUAL KIWANIS WALLEYE WORLD FISHING DERBY MAY 4-6 kiwaniswalleyeworld.com

HEALTHY LIVING EXPO MAY 5 healthylivingnow.ca

ARTS EN PLEIN AIR FESTIVAL MAY 24-28 quinteartscouncil.org

ARTS FEST ON THE BAY MAY 26 boqartandwine.ca

FAMILY ARTFEST

MAY 26 West Zwick’s Park facebook.com/familyartfest

ANNIE GET YOUR GUN BELLEVILLE THEATRE GUILD MAY 31-JUNE 17 bellevilletheatreguild.ca

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FESTIVALS & EVENTS JUNE

STRUT FOR STRAYS

JUNE 2 West Zwick’s Park fixedfurlife.com/strut-for-strays

BELLEVILLE LIONS CLUB 8TH ANNUAL SHOW & SHINE CAR SHOW JUNE 3 West Zwick’s Park

PRIDE PARTY IN THE PARK JUNE 9 West Zwick’s Park bellevillepride.ca

QUINTE TOY CON

JUNE 10 Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre toyforce.ca

QUINTE BASS CHAMPS

JUNE 16 George Street Boat Launch quintebassanglers.ca

BERKLEY B1 FISHING TOURNAMENT JUNE 29-30 berkleyb1.com

FAMILY FISHING WEEK JUNE 30-JULY 8 ontariofamilyfishing.com

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JULY

CANADA DAY CELEBRATION JULY 1 bellevillecanadaday.com

BELLEVILLE WATERFRONT & MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL JULY 12-15 West Zwick’s Park bellevillewaterfrontfestival.com

EMPIRE ROCKFEST

JULY 26-28 Empire Square, Downtown Belleville empiresquarelive.com

WHEELS ON THE BAY

JULY 27-29 West Zwick’s Park wheelsonthebay.com

AUGUST BELLEVILLE 5K FOAM FEST AUGUST 25 West Zwick’s Park the5kfoamfest.com

QUINTE EXHIBITION

AUGUST 30 - SEPTEMBER 2 Exhibition Park qer.ca

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SEPTEMBER

DOORS OPEN BELLEVILLE

SEPTEMBER 22 Various locations doorsopenontario.on.ca

FLAVOURS OF FALL

SEPTEMBER 29 Downtown Belleville facebook.com/flavoursoffall

10TH ANNUAL PORCHFEST BELLEVILLE SEPTEMBER 29 (TENTATIVE) East Hill porchfest.ca

NOVEMBER

HOLLYWOOD NORTH FILM FESTIVAL NOVEMBER 1-4 hnff.ca

CHRISTMAS AT THE PIER

NOVEMBER 16 - JANUARY 2019 Meyers Pier belleville.ca

SANTA CLAUS PARADE NOVEMBER 18 bellevillechamber.ca

JANUARY 2019

COPS AND KIDS FISHING DERBY Herchimer Boat Launch ontariofamilyfishing.com

FEBRUARY 2019

SAVOUR THE CHILL Downtown Belleville downtownbelleville.ca CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE


Fun for the Whole Family BELLEVILLE BINGO HALL 610 Dundas St. E. 613.967.1606 bellevillelionsbingo.com

QUINTE BOWLING CENTRE 17 Roy Blvd. 613.967.2695 quintebowlingcentre.com

BELLEVILLE PITCH & HIT 393 Sidney St. Unit 10 613.779.7138 bellevillepitchandhit.com

QUINTE SPORTS & WELLNESS CENTRE 265 Cannifton Rd. 613.966.4632 qswc.ca

BREAK OUT BELLEVILLE 268 Front St. 613.779.9888 breakoutbelleville.ca MONSTER MINI GOLF Quinte Mall (seasonal) 390 N. Front St. 613.968.3571

RHINO SPORTS & PLAYLAND 199 Bell Blvd. 613.969.6564 rhinosports.ca YMCA 433 Victoria Ave. 613.966.9622 ymcaofceo.ca

Signature Events, Unique Shopping, Local Flavours, and So Much More...

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Belleville is the hub of the region, with infrastructure that appeals to those who work and visit the City, including accommodation options for every budget, size and preference. We have beautiful hotels, classic motels, quaint bed & breakfasts and local rentals all around the city. There is so much to see and do that you will need more than a weekend just to scratch the surface. Playing host to numerous events throughout the year makes Belleville a fun and enjoyable place for the whole family to stay and explore! Please see page 55 for our full accommodations guide

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DOWNTOWN BELLEVILLE

Dozens of local gems can be found in Downtown Belleville. Whether looking for unique shopping, arts & culture, live music, signature events, cafĂŠs or fine dining, our Downtown offers a unique experience for every visitor. downtownbelleville.ca

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WATERFRONT TRAIL

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Looking to do a different kind of exploration? We have over 45km of multi-use trails and bicycle lanes to get you around the city, but if you prefer to get off the beaten path, Belleville is surrounded with beautiful conservation areas to hike and capture that perfect scenic photo.

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OUTDOOR ADVENTURE

Our adventures range from backyard canoe trips, winter camping, local paddles, river runs and snowshoeing. Plan your next adventure with cruisingcanoes.ca and prepare to be guided through the experience.

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RELAXATION & FUN

If you desire a more relaxing stay, book a day at one of our many spas, explore our museums & art galleries, play a round of golf on one of our premiere golf courses, enjoy the fun of gaming at our brand new casino, and take in a professional hockey game with the Belleville Senators. BELLEVILLE.CA


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HUNGRY? Whether you are visiting Belleville for a day or spending a week traveling around the Bay of Quinte, you are going to want to indulge in the best food the city has to offer. With over 100 different dining options, Belleville offers a style, atmosphere and price point for every occasion. Enjoy seafood on the water, traditional ethnic favourites passed down through the generations, live music and drinks at a modern chic lounge, fresh from the farm to the table, or something quick on the go, Belleville has no shortage of incredible restaurants for every foodie’s taste bud.

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FOOD FESTIVALS Bellevillians are so passionate about their food, that we have created numerous festivals around food to celebrate that love affair. Annual events such as Quintelicious, Taste of Belleville, Belleville Waterfront & Multicultural Festival, Savour the Chill and Flavours of Fall bring foodies together from all across Canada.

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LET’S GO

SHOPPING Belleville offers a wide array of retail options. Looking for a fun, leisurely shop with the girls? We have one-of-a-kind offerings that can be found by perusing antique shops, boutiques and local galleries, many of which can be found in the downtown core.

