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The City of Belleville is a vibrant, thriving community situated on the picturesque Bay of Quinte. It is the largest and most central point of the region located between Toronto and Ottawa directly along highway 401.

Belleville est une ville dynamique et prospère située le long de l’autoroute 401, près de la pittoresque baie de Quinte, à mi-chemin entre Toronto et Ottawa.

Our community is rich with an inviting blend of urban and rural opportunities. Belleville offers an interesting mixture of shops and restaurants with beautiful natural spaces and waterfront trails. In addition, there is a wide range of cultural attractions, world-class fishing, boating and golf. The City’s family-friendly recreational facilities are second to none and include swimming pools, ice rinks, splash pads and more. No Belleville visit is complete without taking in one of our exciting festivals and events that are held throughout the year. Whatever your interests, you’ll find our community has something for everyone. We have a large assortment of accommodations so plan to stay for a few days to really experience what Belleville and the surrounding region has to offer. Explore, experience and enjoy, and most importantly – return. You’re always welcome here!

Belleville regorge de possibilités invitantes, tant urbaines que rurales. Elle offre un vaste éventail de magasins, de restaurants et d’établissements d’hébergement, ainsi que de superbes espaces naturels et des pistes sur le bord de l’eau. De plus, on y trouve une foule d’attractions culturelles et des terrains de golf, et on peut s’y adonner à des randonnées nautiques et à des excursions de pêche de classe mondiale. Ses installations récréatives pour toute la famille sont incomparables et comprennent notamment des piscines, des patinoires et des aires de jeux d’eau. Une visite à Belleville est incomplète si on ne participe pas à l’un de ses nombreux festivals et événements palpitants, échelonnés tout au long de l’année. Chacun est certain d’y trouver son compte! Venez découvrir Belleville. Amusez-vous et, surtout, revenez nous voir. On vous y accueillera toujours chaleureusement!

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As the Mayor of the City of Belleville it is my distinct pleasure to have this opportunity to welcome you, on behalf of my colleagues on Council, to the Quinte region. Thank you for choosing Belleville for your vacation destination. We are extremely proud of the amazing amenities in our city; unique shops and fine restaurants; beautiful waterfront trails, parks and recreational facilities. There are so many things to do in the ‘Friendly City’ you will no doubt enjoy your time here. This Visitor Guide is a fantastic resource to help you plan your vacation or day trip in the area. Our hope is that each of you enjoys your time in Belleville and that you return to the Quinte region in the future.

Taso A. Christopher Mayor


Belleville is the largest and most central point of the region located on highway 401 between Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa. Any of the following Exits will bring you here: 538, 543, 544 S. Travel to Belleville from anywhere across Canada. The Greyhound terminal is located at 165 Pinnacle Street Once you’re here, using the Belleville conventional transit system is easy, economical and good for the environment. Make Belleville your next stop. The Belleville VIA Rail Canada station is located at 250 Station Street. Belleville, on the Bay of Quinte is a boater’s paradise. Did you know that the Bay of Quinte Yacht Club is the second oldest Yacht Club in Ontario and fourth oldest in Canada? Visit them in Victoria Park, call 613-966-5931 or For all of your boating options, flip to the Outdoor & Adventure section, beginning on page (21) of this guide, or visit:

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Big News for 2017: 4 & 5 Top Things to Do : 6 Hotels, Motels, Bed & Breakfasts: 8 Hungry?: • Fine Dining 10, • Casual/Pub/Diner 11 • Cafés 12, • Ethnic/International 13 • Pizza 14 • Fast or on the Go 15 Farmers’ Market 17 Shopping 18 & 19 Outdoor & Adventure: • Boat Launches & Harbour Facilities 21 & 22 • Fishing 23 • Water: Sail, Kayak, Canoe 24 • Birding & Conservation Areas 25 • Trails: 26 • Cycling: 27 • Concerts on the Bay: 27 Parks & Leisure: 28, 29 & 30 Golf: 31 Ice & Snow & Winter Fun: 32 & 33 Live Music Venues: 37 Theatre & Performances: 38 Art Galleries & Museums: 40, 41 & 42 Economic Development: 43 Living Here: Hospital/Schools/Housing 44 Festivals & Events: 46 – 49 Maps: 50 – 52 Regional Day Trip Ideas: 53

Belleville Chamber of Commerce 5 Moira E., Belleville, ON K8P 2S3 PH (613) 962-4597

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Visit Belleville by train. The new Belleville VIA Rail Canada station is located at 250 Station Street. Check out the new times added to the schedule by visiting:


Hockey is coming back to Belleville – and in a big way. The American Hockey League Belleville Senators will begin playing in the completely upgraded Yardmen Arena in the 2017-2018 season. Belleville’s Yardmen Arena will undergo a full renovation and upgrade throughout 2017. The Senators are relocating their top farm team from Binghamton, NY to


Belleville. The City and the Senators couldn’t be happier with their new partnership. The American Hockey League is the top development league in the world for players, coaches and officials. Nearly 90% of today’s NHL players played in the AHL. Please visit: for more information.


The Great Canadian Gaming Corporation has built a brand new casino in Belleville, named Shorelines Casino Belleville. This new facility has approximately 450 slot machines, 18 card tables, a lounge, restaurant and a live entertainment space. This brand new, casually up-scale multi-purpose facility is attracting guests seeking the fun of gaming, entertainment, great food and drinks delivered with unparalleled hospitality.


Join us in celebrating Belleville’s 200th birthday and the 150th anniversary of Confederation. Events and activities are being planned – view the City’s Event Calendar for current information.


The completion of Phase II in the downtown core has paved the way for some new business ventures. The positive downtown energy is contagious and the City’s commitment to improving this area is being matched by the enthusiastic commitment of individuals choosing this as their business location.

BAY BRIDGE ROAD Bay Bridge Road is a major artery into the City of Belleville with approximately 17,000 vehicles using the Norris Whitney Bridge daily. Completion of the Bay Bridge Road project has provided residents and visitors with a safer, more efficient route to travel as they enter into our beautiful City of Belleville.


TO B T OP T EL H L ED O I N V I I NG S LL E Bring your camera, meander downtown through Market Square, explore our unique shops, and enjoy our exciting parks and trails. Pop in for a bite to eat at one of our delightful restaurants. The City of Belleville has so much to offer and it is our pleasure to welcome you. Arts, culture, golfing, hiking, boating, fishing, exploring, shopping, swimming or just relaxing - Belleville offers you all the recreational options you’ll need to ensure the whole family has a great time! For more information check out our website at: BELLEVILLE.CA






HOTELS and MOTELS BEST WESTERN BELLEVILLE 387 N. Front St., 613-969-1112 CANADA’S BEST VALUE INN 325 N. Front St., 613-968-5353 COMFORT INN BELLEVILLE 200 N. Park St., 613-966-7703 FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES MARRIOTT BELLEVILLE 407 N. Front St., 613-962-9211 HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS & SUITES BELLEVILLE 291 N. Front St., 613-962-1200 PARK LANE MOTEL 648 Dundas St. W., 613-962-5394 TOWNEPLACE SUITES BY MARRIOTT BELLEVILLE 400 Bell Boulevard,613-779-1212 TRAVELODGE HOTEL BELLEVILLE 11 Bay Bridge Rd., 613-968-3411

BED and BREAKFASTS AISLING HOUSE 272 Charles St., 613-969-5220

THE MOIRA GUEST HOUSE 21 Elvins Gardens, 613-967-7856

BELLE VIE BELLEVILLE 194 Lingham St., 613-962-2487

THE OCCASIONAL SCONE 33 Catharine St., 613-779-0326

HERITAGE CHARM 118 Bridge St. East, 613-962-8472

Visit: BELLEVILLE.CA for conference and banquet facilities.