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Downtown Belleville is located along the waterfront trail and just steps away from the beautiful Bay of Quinte. Here you will be inspired by the unique products available from local retailers and the experiences waiting for you with some of the best dining options in the region. Stroll the newly revitalized downtown, complete with new roads and sidewalks featuring brick pavements; and new urban design and landscape elements including street lights, furnishings, trees and granite-curb planters. Interested in an original handcrafted piece created by regional artists and artisans – there are five galleries in our downtown including Gallery 121. Sprucing up your wardrobe? Stop by Pure Honey, Miss Priss, That Special Touch, Boretski Gallery, La Maison D’Eva and Lafferty’s Crossings for quality clothing and accessories. Plan to be pampered at one of our five spas and salons - prominent fixtures in the downtown. Shopping for a special something for yourself or someone? Kate’s Kitchen is full of fun and funky gifts for you or the kitchen lover in your life. Explore the treasure chest of relics from the past at Funk & Gruven A to Z. And don’t forget the kids – both big and little – because Scalliwag Toys is the place to come for toys and games! Make Downtown Belleville your destination. downtownbelleville.ca

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YOUR STYLE lives here Visit our 125 stores and services including: HomeSense, Roots, SoftMoc, Eddie Bauer, Salon You, Old Navy, Chapters, Winners, LCBO, Starbucks, SportChek, Le Château and more! For a complete list of retailers visit: QUINTEMALL.COM

390 NORTH FRONT STREET, BELLEVILLE / QUINTEMALL.COM /

SHOP: Mon - Fri: 9:30am - 9pm • Sat: 9:30am - 6pm • Sun: 11am - 5pm


STROLL & SHOP Belleville

The Quinte Mall on Bell Boulevard is the region’s largest shopping centre with over 125 stores and services. The mall offers big box stores such as Chapters, Winners and Sam the Record Man – as well as entertainment and dining options. For food, fashion and fun visit quintemall.com. As the largest urban centre in the Quinte region, Belleville is the place for your everyday essentials. Your major department stores and big box brands are located here for your convenience. Looking for a shopping experience off the beaten path? The Rattan Barn is a locally owned family business located in a 150 year old refurbished barn and is the place to go for indoor/ outdoor furniture that you won’t find in the department store. Bridle Path Tack Shop is more than just a horse store. Check them out for the latest in western apparel including cowboy hats and boots. And if you want to laugh until your belly hurts, pop into Exclusive Invites and see what cool things they have to offer! No matter what area of the city you visit, you’ll find boutiques and storefronts brimming with interesting finds and shop owners. Sourcing that special something you can only find in Belleville is one of the best ways to spend your time here.

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THE BAY of Quinte

What is better than life on the water? Ask any Belleville local and they’ll say “can’t be beat!” The broad, sheltered waters of the Bay of Quinte make Belleville one of the top destinations for sailing, boating, kayaking and windsurfing.

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Why not rent a kayak, canoe, Jet Ski, or paddle board from Westlake Watersports or Clearwater Design and spend quality time with family and friends on the water? Rowing/paddling has also become a very popular sport in Belleville. You can learn to row with the Quinte Rowing Club, get out canoeing with the Belleville Outrigger & Canoe Club, or experience the thrill of dragon boating at the Belleville Dragon Boat Club. All boating enthusiasts need to visit The Bay of Quinte Yacht Club; Canada’s 4th oldest yacht club. Whether you want to experience the thrill of sailing for the first time, sit back and enjoy the excitement of boat races or enjoy one of their many social events, be sure to check out the Bay of Quinte Yacht Club for fun on the water.

Harbour Facilities VICTORIA PARK

MEYERS PIER

Victoria Park is home to seasonal boaters with power and water at most slips and features: • Off-shore fishing on west side • Inner Green Space available for rent (events, outdoor weddings, etc.) • Dragon Boat Racing location • Home to the Bay of Quinte Yacht Club, the second oldest yacht club in Ontario and fourth oldest in Canada • Close to Belleville’s extensive waterfront trails located at the base of Riverfront Trail for walking or biking • Visa, MasterCard, Interac and cash payments

Meyers Pier offers first class amenities for travelling boaters including: • Gas, diesel, pump outs • 160 seasonal and transient boat slips • Washrooms, showers and on-site laundry • Power & water at every slip • Friendly staff on site • Evening security • Wireless Internet • Canadian Coast Guard Auxillary on site • George Street Canteen within walking distance • Local walking trails

86 South Front Street 613.966.4632

Hours of operation (subject to change) May - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm June - 8:00 am - 6:00 pm July - August - 7:00 am - 8:00 pm September - 8:00 am - 6:00 pm (Closed Tue, Wed) October - 8:00 am - 6:00 pm (Closed Mon, Tue, Wed)

1 South Front Street 613.967.1906

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FISHING IN BELLEVILLE The Bay of Quinte offers world renowned fishing for all level of anglers.

We are internationally known as the walleye capital of the world, and anglers from all across North America come to take part in our annual Kiwanis Walleye World Fishing Derby. The Bay will also be home to one of Berkely B1’s tour stops for the second year in a row. Running through the heart of downtown Belleville is the Moira River where you will find the shores lined with fishermen starting in early May during the walleye season. This has also become a hot spot for fly fishing enthusiasts. The Bay and Moira are home to a wide variety of fish including; large & small mouth bass, pike, musky, perch, catfish and other pan fish. So whether you are on a boat or on the shore, fishing the Bay of Quinte is a must for everyone. fishingbayofquinte.com

Boat Launches Belleville operates two boat launches on the City’s waterfront - one at the bottom of Herchimer Avenue and the other at South George Street. Both have coin operated ticket machines for your convenience. These boat launches feature high quality boat launch facilities, boat and trailer parking, as well as launch docks and cleats. Seasonal boat passes can be purchased at the South George Street Canteen, City Hall (169 Front Street) or the Recreation, Culture and Community Services Department located in the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre (265 Cannifton Road). CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE


Fishing Charters Fishing Charters are the perfect way to find all the local hot spots for fishing. Seasoned guides will get you to all the perfect locations to catch that “monster” fish. Whether you are looking for salmon, bass, trout, pike or walleye, year round charters are the perfect adventure. These charters include boats, seasoned guides and tackle, as well as ice fishing options. BAY OF QUINTE FISHING CHARTERS 613.393.3213 bayofquintecharters.com

PB&J FISHING CHARTERS 613.483.8016 pbandjcharters.com

MERLAND PARK FISHING CHARTERS 613.476.6894 merlandpark.com/fishing

SEAS THE DAY FISHING CHARTERS 343.333.2800 fishingquinte.com

QUINTE ICE FISHING TEAM 613.848.7881 quinteicefishing.com

SUNRISE COTTAGE RESORT AND FISHING CHARTERS 613.399.3914 sunrisecottageresort.com

WERNER’S ANGLING ADVENTURES 416.879.3107 wernersadventures.com

Marine Services Several marine businesses in the City provide many amenities to ensure that your boating season is enjoyable. CRATE MARINE 25 Dundas St. W. 1.888.857.7114 cratesbelleville.com STILLWATER BASIN 9 Wilkie St. 613.966.1220 J&P MARINE SERVICE 112 Black Diamond Rd. 613.962.8422 jpmarine.reach.net

Fishing Tackle and Bait Shops CANADIAN TIRE 101 Bell Blvd. 613.968.6701 CHESHER’S OUTDOOR STORE 300 Maitland Dr. 613.966.8080 PETE’S PRO SHOP 4611 Old Highway #2 613.968.2667 PRO TACKLE 43-B Putman Industiral Rd. 613.968.4111

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Conservation Areas provide some of the best green spaces and natural features the region has to offer. Whether you want to take a hike through the woods, go camping, enjoy a quiet picnic, or have fun at a popular fishing spot, Belleville is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast. While in Belleville be sure to explore nearby natural assets including Vanderwater and Quinte Conservation Areas.

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While there are plenty of waterfront trails, conservation areas, and places to hike in Belleville, one place you can not miss is the H.R. Frink Centre. The Frink Centre offers 14 km’s of trails through 341 acres of beautiful Conservation Area. Hikers are able to travel along one of the many trails and explore a variety of habitats, which include trails through deciduous forest, along the Moira River, across the impressive Silver Maple Swamp, through beautiful horsetails & orchids, and over the stunning ecological wetlands. So no matter the season or the weather the H.R. Frink Centre is one place that everyone should visit.