SAVERY HOUSE B & B 1763 Hwy #37, 613-477-2684 ST. JOHN’S INN 263 John St., 613-967-5859





PLACE VICTORIA PLACE 156 Victoria Ave., 613-967-8560



265 Cannifton Road Belleville ON 613-966-4632

Vacation or Staycation? Come Play Today

Swimming Skating Indoor Walking Track Gymnasium Workout Studio Youth Room (FREE) 50+ Centre Arenas and so much more!

Things to Know Belleville is the largest urban centre in the Quinte Region and centrally located within the heart of North America. Population: 50,716 (2016 census) Regional Population: 210,000 Waterfront & Ethnic Festival: Free Gate Admission & Shuttle Buses – Parking $5 One of Ontario’s Top 100 Festivals Largest multiday summer festival in South Eastern ON Home of the Cheddar & Ale Trail and Chocolate & Apple Trail Quinte Sportsman’s Boat & RV Show largest show between Toronto and Ottawa 189km east of Toronto 361km west of Montreal


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Belleville believes in variety, and that stands true when discussing ! food. With over 100 different dining E K K IC options, Belleville offers a setting, style, and atmosphere for every occasion. Whether TA P you are looking for seafood by the water, authentic Italian, live entertainment with drinks, some unique ethnic options, or something quick on the go, Belleville has no shortage of incredible restaurants.



Food and Festivals go together like peanut butter and jam, that’s why we offer plenty of festivals to celebrate this love affair. Annual events such as Savour the Chill, Belleville Waterfront & Ethnic Festival, Quintelicious and Flavours of Fall bring foodies together from all across Canada.



EARL & ANGELO’S STEAK & SEAFOOD 182 Front St., 613-962-1182

CAPERS 272 Front St., 613-968-7979

L’AUBERGE DE FRANCE 304 Front St., 613-966-2433

DINKEL’S RESTAURANT & COURTYARD 44 Bridge St. E., 613-966-2556

LINGUINE’S 257 N. Front St., 613-962-5444





BELLE PUB 310 Front St., 613-968-5650

OLYMPIC ’76 RESTAURANT 444 Dundas St. W., 613-966-1686

BOSTON PIZZA 180 Bell Blvd., 613-966-2444

PASTA TAVOLA 109 N. Front St., 613-779-9739

CAPTAIN GEORGE’S FISH & CHIPS 150 Sidney St., 613-967-8088

PAULO’S ITALIAN TRATTORIA 38 Bridge St. E., 613-966-6542

CHUCK’S ROADHOUSE 305 N. Front St., 613-779-0987

QUINTE RESTAURANT 135 Cannifton Rd., 613-962-1313

DENNY’S FAMILY RESTAURANT 398 N. Front St., 613-962-6634

RED ROCK CANYON 365 N. Front St., 613-966-8210

EAST SIDE MARIO’S 390 N. Front St., 613-962-8440

SLAPSHOTS BAR & GRILL 151 Cannifton Rd., 613-967-3813

EGGSQUIS 117 Bell Blvd., 613-779-8444

SWISS CHALET 15 Bell Blvd., 613-962-7010

FOXBORO DINER AND TAKE OUT 432 Ashley St., Foxboro, 613-967-0224

THAI HOUSE CUISINE 230 Front Street, 613-966-7888

IRENE’S DINER 470 Dundas St. E., 613-967-1074

THE BEAUFORT PUB 173 Dundas St. E., 613-966-7060

KATE’S COUNTRY KITCHEN 7276 Hwy. 62 N., 613-962-1666

THE BOATHOUSE RESTAURANT 32 S. Front St., 613-969-2211

LA FAVORITA TRATTORIA 248 Front St., 613-779-8993

THE DUGOUT 514 Dundas St. E., 613-968-5169

LITTLE TEXAS 290 N. Front St. 613-966-2427

THE RED LION 211 Coleman St., 613-966-2458

LONE STAR TEXAS GRILL 130 Bell Blvd., 613-962-8677


MONTANA’S COOKHOUSE 170 Bell Blvd., 613-967-9970

10 ACRE TRUCK STOP 902A Wallbridge-Loyalist Rd., 401 Exit 538, 613-966-7017

NORTHWAY RESTAURANT 205 N. Front St., 613-962-7119


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BRAKE ROOM 34 Dundas St. E. 613-900-0767 CAFÉ E 357 Front St. on Empire Square 613-968-1412 COURTYARD CAFÉ 265 Cannifton Rd., QSWC GOURMET DIEM 213 Front St., 613-779-9995 HEATHER’S PLACE 6835 Hwy. 62 N., Sommerville Centre 613-771-1937 LEGION CAFÉ 132 Pinnacle St., 613-962-2643 MODERN CAFÉ 190 Front St., 613-962-4182

RIVERSIDE RESTAURANT & BAKERY 1 Moira St. E., 613-967-4928 ROSEMARY & THYME 417 Bridge St. E., 613-962-9358 RUSTIC CAFÉ AND EATERY 19 Campbell St., 613-962-4242 SANS SOUCI 240 Front St., 613-968-2952 SENSUOUS UP CAFÉ 33 South Pinnacle St., 613-966-8800 WEST SIDE CAFÉ 436 Dundas St. W., 613-966-0365 Y’WANNA HAV’ A CAFÉ 613-966-3762 254 Pinnacle St. (Library) 199 Front St. (Century Place) 15 Bridge St. W. (Courthouse)

NICE ICE BABY 26 Victoria Ave., 613-968-1481

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AJI SAI JAPANESE RESTAURANT 32 Dundas St. W., 613-966-3939

PHO VIET 30 Dundas St. E., 613-968-2605

BUFFET GARDENS RESTAURANT 365 N. Front St., 613-967-7888

QUEEN’S WOK 150 Sidney St., 613-779-0888

CHILANGOS 394 Front St., 613-771-9292

ROYAL HAVELI 366 N. Front St., 613-962-1409

DRAGON ROLLS 265 N. Front St., 613-969-0988

SAIGON 110 N. Front St., (beside Metro) 613-966-0045

GREEK OASIS 690 Sidney St., 613-962-3332 INDIA CURRY HOUSE 180 N. Front St., 613-968-5731 KU MO SUSHI 71 Millennium Pkwy., 613-969-9090 NORTH CHINA BUFFET 300 Bell Blvd., 613-771-9988 ORIENTAL WOK & HIMALAYAN CUISINE 59 Dundas St. E., 613-962-9232

TANDOORI LOUNGE 366 N. Front St.—Unit 22 613-968-9696 THAI GARDEN 151 Pinnacle St., 613-962-1188 TORO SUSHI RESTAURANT 338 Pinnacle St., 613-967-6478 YANGTZE RESTAURANT 444 Dundas St. E., 613-966-6600



PIZZA BOURBON STREET PIZZA COMPANY 5A Market St., 613-779-0803 BRENDA’S PIZZA FACTORY 150 Sidney St., 613-968-3336 DOMINO’S PIZZA 143 College St. W., 613-962-4949 EAST SIDE FRANCO’S PIZZA EXPRESS 652 Dundas St. E., 613-962-1212 GOODY’S PIZZERIA 470 Dundas St. E., (Bayview Mall) 613-969-4444 JIM’S GREEK-ITALIAN EATERY PIZZERIA 326 Front St., 613-967-1444

LITTLE CAESARS 110 N. Front St., (beside Metro) 613-966-0963 PAPA JOHN’S PIZZA 142 N. Front St., 613-771-1155 PIZZA HUT 268 N. Front St., 613-968-4582 PIZZA PIZZA 170 N. Front St., 613-967-1111 TINA’S PIZZERIA 113 Cannifton Rd., 613-966-0241 TOPPER’S PIZZA 365 N. Front St., 613-813-7171