It’s treasure hunting (for grown-ups too)!

H.R. FRINK CENTRE

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GEOCACHING

Did you know there are 1,204 geocaches near Belleville? Join the world’s largest treasure hunt at geocaching.com/play. Three steps to begin your Adventure 1. Create a free geocaching account explore, find and log geocaches around the City. 2. Find a geocache - pick a geocache and navigate to its location. 3. Share your experience - once you find it, sign and date the logbook, re-hide the geocache exactly how you found it then share your experience online.


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OUR WATERFRONT

Belleville’s waterfront is ripe for redevelopment and the City has a renewed focus on all things waterfront. Our vision supports a vibrant waterfront based on recreation and entertainment, accented with unique commercial and residential opportunities.

AN UNTAPPED NATURAL ASSET STEP 1: CREATE A VISION

A 10-year vision for Belleville’s Waterfront outlines how to better utilize assets stretching along the river through downtown to Victoria Harbour, Meyers Pier and Zwick’s Park. STEP 2: ADDRESS THE INFRASTRUCTURE GAP

The city is addressing infrastructure needs beginning with detailed design plans for two priority areas along the waterfront. STEP 3: OPEN FOR BUSINESS

Infrastructure enhancements made by the city will support the attraction of private sector investment.

2018 PRIORITIES: Zwick’s Park – New public washroom facilities Freestone Point – Visioning for the potential redevelopment of Meyers Pier/ Jane Forrester Park area. Downtown Centre Block – Create a redevelopment plan for the Memorial Arena building and Market Square. Interested in investing in waterfront development? Contact the City of Belleville Economic Development team.

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TOUR THE TRAILS Known for its hundreds of acres of parks and kilometres of scenic trails, Belleville is the ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts. Enjoy the advantages of spending time in our incredible locations throughout the city that add an array of colour and splendor to the city landscape. Over 45 kilometres of scenic and well-groomed beautiful trails are maintained year round for activities such as walking, running, cycling and rollerblading. The Trans Canada Trail is one of the world’s longest networks of trails and is made up of nearly 500 individual trails. To date approximately 80% of the trails are connected. Once fully connected the trails will stretch nearly 24,000 km from coast to coast. Belleville’s section of the Trans Canada Trail enters near Corbyville and follows north to Stirling. The trail is 23.5 km in length and provides opportunity for hiking, horseback riding, ATVing or snowmobiling. Eastern Ontario Trails maintains trail networks spreading from the Bay of Quinte all the way north to Algonquin Park. There are endless ways for you and your family to experience nature and discover history, our natural environment and rural communities. Belleville is the gateway to the trails. Begin your journey in the great City of Belleville and explore the route up to Corbyville. For more information and to view the interactive map, visit thetrail.ca.

WATERFRONT TRAILS:

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BIKE

THE FRIENDLY CITY

Belleville is full of unique natural features that can be enjoyed along our beautiful waterfront trail – and you can see it all by bike! There are a broad range of cycling options here for both the recreational user and experienced cyclist. Journey on one of the City’s new urban or rural cycle routes, and along the way plan to stop by our bicycle friendly businesses to ensure you have everything you need to make your ride a success. Doug’s Bicycle has been serving cyclists in Belleville for over 35 years, and has truly embraced the role of a local, community bike store. Headed downtown? Stephen Licence Bicycles and Hobbies has been a staple in the downtown for 100 years. Not ready to quit cycling for the season? Winter cycling enthusiasts are encouraged to check out Fat Bikes at Ideal Bike, great for riding on soft unstable terrain including snow! And if you’re looking for a break and a bite, don’t miss The Brake Room bike café. They serve stuff that is good for you, and repair and sell bikes too!

CYCLING NETWORK

Belleville has committed to developing a full cycling network by approving over $9 million in cycling infrastructure and improvements. The Belleville Cycling Network has been developed based on community input on what cycling projects were priorities. Over the past two years the City of Belleville has opened our first on-street bicycle lanes, constructed a new path along a major arterial road, paved and lit existing paths, begun construction on the first phase of an active transportation path connecting Loyalist College to Downtown Belleville and completed design work for a new footbridge that will accommodate cyclists into our newly revitalized Downtown. As a result of these efforts, the City of Belleville was awarded with a Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community Award in 2017. BELLEVILLE.CA


FAMILY FUN

FREE ADM

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painting, chalk art, clay sculpting, balloons, t-shirt design, face art, paper crafts, sand art & more!

SATURDAY MAY 26TH IN WEST ZWICK’S PARK

10:00am – 3:00pm

pumpkin painting, fall themed arts & crafts, hot cider, pony rides & animal displays, balloons & face art!

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29TH 10:00am – 3:00pm

Christmas At The Pier Seasonal Lighting Display Launch Jane Forrester Park at Meyers’ Pier

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 16TH beginning at 6:00pm

Santa Claus Parade SUNDAY NOVEMBER 18TH beginning at 4:30pm Magical lights, amazing floats, bands & Santa!


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MISSION

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Belleville & Multicultural Festival

FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! Thursday July 12th to Sunday July 15th FREE ADMISSION West Zwick’s Park on the beautiful Bay of Quinte Take the Highway 62 Exit South off Highway 401 Onsite Vehicle Parking $5, or, Free Shuttle Buses From Downtown

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PARKS & POOLS ZWICK’S CENTENNIAL PARK 11 Bay Bridge Road

Zwick’s Park is located along the shores of the Bay of Quinte and many events take place here during the summer. The Lions Club Pavillion is located here as well and is a popular venue for concerts. In addition, the new fully accessible Rick Meagher Medigas Play Structure is open and provides hours of entertainment for children. Picnic areas and trails are also available at Zwick’s Waterfront Park.

RIVERSIDE PARK/SKATE PARK 373 Moira Street East

Conveniently located just off Highway 401, this park is close to the Quinte Mall. Challenge yourself on the rails, staircases, ramps and jumps at the Kiwanis Skateboard Park at West Riverside Park. You’ll also find the popular pirate ship play structure and a splash pad to cool off from the heat. Canteen and picnic areas also available. Open from 9am – 9pm. CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE


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KINSMEN PARK Dundas Street East

The newly revitalized Kinsmen Park includes a 30 metre outdoor pool, complete with an accessible lift, six lanes and a slide. In addition, we installed a new splash pad and an accessible playground. There are hours of enjoyment to be discovered at this community park. So pack a lunch and create some new and lasting memories with your family.

COMMUNITY PARKS The City of Belleville maintains over 500 acres of parkland at 55 locations. Looking for fun times to share with the family? Beat the heat during the sizzling summer at one of our three splash pads or the Kinsmen Community Outdoor Pool. Or just kick-off your shoes and enjoy a picnic at one of our picturesque parks that offer an array of amenities including playground equipment for all ages. Find a full listing of our parks on Page 56 BELLEVILLE.CA


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Belleville is home to two of Ontario’s premiere golf courses. Black Bear Ridge & Trillium Woods Golf Course are a must play for every golfer. The Bay of Quinte region also offers 16 other beautiful and unique golf courses that accommodate golfers of all levels.