FAST OR ON THE GO ARBY’S 281 N. Front St., 613-966-9797 A&W 366 N. Front St., 613-969-9276 BURGER KING 298 N. Front St., 613-966-9797 BURGER REVOLUTION 300 N. Front St., 613-966-3388 CEDAR NIGHTS 21 College St. W., 613-771-1311 CRUST AND CRUMB BAKERY 37 Pinnacle St. S., 613-779-1115 DAIRY QUEEN 74 Dundas St. E., 613-968-8959 EXTREME PITA 365 N. Front St., 613-969-9777 GLAZED & CONFUSED BAKERY & CAFÉ 144 N. Front St., 613-966-1274 HARVEY’S 233 N. Front St., 613-967-1165 KFC 464 Dundas St., 613-962-2907 336 N. Front St., 613-967-6394 MARY BROWN’S FAMOUS CHICKEN & TATERS 150 Sidney St., 613-967-0202 MCDONALD’S 274 Millenium Pkwy., (Wal-Mart) 613-962-2705 185 N. Front St., 613-962-7400 470 Dundas St. E., (Bayview Mall) 613-968-5400

MUCHO BURRITO 297 N. Front St., 613-966-8246

QUIZNO’S SUBS (REID’S DAIRY) 222 Bell Blvd., 613-967-7703 REID’S DAIRY 222 Bell Blvd. 613-967-1970 SMOKE’S POUTINERIE 305 N. Front St., 613-962-2873 STARBUCKS 390 North Front St., (Quinte Mall) 613-962-0479 295 N. Front St. 613-697-0874 SUBWAY 110 N. Front St / 366 N. Front St 450 Dundas St. E./ 49 Dundas St. W. 219 Millenium Pkwy. / 51 Adams St. 25 Bellevue Dr. TACO BELL 336 N. Front St., 613-967-6394

NOVA DELI-MARITIME DONAIRS 200 N. Front St., 613-968-3357

TIM HORTONS 161 Bridge St. 165 College St. 169 North Front St. 218 Bell Blvd. 390 North Front St. (Quinte Mall) 470 Dundas St. E. (Bayview Mall) 48 Dundas St. W. 902 Wallbridge-Loyalist Road Hwy 62

PANERA BREAD 179 Bell Blvd., 613-967-7758

WENDY’S 350 N. Front St., 613-967-9636

PITA PIT 305 N. Front St., 613-966-6617

WILD WING 366 N. Front St., 613-967-4848

MR. SUB 41 Dundas St. E., 613-968-8466 243 N. Front St. E., 613-968-2060 MR. ZED’S SUBS & BURGERS 324 Front St., 613-968-7787


MENCHIES FROZEN YOGURT 150 Sidney St., 613-779-0900




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Here’s our top 3 reasons why you should explore Downtown Belleville. You can visit us online at for a full list of shops, spas, restaurants & more.


03 THE LOCAL FLAVOURS — There’s something to satisfy every palate. Experience the diverse flavors of over 20 restaurants and cafés, many of which feature locally sourced ingredients.

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FARMERS’ MARKET “As producers, we can tell our customers how the product was grown and the ingredients we used to make it. It’s a meeting place where they will see friendly faces. Parents bring their children as a family outing, letting them help choose the product, explaining what each one is. On a busy summer Saturday there can be up to 2,000 shoppers strolling the walkway. I’m proud to be a part of this group and offer our customers delicious healthy food choices.” Jackie Tapp Chair, Farmers’ Market Association


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Belleville features unique shopping experiences due to its wide range of antique, boutique and specialty shops, many found in the downtown core. Whether you’re in search of collectibles, chocolates, clothing, something exceptional or everyday items…. in Belleville we have it all. Downtown Belleville is located in the centre of the City. Here you will find a variety of shopping experiences and some of the best dining establishments in the City. Roaming the streets of downtown you will discover galleries, spas, salons, specialty boutiques and theatres. The downtown hosts many special events throughout the year – music festivals, sidewalk sales, street dances and gallery tours to name a few. Be sure to check out our Farmers’ Market on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for a wonderful assortment of fresh local produce. 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, Sears and Toys R Us – and entertainment such as Galaxy Cinemas Multiplex Theatre. For more information visit: Belleville is known for its specialty shops which include Donini Chocolates and Steve Marshman Jewelry – and if you wish to relax the day away, there is a wide selection of day spas to choose from such as: Komosis Hair Studio Day Spa, Beautyworks, Joseph Anthony’s, Polish, Studio 237 & Glo Day Spa and The Salon & Day Escape. In addition to these shopping experiences Belleville also offers stores and services from recognizable retail names such as Lowes, Home Depot, Canadian Tire, Walmart, Gap Outlet, Staples, JYSK, Homesense, Carters/ Oshkosh, Michaels, Party City, Bed Bath & Beyond and many more. For a detailed list of wonderful shopping opportunities in Belleville visit:


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Food, Fashion & Fun Visit for a complete listing of our 125 stores and services.

North Front & Hwy 401 . Exit 543A, Belleville . 613-968-3571 Monday-Friday 9:30am-9pm Saturday 9:30am 6pm . Sunday 11am-5pm


Outdoor & Adventure

Tip: Be sure to flip to page 50 and explore our City maps which pinpoint an array of outdoor adventure options that Belleville has to offer!

South George Street Boat Launch & Canteen

The Bay 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 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 at the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre (265 Cannifton Road).

HARBOUR FACILITIES Meyers Pier, 1 South Front St., 613-967-1906

Meyers Pier offers first class amenities for travelling boaters including: • Gas, Diesel, Pump Outs • 160 seasonal and transient boat slips • Washrooms, Showers & On-Site Laundry • Power & Water at Every Slip • Friendly Staff On Site • Evening Security • Wireless Internet

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Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary On Site George Street Canteen within walking distance Local Walking Trails

Shopping, groceries, supplies and restaurants are within walking distance in downtown.


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VICTORIA PARK 86 South Front St. 613-966-4632

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

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Hours of Operation (subject to change): May - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm June - 8:00 am - 6:00 pm July - 7:00 am - 8:00 pm August - 7:00 am - 8:00 pm September - 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Closed - Tuesday, Wednesday October - 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Closed - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday


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 Stillwater Basin 9 Wilkie St. 613-966-1220

J&P Marine Service 112 Black Diamond Rd. 613-962-8422

FISHING IN BELLEVILLE The Bay of Quinte is the perfect destination for fishing. We are internationally known for our walleye, and anglers from all across North America come to take part in our annual Kiwanis Walleye World Fishing Derby. The Moira River, which cuts through downtown Belleville, often has many fishermen lining its shores in early May during walleye season. This has also become a hot spot for fly fishing enthusiasts. In addition, there are also large and 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. FISHING CHARTERS Whether you are looking for salmon, bass, trout, pike, ice fishing or walleye, these charters specialize in the Bay and aim to ensure your fishing adventure is a great success. These charters include boats, seasoned guides and tackle. Bay of Quinte Fishing Charters

PB&J Fishing Charters

Merland Park Fishing Charters

Seas the Day Fishing Charters



Quinte Ice Fishing Team

Sunrise Cottage Resort and Fishing Charters



Werner’s Angling Adventures





Canadian Tire, 101 Bell Blvd., 613-968-6701 Chesher’s Outdoor Store, 300 Maitland Dr., 613-966-8080 Pete’s Pro Shop, 4611 Old Hwy #2, 613-968-2667 Pro Tackle, 43-B Putman Industrial Rd., 613-968-4111


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Boating, Sailing, & Kayaking

Life on the water is just one of the many things that make the Bay of Quinte a great place to live and play. The broad, sheltered waters of the Bay of Quinte make Belleville one of the top destinations for sailing and a prime location for boating, kayaking and windsurfing. The Bay of Quinte Yacht Club caters to boating enthusiasts of all kinds. Whether you want to experience the thrill of sailing for the first time or just sit back and enjoy the excitement of boat races, be sure to check out the Bay of Quinte Yacht Club for fun 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.