BLACK BEAR RIDGE

Black Bear Ridge is a traditional parkland layout designed with sweeping vistas, natural water features and superior conditioning. Along with their reputation of providing golfers with immaculate turf condition B.B.R. was ranked as the #68 best golf courses in all of Canada by scoregolf.com. blackbearridge.com

TRILLIUM WOOD

Trillium Wood Golf Course is characterized by mature trees, large greens, elevated tees, rolling bent grass fairways, picturesque ponds and strategically placed bunkers. The magnificent scenic 18 hole course gives one the sense they have been part of the landscape for many years. trilliumwood.com CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE


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GOLF

BARCOVAN GOLF CLUB 1412 Country Road 64, Carrying Place 613.475.2155 barcovangolf.com

PICTON GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 734 County Road 49, Picton 613.476.2222 pictongolf.ca

BAY OF QUINTE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB PINERIDGE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 1839 Old Highway 2, Belleville 4020 County Road 30, Warkworth 613.968.7404 bayofquintegolf.com 705.924.2687 golfpineridge.net BAYVIEW GOLFING CENTRE 1915 Old Highway 2, Belleville 613.962.1254 bayviewgolfingcentre.webs.com

POPLARS GOLF 189 East Hungerford Road, Tweed 613.478.2038 poplarsgolfclub.com

BRIAR FOX GOLF CLUB 7415 Old Highway 2, Marysville 613.396.2433 briarfoxgolf.com

QUINTE HILLS GOLF COURSE 63 Holland Road, Stockdale 613.847.9900 quintehillsgolf.com

FRANKFORD MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE TIMBER RIDGE GOLF COURSE 9 Wallace Street, Frankford 19 Timber Ridge Drive, Brighton 613.398.7836 frankfordgolf.com 613.475.1022 timberridgegolf.net MURRAY HILLS GOLF COURSE 1595 County Road 28, Wooler 613.397.3037 murrayhillsgolfcourse.com

WARKWORTH GOLF CLUB

NAPANEE GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB 201 County Road 8, Napanee 613.354.2313 napaneegcc.com

WELLINGTON ON THE LAKE 157 Prince Edward Drive, Wellington 613.399.2357 golfwellington.ca

OAK HILLS GOLF CLUB LTD. 1538 Frankford-Stirling Road, Stirling 613.395.2611 oakhills.ca

WEST HIGHLAND GOLF COURSE 177 Atkinson Road, Madoc 613.473.3880 westhighlandgolfcourse.ca

14267 Northumberland Cty Rd 29, Warkworth

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WINTER FUN

Need some fun and excitement to beat the winter blues? Winter adventures are waiting for you, with hiking, fishing, snowshoeing and skating activities that celebrate Belleville’s winter landscape. Looking for something more laid back? Check out the Christmas lighting display at Meyers Pier, enjoy local soups during the annual Savour the Chill soup contest in Downtown Belleville, take in a documentary during the 7th Annual Belleville Downtown Docfest, or sit rink side for an AHL game and cheer on the Belleville Senators. There is no shortage of winter activities and festivals to enjoy.

HAPPY HOLIDAYS Winter in Belleville brings with it two of the most anticipated annual events. Christmas at the Pier is the lighting of the Christmas Light Display at Jane Forrester Park and is the unofficial kick off to the Holiday Season. Join us on Friday, November 16 as we light up the waterfront with holiday spirit. Following that is the annual Santa Claus Parade, as Santa travels through the streets of Belleville and brings 70+ colourful floats, marching bands, elves, music, and family fun for all. Parade starts at 4:30 p.m. on Sunday, November 18th. CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE


ICE FISHING The Bay of Quinte is famous for its world class fishing, and that fishing is enjoyed during all four seasons. When the water freezes, the Bay of Quinte is transformed into the ultimate destination for ice fishing. The pike, walleye, perch and whitefish action is fast and furious. Never iced fish before? Don’t own a hut? We have you covered. We offer plenty of outfitters with huts, bail, transportation, and guided tours of the best places to fish. quintefishing.com

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LET IT SNOW

With a bounty of beautiful outdoor space don’t let the cold weather or snow stop you from exploring the outdoors. It is the perfect time to get out on Snowshoes on your favourite trail or take a guided snowshoeing tour with a group. Check out snowshoeing adventures and rentals with Go Active at goactiveontario.ca. Walking a little too slow for you? Try Fat Biking, the popular new winter sport that lets you fly through the ice and snow. Riding a bike isn’t just for summer anymore. Fat Bikes are designed to get you through anything winter throws at you.

ICE SKATING Ice Skating is the most Canadian thing we can think of and Belleville provides plenty of opportunities for family and friends to have fun on the ice. Victoria Harbour & Zwick’s Park provide perfect locations for some good old fashioned outdoor skating or hockey. Also be sure to check out the Quinte Sports and Wellness Centre for scheduled public skating, adult only public skating, senior shinny hockey, adult shinny hockey, and ice rental details. BELLEVILLE.CA


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WHERE BUSINESS COMES TO GROW Belleville, located on the picturesque Bay of Quinte, has a population of approximately 50,000 and serves as the largest urban centre for a population of over 200,000. Conveniently and centrally located off Highway 401 between Toronto and Ottawa, Belleville is the perfect place to stop, relax, and stay for a day, a week or a lifetime. Despite our growing community, Belleville is set apart by its inviting blend of rural and urban opportunities. Belleville is the largest urban centre in the Bay of Quinte region, offering the most efficient environment for your business with low land costs and labour rates, combined with a great location and access to a huge market. Belleville boasts a thriving commercial district and is well positioned to accommodate new growth and development. Overall there continues to be strong growth and employment opportunities in the City. A recent labour study conducted for the Bay of Quinte region indicated that local employers continue to require new workers to fill available positions including entry level positions and skilled trades. For more information on investing or working in the City of Belleville, please contact the Economic and Strategic Initiatives Department. 613.967.3238 | ecdev@city.belleville.on.ca

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LIVE, WORK AND PLAY HERE If you are looking for work-life balance, you are in the right place! Check out our affordable and impressive real estate offerings – whether you’ve always imagined yourself in a historic hillside home, on a picturesque farm, living on the water or simply building a home unique to your specifications - in Belleville you’ll find all the options available and surprisingly affordable – the average house is still well below $300,000. Residential development in 2017 reached an all-time record for the City. The local home builders continue to be very busy with new home construction.

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SCHOOLS & HEALTH CARE Quinte Health Care provides a wide range of high quality health care services through four hospitals in the region. Belleville General Hospital is the largest of the four hospitals and operates as the main centre for health care in the region. Belleville offers a number of educational opportunities at the elementary, secondary and post-secondary levels, providing students with the resources needed to succeed. Located on more than 200 acres in the beautiful Bay of Quinte region, Loyalist College will take you through a fully experiential learning environment with community engagement and hands-on opportunities to drive you to your personal career destination. Begin your journey at loyalistcollege.com. Loyalist offers more than 65 full-time programs; apprenticeships; and hundreds of online, distance and in-class courses, as well as opportunities for continuing education through more than 70 university transfer agreements. Belleville is also home to Albert College, Canada’s oldest, independent, co-educational, day and boarding school. With over 150 years of experience and excellence in a well-rounded education, Albert College provides an enriched and engaging curriculum from Pre-Kindergarten to Grade 12 / Post Graduate. A ‘home away from home’ to students from Canada and over 20 nations.

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LIVE MUSIC EMPIRE THEATRE

The Empire Theatre & Centre for Performing Arts is a 700 seat state-of-the-art theatre in downtown Belleville. Top national and international acts consistently make stops here. Some of the top names in music/ comedy and more have performed on The Empire stage. They also host film festivals and cinema nights. Located adjacent to the theatre is the outdoor venue Empire Square Live which plays host to the Annual Empire Rockfest, bringing together the best of rock music each July. theempiretheatre.com

CAPERS

Located in the heart of downtown Belleville, Capers offers exceptional local cuisine, large wine selection, the region’s best craft beer and some of Ontario’s best folk, blues, and acoustic bands live every Friday and Saturday night. capers.ca

SIGNAL BREWERY

Belleville’s newest brewery is located in the historic Corbyville distillery district on the beautiful Moira River. Along with brewing top of the line beers, they also play host to local, national and international musicians of all genres, along with a variety of other events and entertainment all year long. signal.beer

THE PIER

Meyers Pier Patio and BBQ is open seasonally with live music to enjoy during the weekend. @pierpatiobbq on Facebook CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE

THE BEAUFORT PUB

This British style pub is located at 173 Dundas St. E and provides a warm cozy atmosphere with traditional pub and British fare, large selection of import and local brews and live music on Saturday afternoons and evenings. thebeaufortpub.ca

THE BELLEVILLE CLUB

The Belleville Club makes a historic, 19th Century, brick building on the corner of Bridge and Pinnacle its home. It boasts a winding staircase entry, and two floors of dining and meeting rooms. This is where you can expect to see some amazing local and not so local acts. Whether it is a top notch blues act or a local favourite, this is the environment you can unwind in. @TheBellevilleClub on Facebook

THE BOATHOUSE SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

Located on the beautiful Victoria Harbour downtown Belleville, Quinte’s favourite seafood restaurant offers a waterfront patio with boat docking and features live music every Saturday night. boathouselure.ca

THE RED LION

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CONCERTS ON THE BAY Please join us this summer and enjoy some great evening entertainment on the waterfront in the Lions Pavilion in West Zwick’s Park. Free will donations in support of Lions Community Services. concertsonthebay.ca

SUNDAYS June & July 6:30 - 8:30pm | August 6:00 - 8:00pm June 10 June 17 June 24 July 8 July 22 July 29 Aug 5 Aug 12 Aug 19 Aug 26

The Reasons (50’s/60’s/70’s Rock) Ken Kovac & Heartland (Classic Country) The Offbeats (50’s/60’s/70’s Rock) The Commodores Orchestra (Big Band Memories) Ambush (Rocking Country) Freddy Vette & His Rhinestone Plowboys (Classic Country) Cathy Whelan & Land O’Lake Cruisers (Country) Ken Stapley’s Country Jamboree (Country Classics) White Brothers (Country) Frank Howard Orchestra (Big Band Memories)

WEDNESDAYS June & July 6:30 - 8:30pm | August 6:00 - 8:00 pm June 13 June 20 June 27 July 4 July 18 July 25 Aug 1 Aug 8 Aug 15 Aug 22 Aug 29

Freddy Vette

The Fade Kings (Classic Rock/Blues/Jazz) Matt Cage & Derek Morris (Tribute to Elvis & Johnny Cash) The Shadowz (50’s/60’s/70’s Rock) Texas Tuxedo (Rocking Country) DejaVu – Women of Rock (50’s/60’s/70’s Rock) Grandpa’s Goodtyme Gang (Yesteryear Favourites) Crusin’ 50’s/60’s Band (50’s/60’s Rock & Roll) The Reasons (50’s/60’s/70’s Rock) Wicklow (Country/Rock) The Offbeats (50’s/60’s/70’s Rock) The Emily Creek Band (Country/Rock/Dance)

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THEATRE & PERFORMANCES The BELLEVILLE THEATRE GUILD is now in their 66th year. This seasoned community theatre is located in the heart of downtown Belleville and provides great entertainment at family friendly pricing. bellevilletheatreguild.ca The VILLAGE THEATRE is Belleville’s newest community theatre group. Going into their 4th season in 2018, they offer great dinner & show events at Capers restaurant, and workshops for aspiring local actors. thevillagetheatre.org The QUINTE SYMPHONY has become one of Quinte’s most significant and highly acclaimed performing arts organizations. For over 50 years the symphony has been performing live orchestral music in the

Quinte region with world-class performers such as Mary Lou Fallis, Eduord Minevich and Anton Kuerti. The symphony has also featured home-grown talent such as pianist Greg Butler, the Belleville Choral Society, Donna Bennett, Marilyn Woolven and Steven Belanger to name a few. quintesymphony.com The QUINTE BALLET SCHOOL OF CANADA is one of Canada’s top five full-time professional ballet schools and is based here in Belleville. The school provides an inspiring, challenging and supportive environment that nurtures talented young people to become world-class professional dancers. Graduates perform in major Canadian and international dance companies. quinteballetschool.com

ART GALLERIES The BELLEVILLE ART ASSOCIATION GALLERY is home to an ever-changing series of exhibitions by association members. 392 Front St. (Downtown) 613.968.8632

Located in the Belleville Library, the JOHN M. PARROTT ART GALLERY features art exhibitions and programs and an artisan gift shop. 254 Pinnacle St. 613.968.6731 GALLERY 121 is a non-profit art gallery providing exhibition space for Belleville and Quinte West artists. 48 Bridge St. E.

(Downtown) 613.962.4609 gallery121artists.com KRANE EDUCATIONAL ARTS CENTRE provides high quality experiential arts education and fun for all ages. kraneeac.ca Founded on the belief that arts are for everyone and should be accessible to all, the QUINTE ARTS COUNCIL features arts from local artisans. 36 Bridge Street East (Downtown) 613.962.1232 quinteartscouncil.org BELLEVILLE.CA

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MUSEUMS GLANMORE NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE

Designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 1969 in recognition of its exceptional 2nd Empire architecture. Built in 1882 – 1883 for wealthy banker J.P.C. Philips (1842 – 1912) and his wife Harriet Dougall Philips (1839 – 1915). The grand interior includes beautiful hand-painted ceilings and ornate woodwork. Many rooms have been restored to the 1890s. Period room displays containing some original furnishings as well as beautiful objects from the Couldrey Collection. The museum cares for an extensive collection of antique furniture, paintings and ceramics. Local history is highlighted in Glanmore’s lower level and includes the Early Homestead display and Maid of All Work: Domestic Service at Glanmore exhibit. Winner of 2016 Peter Stokes Restoration Award from the Architectural Conservancy of Ontario. Open year-round 257 Bridge St. E. 613.962.2329 glanmore.ca

THE REGIMENTAL MUSEUM

Features a collection of uniforms, badges, diaries, equipment, weaponry and other memorabilia. Located in the Armory on the corner of Bridge and Pinnacle St. 613-966-2125 theregiment.ca CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE

THE BELLEVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT EXHIBIT:

LOYALTY, TRADITION & PROGRESS

Discover the fascinating history of the Belleville Fire Department in this interactive exhibit produced by Glanmore National Historic Site and on display at Headquarters Fire Station, 60 Bettes Street, Belleville. Here you will learn about 180+ years of firefighting in Belleville. Search the map to find out about significant fires. Discover the inner workings of hoses and protective gear. Snap a selfie wearing a bunker coat, and more! This free exhibit may be visited during regular office hours. Phone: Belleville Fire Department General Inquiries: 613.962.2010

BELLEVILLE SCOUT-GUIDE MUSEUM

Started in 1975 as a private museum in the home of Ron Moon of Corbyville, this Museum has grown to be one of the largest collections of Scout-Guide memorabilia on permanent display in Canada. Museum tours are free and by appointment only. www3.sympatico.ca/pandj/index.html


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WALKING TOURS Stop by City Hall or download a copy of our Heritage Guide online.