CRUISING CANOES – You don’t have to own a kayak, canoe, snowshoes or camping gear. Just book the outing and show up prepared to be guided through the experience! Mini Adventures - Nightly Snowshoe - snowshoes, poles and headlamps available Creek Runs - Kayak through the Frink Centre to O’Brien’s Bridge evenings and weekends Pint and Paddle - Paddle from Potter’s Creek to the Boathouse Restaurant on Victoria Harbour Moira River - Relax with an evening paddle down the river Multiple Day Canoe Trips - Escape to nature for a FEW days Winter Camping Trips - Don’t let winter weather hold you hostage. Go camping in nature’s wonderlands in heated tents with cots, sleeping bags, food and transportation if needed. Or rent a kayak, canoe, Jet Ski, or paddle board from Westlake Watersports or Clearwater Design and spend the day on the water with family and friends. No matter what your wants and needs, the Bay of Quinte offers a little something for everyone.


Birding is a popular pastime in the Quinte Region. The points of land along the Bay of Quinte and our conservation areas provide excellent opportunities to view migrating birds. From herons to sparrows and sandpipers to warblers, you never know what you will find right here in the Quinte Region. For more information on birding in Quinte and for birding groups please visit Nature Stuff at: If you are an avid bird watcher, have a passion for backyard birding or even have one of your own, A Place to Perch carries all the products you need. Visit A Place to Perch at:

Frink Centre While there are plenty of waterfront trails, conservation areas, and places to hike in Belleville, one place you CANNOT MISS is the H.R. Frink Centre. Located just north of Belleville 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 includes trails through a deciduous forest, along the Moira River, across the impressive Silver Maple Swamp, through beautiful horsetails and 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.





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


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

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30TH 10:00am – 3:00pm

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

FRIDAY NOVEMBER 17TH beginning at 6:00pm

Santa Claus Parade SUNDAY NOVEMBER 19TH beginning at 4:30pm Magical lights, amazing floats, bands & Santa!

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Canada Day Celebrations Thursday June 29th – Saturday July 1st

Movie Under The Stars (Thurs) • Rock Headliner Trooper (Fri) • Children’s Entertainment (Sat) • Superheroes & Magic • Interactive Workshops • Music All Day With The Shadows, Fiddleheads, Ed’s Garage, Farside, Tailgate & The Box • Spectacular Fireworks!

Celebrate Canada 150

Free Summer Fun For The Whole Family In West Zwick’s Park (parking $5)

Thursday July 6th – Sunday July 9th Midway • Ethnic Food Village • Children’s Village • Canada 150 Monster Mural & Photo Wall Vendor Marketplace • Meet & Greets With TV & Movie Characters Main Stage Entertainment Including Multi-Cultural Acts Canine Watersports & Ultimutts • Helicopter Rides

Recipient of Top 100 Festivals In Ontario Award 2015, 2016 & 2017!

Trails The City of Belleville has over 17 kilometers of multi-use trails that are maintained year round – perfect for walking, cycling, running and rollerblading. WATERFRONT TRAILS: Kiwanis Bayshore Trail (2,750 meters) Parrott Riverfront Trail (1,610 meters) Riverside Park Trail (5,224 meters) East Zwick’s Trail (1,960 meters) West Zwick’s Trail (1,255 meters)

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 in 2017 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, biking, horseback riding, ATVing or snowmobiling. Eastern Ontario Trails Alliance has 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 discover Ontario’s history, 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:


Cycling Grasp life by the handlebars, cruise our side streets and network of trails. Roam further afield and explore the lovely countryside. Belleville has a variety of routes suitable to all different skill levels. The Bay of Quinte provides some of the most spectacular scenery – a wealth of wildlife, wetlands, fields and forests. And best of all - all roads lead to downtown. The perfect place for your next cycling adventure! The City has invested in developing new cycling routes throughout Belleville, from the waterfront to the North end of the City. Check out our map on page 50 of this guide for further details.