THE CITY HALL SELF-GUIDED TOUR

Belleville’s beautiful High Victorian Gothic City Hall, once named the Town Market Building, was built in 1872 and is one of the city’s most impressive structures. This majestic historical building overlooks the Moira River and features stained glass windows, original bricks and wooden trusses.

DESIGNATED SITES SELF-GUIDED WALKING TOUR

Learn about Belleville’s history through the designated heritage properties

located throughout the City. There are 33 designated sites included on this tour, all with their architectural history preserved.

PLACES OF WORSHIP SELF-GUIDED WALKING TOUR This self-guided tour takes a look at the many churches and sites in Belleville that existed from the City’s beginning up to 1940 that served a religious purpose, some of which continue to do so. This tour is designed with City Hall as the starting point, and takes approximately 2 hours to visit 20 sites. CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE


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TAKE A STROLL DOWN MEMORY LANE

In 1995, during the East Bayshore Waterfront Development Phase ll, a trail system was developed between Herchimer Avenue and South George Street. This development, known as South Foster Park, features the CN Train Monument, Memory Lane and a gazebo at the fish habitat wildlife area, better known as turtle pond. Memory Lane is a section of the trail that commemorates people’s loved ones with engraved bricks. The idea is similar to the stones in the CN Monument, an area of the trail that commemorates our railroaders. The Gazebo provides a perfect view of the beautiful Bay of Quinte for those enjoying the waterfront trail along Memory Lane.

HISTORY RESTS HERE

Belleville Cemetery is the resting place of Canada’s fifth Prime Minister Mackenzie Bowell, Canadian author Susanne Moodie and her husband, Dunbar Moodie, the first Sheriff of Hastings County, and an early pioneer in Deaf Education in Ontario Samuel Thomas Greene. The revival of the Elmwood Cemetery is largely due to Corbyville Distillery. After operating a bakery in Belleville and running a steamer for several years in the 1830s, Henry Corby settled in an area just south of Elmwood on the banks of the Moira, where a good site existed for a new grist mill. One of the ‘sidelines’ of running a grist mill was the distillation of liquor. Henry added a distillery to his operation, taking advantage of the sparkling water available. By 1859, the distillery was beginning to

Corbyville is a town built around spirits. Proudly brewed in the historic Corbyville distillery district, Signal Brewery is keeping the heritage of our buildings alive with great beer, food and world class entertainment!

overshadow the grist mill. Between then and 1881 when he died, Henry Corby became Mayor of Belleville and a Member of Parliament. As the village of Corbyville grew up around the distillery and mill, most of the workers preferred to live some distance from the fumes, and settled along the banks of the Moira to the north -- in the immediate vicinity of Elmwood Cemetery. BELLEVILLE.CA


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EAT & DRINK

Fine Dining BIRDY’S FINE CASUAL DINING 449 Dundas Street West 613.779.0856 birdysdining.ca

CAPERS 272 Front Street 613.968.7979 capers.ca

DINKEL’S RESTAURANT & COURTYARD 44 Bridge Street East 613.966.2556 dinkels.ca

EARL & ANGELO’S STEAK & SEAFOOD 182 Front Street 613.962-1182

L’AUBERGE DE FRANCE 304 Front Street 613.966.2433 aubergedefrance.ca

LINGUINE’S 257 North Front Street 613.962.5444 linguines.ca

SIGNAL BREWERY 86 River Road, Corbyville 613.779.8633 signal.beer

Casual / Pub / Diner 10 ACRE TRUCK STOP 902A Wallbridge-Loyalist Road 401 Exit 538 613.966.7017 BELLE PUB 310 Front Street 613.968.5650 BIG J’S PUB & GRILL 7276 Highway 62 613.600.0225 BOSTON PIZZA 180 Bell Boulevard 613.966.2444 bostonpizza.com CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE

CAPTAIN GEORGE’S FISH & CHIPS 150 Sidney Street 613.967.8088 CHUCK’S ROADHOUSE 305 N. Front Street 613.779.0987 chucksroadhouse.com DENNY’S FAMILY RESTAURANT 398 N. Front Street 613.962.6634 dennys.ca


EAST SIDE MARIO’S 390 N. Front Street 613-962-8440 eastsidemarios.com

QUINTE RESTAURANT 135 Cannifton Road 613.962.1313 quinterestaurant.com

EGGSQUIS 117 Bell Boulevard 613.779.8444 eggsquis.com

RED ROCK CANYON 365 North Front Street 613.966.8210 redrockcanyon.ca

FOXBORO DINER AND TAKE OUT 432 Ashley Street, Foxboro 613.967.0224

SENSUOUS UP CAFÉ 33 South Pinnacle Street 613.966.8800

HEATHER’S PLACE 6835 Hwy 62 N. (Sommerville Centre) 613.771.1937 IRENE’S DINER 470 Dundas Street E. (Bayview Mall) 613.967.1074 LA FAVORITA TRATTORIA 248 Front Street 613.779.8993 LITTLE TEXAS 290 North Front Street 613.966.2427 LONE STAR TEXAS GRILL 130 Bell Boulevard 613.962.8677 lonestartexasgrill.com MONTANA’S COOKHOUSE 170 Bell Boulevard 613.967.9970 montanas.ca NORTHWAY RESTAURANT 205 North Front Street 613.962.7119 northwayrestaurant.com OLYMPIC ’76 RESTAURANT 444 Dundas Street West 613.966.1686

SHOELESS JOES 13 Bell Boulevard 613.779.1134 shoelessjoes.ca SLAPSHOTS BAR & GRILL 151 Cannifton Road 613.967.3813 famousforwings.com SWISS CHALET 15 Bell Boulevard 613.962.7010 swisschalet.com THE BEAUFORT PUB 173 Dundas Street East 613.966.7060 thebeaufortpub.ca THE BOATHOUSE RESTAURANT 32 South Front Street 613.969.2211 boathouselure.ca THE DUGOUT 514 Dundas Street East 613.968.5169 dugoutgrill.ca THE RED LION 211 Coleman Street 613.966.2458 WEST SIDE CAFÉ 436 Dundas Street West 613.966.0365

PAULO’S ITALIAN TRATTORIA 38 Bridge Street East 613.966.6542 dinkels.ca/paulos

WINDWARD RESTAURANT & LOUNGE SHORELINES CASINO 380 Bell Blvd. 613-689-9100 shorelinescasinos.com/belleville/

PASTA TAVOLA 109 North Front Street 613.779.9739 pastatavola.ca

WIMPY’S 170 North Front Street 613.969.8156 wimpysdiner.ca BELLEVILLE.CA

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THE BRAKE ROOM 34 Dundas Street 613.779.8444 thebrakeroom.com CAFÉ E 357 Front Street on Empire Square 613.968.1412 café-e.ca COURTYARD CAFÉ 265 Cannifton Road (QSWC) CRUST AND CRUMB BAKERY 37 Pinnacle Street South 613.779.1115 GLAZED & CONFUSED BAKERY 144 North Front Street 613.966.1274 glazedandconfused.ca GOURMET DIEM 249 Front Street 613.779.9995 gourmet-diem.com

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LEGION CAFÉ 132 Pinnacle Street 613.962.2643 RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT & BAKERY 1 Moira Street East 613.967.4928 ROSEMARY & THYME 417 Bridge Street East 613.962.9358 SANS SOUCI 240 Front Street 613.968.2952 sanssoucichef.com URBAN BISTRO/NICE ICE BABY 26 Victoria Avenue 613.968.1481 niceicebabyicecream.com Y’WANNA HAV’ A CAFÉ 613.966.3762 - 254 Pinnacle St. (Library), 199 Front St. (Century Place), 15 Bridge St. W. (Courthouse)

BOURBON STREET PIZZA COMPANY 5A Market Street 613.779.0803 bourbonstreetpizzaco.ca

PIZZA HUT 268 North Front Street 613.968.4582 pizzahut.ca

DOMINO’S PIZZA 143 College Street West 613.962.4949 dominos.ca

PIZZA NOVA 94 College Street West 844.310.3300 pizzanova.com

EAST SIDE FRANCO’S PIZZA EXPRESS 652 Dundas Street East 613.962.1212

PIZZA PIZZA 170 North Front Street 613.967.1111 pizzapizza.ca

GOODY’S PIZZERIA 470 Dundas Street East (Bayview Mall) 613.969.4444 goodyspizzeriabayside.ca JIM’S GREEK-ITALIAN EATERY PIZZERIA 326 Front Street 613.967.1444

LITTLE CAESARS 110 North Front Street (beside Metro) 613.966.0963 littlecaesars.ca PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA 142 North Front Street 613.771.1155 papajohns.com CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE

TINA’S PIZZERIA 113 Cannifton Road 613.966.0241 tinaspizza.ca TOPPER’S PIZZA 365 North Front Street 613.813.7171 toppers.ca WESTSIDE PIZZA FACTORY 150 Sidney Street 613.968.3336


Ethnic / International AJI SAI JAPANESE RESTAURANT 32 Dundas Street West 613.966.3939 ajisai.ca

NORTH CHINA BUFFET 300 Bell Boulevard 613.771.9988 northchina-buffet.com

BUFFET GARDENS RESTAURANT 365 North Front Street 613.967.7888 buffetgarden.com

ORIENTAL WOK & HIMALAYAN CUISINE 59 Dundas Street East 613.962.9232 theorientalwok.com

CHILANGOS 394 Front Street 613.771.9292 chilangos.ca

PHO VIET 30 Dundas Street East 613.968.2605

CARIBBEAN JERK SPOT 690 Sydney Street 343.600.4028

QUEEN’S WOK 150 Sidney Street 613.779.0888

DRAGON ROLLS 265 North Front Street 613.969.0988 dragonrollsbelleville.com

ROYAL HAVELI 366 North Front Street 613.962.1409 royalhaveli.ca

GREEK OASIS 690 Sidney Street 613.962.3332 greekoasis.ca INDIA CURRY HOUSE 180 North Front Street 613.968.5731

SAIGON 110 North Front Street (beside Metro) 613.966.0045 THAI GARDEN 151 Pinnacle Street 613.962.1188

KU MO SUSHI 71 Millennium Parkway 613.969.9090

THAI HOUSE CUISINE 230 Front Street 613.966.7888 belleville-thaihousecuisine.com

MODERN CAFÉ 190 Front Street 613.962.4182

TORO SUSHI RESTAURANT 338 Pinnacle Street 613.967.6478

Fast or On the Go ARBY’S 281 North Front Street 613.966.1844 arbys.com A&W 366 North Front Street 613.969.9276 aw.ca BURGER KING 298 North Front Street 613.966.9797 burgerking.ca

BURGERS MCGEE 325 North Front Street 613.779.8203 BURGER REVOLUTION 300 North Front Street 613.966.3388 burgerrevolution.ca CEDAR NIGHTS 21 College Street West 613.771.1311 DAIRY QUEEN 74 Dundas Street East 613.968.8959 dairyqueen.com BELLEVILLE.CA

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HARVEY’S 233 North Front Street 613.967.1165 harveys.ca KFC 464 Dundas Street 613.962.2907 336 North Front Street 613.967.6394 kfc.ca MARY BROWN’S FAMOUS CHICKEN & TATERS 150 Sidney Street 613.967.0202 marybrowns.com

SHAWARMA PIT 180 North Front Street 613.210.0755 SMOKE’S POUTINERIE 305 North Front Street 613.962.2873 smokespoutinerie.com Starbucks 390 North Front Street (Quinte Mall) 613.962.0479 295 North Front Street 613.697.0874 starbucks.ca

MENCHIES FROZEN YOGURT 150 Sidney Street 613.779.0900 menchies.com

SUBWAY 110 North Front Street 366 North Front Street 450 Dundas Street East 49 Dundas Street West 219 Millenium Parkway 51 Adams Street 25 Bellevue Drive subway.com

MUCHO BURRITO 297 North Front Street 613.966.8246 muchoburrito.com

TACO BELL 336 North Front Street 613.967.6394 tacobell.ca

MR. SUB 390 North Front Street, Quinte Mall 243 North Front Street 613.968.2060 mrsub.ca

TIM HORTONS 161 Bridge Street 165 College Street 169 North Front Street 218 Bell Boulevard 390 North Front Street (Quinte Mall) 470 Dundas Street East (Bayview Mall) 48 Dundas Street West 902 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road Highway 62 timhortons.com

MCDONALD’S 274 Millenium Parkway (Wal-Mart) 185 North Front Street 470 Dundas Street East (Bayview Mall) mcdonalds.ca

NOVA DELI-MARITIME DONAIRS 200 North Front Street 613.968.3357 PANERA BREAD 179 Bell Boulevard 613.967.7758 panerabread.com PITA PIT 305 North Front Street 613.966.6617 pitapit.com QUIZNO’S SUBS(REID’S DAIRY) 222 Bell Boulevard 613.967.7703 quiznos.ca REID’S DAIRY 222 Bell Boulevard 613.967.1970 reidsdairy.com CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE

WENDY’S 350 North Front Street 613.967.9636 wendys.com WILD WING 366 North Front Street 613.967.4848 wildwingrestaurants.com


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ACCOMMODATIONS

Hotels and Motels BEST WESTERN 387 North Front Street 613.969.1112 bestwestern.com

TOWNEPLACE SUITES BY MARRIOTT 400 Bell Boulevard 613.779.1212 towneplacesuites.marriott.com

COMFORT INN 200 North Park Street 613.966.7703 comfortinnbelleville.com

TRAVELERS INN 325 North Front Street 613.968.5353 travelersinn.ca

FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES MARRIOTT 407 North Front Street 613.962.9211 marrriott.com/YGKFI

TRAVELODGE HOTEL 11 Bay Bridge Road 613.968.3411 bellevilletravelodgehotel.com

HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES 291 North Front Street 613.962.1200 ihg.com

COMING IN 2018 COUNTRY INN & SUITES BY CARLSON 245 North Front Street

PARK LANE MOTEL 648 Dundas Street West 613.962.5394

HAMPTON INN 784 Bell Boulevard

Bed and Breakfasts AISLING HOUSE 272 Charles Street 613.969.5220 aisling.ca/index.php

SAVERY HOUSE B & B 1763 Highway #37 613.477.2684 saveryhouse.com

BELLE VIE BELLEVILLE 194 Lingham Street 613.962.2487 bbcanada.com/13246.html

ST. JOHN’S INN 263 John Street 613.967.5859 bbcanada.com/13029.html

HERITAGE CHARM 118 Bridge Street East 613.962.8472 bbcanada.com/9310.html

THE HENRY CORBY HOUSE 126 Bridge Street East 613.827.4116 henrycorbyhouse.com

MODERN BUNGALOW B&B 84 Hickory Grove 613.966.2468

THE MOIRA GUEST HOUSE 21 Elvins Gardens 613.967.7856 bbcanada.com/themoirabandb

PLACE VICTORIA PLACE 156 Victoria Avenue 613.967.8560 placevictoriaplace.ca

THE OCCASIONAL SCONE 33 Catharine Street 613.779.0326 bbcanada.com/theoccasionalsconebb BELLEVILLE.CA


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PARKS BAYVIEW HEIGHTS PARK 75 Bay Dr.

MARY ANN SILLS PARK 140 Palmer Rd.

VICTORIA PARK 86 S. Front St.

Green Space, Community Garden

Sports Field, Multi-Use Trail

Harbour

CENTENNIAL PARK 335 Bridge St. W.

MEMORIAL GARDENS 241 North Park St.

ZWICK’S CENTENNIAL PARK 10-11 Bay Bridge Rd.

Sports Field

CONNOR PARKETTE 403 Front St. Floral Gardens

CORBY PARK 210 Ann St. Floral Gardens, Wedding Photos

FREESTONE POINT & TRAIL 7 South George St.

Greenspace, Wedding photos, Multi-use Trail

JANE FORRESTER PARK 1 S. Front St. Multi-Use Trail

KINSMEN PARK 151 Dundas St. E.

Splash Pad, Outdoor Community Pool, Playground, Multi-Use Trail

KIWANIS EAST BAYSHORE PARK 21 Keegan Pkwy

Sports Field, Picnic Site, Multi-Use Trail

LIONS PARK 70 Station S.

Floral Gardens, Wedding Photos, Multi Use Trail

Greenspace, Floral Gardens, Dog Park

MEMORY LANE Kiwanis East Bayshore Trail Greenspace, Floral Gardens, Wedding photos, Multi-use Trail, Gazebo, CN Rail Monument

PANTER PARK 181 Coleman St. Community Garden

PONTON PARK (BAYSHORE WEST PARK) 241 Dundas St. W Greenspace, Community Garden

RIVERSIDE PARK EAST 350 Cannifton Rd. RIVERSIDE PARK WEST 259 North Park St.

Floral Gardens, Wedding Photos, Playground, Splash Pad, Sports Field, Picnic Sites, Multi-Use Trail, Skateboard Park

THURLOW PARK 516 Harmony Rd. Playground, Sports Field

TOM GAVEY ALEMITE PARK 102 Pine St. Playground, Sports Field

CITY OF BELLEVILLE - 2018 VISITOR GUIDE

Wedding Photos, Playground, Sports Field, Picnic Sites

401 HILL 293 North Park St

Greenspace, Multi-use Trail, Skateboard Park

OFF-LEASH AREAS

There are two off-leash areas in the Quinte region. The first is an off-leash trail (affectionately called the “Pooch Path”) at the Quinte Conservation area. The Pooch Path is not fenced and is used by those who wish to hike with their dog. For those who enjoy a more social experience, try the Quinte Dog Park at East Zwick’s Park. This is a three acre, totally fenced dog park with a double gated entrance for your safety


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Craig Rd

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Trillium Woods Golf Club

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Mudcat Rd

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Atkins Rd

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College St

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Mitchell Rd

Legend

Elmwood Rd

Belleville Ward 2

Grass Blvd

Old Highway 2

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Greenspace Golf Course Trail

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Sommerville Centre

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Roy Blvd

Hampton Ridge Dr

Hanove

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St Gardiner Mineral Rd

Lowe’s

Cloverleaf Dr

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Bell Blvd

Davy Ct Sidney St

Quinte Mall

Reid’s Dairy

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Wallbridge Loyalist Rd

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Avonlough Rd

Wallbridge Loyalist Rd

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Crawmet Lane

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Quinte Conservation

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Zwick’s Centennial Park

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Loyalist College

BELLEVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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Marshall Avonlough Rd Rd

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Potter’s Creek Conservation Area Trails

North Park St

Reid’s Dairy

Davy Rd

401 H Memorial Gardens

North Front St

ShorelinesDavy Rd Casino

Shorelines Casino

Hanna Ct S Hanna Ct

HANNAFIN

Hannafin Rd

Bellevue

Davy Ct Sidney St

HANNAFIN

Hannafin Rd

Hanna Ct S Hanna Ct

Bellevue

Millennium Pkwy 62

Jane Forrester Park Zwick’s Centennial Park


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Farmhand Rd

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Parks Dr

Mineral Rd

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Maitland Dr

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Black Diamond Rd

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Lahr Dr

Riverside Park

Dog Park

Greenspace

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Marina

Bike Route

Bike Route Boat Launch

Boat Launch

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TransitTrail Terminal

Transit Terminal

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St Theresa S.S. Adam St

North Park St

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North Front St

Quinte Mall

Cannifton Rd

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Cannifton Rd

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Dog Park Floral Gardens

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Floral Gardens

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Jane Forrester Park

Freestone Memory Lane/ Pt. & Trail CN Rail Monument

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Bay of Quinte

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THINGS TO DO IN THE REGION

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TAKE A DAY TRIP AND EXPERIENCE THE BAY OF QUINTE REGION QUINTE WEST Steeped in historical and military roots, Quinte West offers a range of cultural festivals, events and attractions that honour their unique heritage. Witness history come to life at the National Air Force Museum with interactive displays and museum staff who have lived the experiences they share. Enjoy outdoor activities year round at Batawa Ski Hill with everything from alpine skiing and snowboarding in the winter to summer day camps, mountain biking, hiking, concerts and culinary events throughout the rest of the year. While in QUinte West visit the Trent Port Marina, a premium 374slip marina ideal for boaters navigating the Bay of Quinte and Trent-Severn Waterway.

PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY

The County is a popular place for foodies, history buffs, nature lovers and boaters. Explore the scenic countryside along the many developed trails and routes. Sandbanks Provincial Park is the world’s largest baymouth barrier dune formation with three expansive sandy beaches that some say are among the best in Canada! In recent years The County has become a top culinary and winery destination. Tantalize your taste buds with local food and drink with over 40 wineries to experience. Drive the spectacular countryside and meet the talented artists and gallery owners along the Arts Trail who make The County a beautiful place to relax, explore and unwind.

HASTINGS COUNTY

Hastings County is the second largest County in Ontario stretching from the shores of the Bay of Quinte up north to Algonquin Park and the Hastings Highlands. The landscape ranges from farming and forestry to quaint downtown shops and unique tourist attractions. Outdoor experiences make this a perfect place for the wilderness enthusiast. Tourists can enjoy an extraordinary multi-use trail system that wanders past scenic village, historic ghost towns and clear lakes and streams. With 180 lakes and countless streams it is also the perfect place for fishing. Hastings County is known as the Cheese Capital of Canada - home to Eldorado (Golden) Cheese, Ivanhoe Cheese and Maple Dale Cheese. And for those who get a thrill from rockhounding, North Hastings is one of the most geologically unique areas in the world. Almost 90% of all known minerals can be found here making it a major destination for recreational rockhounding enthusiasts.

DON’T MISS IT

#Quintelicious - Local Food & Drink Celebration Each spring and fall restaurants come together to feature local food and drink from farmers and producers across the region. Try seasonal recipes featuring regionally sourced ingredients and pair your meal with a beer or cider from Bay of Quinte Craft. The Bay of Quinte region is home to Canada’s largest rural craft beer and cider region with more than 25 incredible options to experience. Book a Quinte Craft Brewery Tour and enjoy the unique flavour of the Bay of Quinte region. Cheers to #QuinteCraft!


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