Concerts on the Bay

Throughout the summer, grab your lawn chair and head to the Lions’ Pavillion in West Zwick’s Park Sunday and Wednesday evenings. The Lions have a great lineup of outdoor entertainment for you to enjoy on the waterfront. Concerts on the Bay date back to 1967. The ANAF Veteran’s Association, along with a few keen citizens, had a vision to create a venue for enhancing the summer experience with the sound of music. July concerts are from 6:30 – 8:30 PM and August’s from 6:00 – 8:00 PM. Free will donations are accepted in support of Lions’ Community Services. For more details be sure to visit


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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. Also available at Zwick’s:

. Waterfront . Trails . Soccer fields . Parking . Picnic areas (fresh air or covered)

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. Open from 9am – 9pm. Also at Riverside Park:

• Canteen • Picnic area • Washrooms • Shelter • Parking • Baby change stations • During the winter a large toboggan hill


Kinsmen Park 151 Dundas Street East

We kicked it up a notch. 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.

The City of Belleville maintains over 500 acres of parkland at 55 locations throughout the community. Beautiful floral displays can be found at numerous locations that add an array of colour and brilliance to the City landscape. Memorial Park 130 Station St.

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Floral Display Wedding Photos

Corby Park 210 Ann Street

Centennial Park 335 Bridge St. W. Sports Field

Corby Park 210 Ann St.

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Lions Park 70 Station S.

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Floral Display Wedding Photos Multi Use Trail

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Splash Pad Outdoor Community Pool (Outdoor) Playground Multi-Use Trail

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Kiwanis Bayshore Park 21 Keegan Parkway • Sports Field • Picnic Site • Multi-Use Trail

Jane Forrester Park 1 S. Front St. • Multi-Use Trail

Jackson Woods 110 Finch Dr. • Multi-Use Trail

Victoria Park 86 S. Front St. • Harbour

RT Potter Park

82 Dundas St. W. • Floral Display

Morris Drive Parkette 38 Morris Dr. • Playground

Parkdale Veterans Park 119 Birch St. • Playground • Splash Pad • Sports Field

MA Sills Park

140 Palmer Rd. • Sports Field • Multi-Use Trail

Riverside Park

259 N. Park St. & 373 Moira St. E. • Floral Display • Wedding Photos

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Playground Splash Pad Sports Field Picnic Sites Multi-Use Trail Skateboard Park

Robin Jeffrey Park 220 Bleeker Ave. • Playground

Sir MacKenzie Bowell Park 138 Leland Ave. • Multi-Use Trail

Stanley Parkette 32 Stanley Park Dr. • Playground

Thurlow Park

516 Harmony Rd. • Playground • Sports Field

Tom Gavey Alemite Park 102 Pine St. • Playground • Sports Field

Zwick’s Centennial Park 10 Bay Bridge Rd. • Wedding Photos • Playground • Sports Field • Picnic Sites

West Hill Greenspace 41 Octavia St. • Playground


For those who enjoy a social experience, try the Quinte Dog Park at East Zwick’s Park. This is a three acre, fenced area with a double-gated entrance for your safety.


Golf There are 15 golf courses in the Quinte region, with two of Ontario’s premiere golf courses located right here in Belleville. 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 conditions BBR is one of the finest public golf facilities in Canada.

Trillium Wood

Regional Golf Courses

Briar Fox Golf Club

Frankford Municipal Golf Course Murray Hills Golf Course Napanee Golf & Country Club Oak Hills Golf Club Ltd. Picton Golf & Country Club Pineridge Golf & Country Club Poplars Golf Quinte Hills Golf Course Timber Ridge Golf Course

Barcovan Golf Club

Warkworth Golf Club

Bay of Quinte Golf & Country Club

Wellington on the Lake

Bayview Golfing Centre

West Highland Golf Course

Parks & Leisure

Trillium Wood Golf Club is characterized by mature trees, large greens, elevated tees, rolling bentgrass fairways, picturesque ponds and strategically placed bunkers. The magnificently scenic 18 holes give one the sense they have been part of the landscape for many years.

Regional Golf Courses (cont’d)


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Christmas in Belleville

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 17 as we light up the boardwalk with holiday spirit. Following that is the annual Santa Claus Parade. Join us as Santa travels through the streets of Belleville and brings 70+ colorful floats, marching bands, elves, music, and family fun for all. Parade is on Sunday, November 19 starting at 4:30pm.

On the Ice Ice Fishing


The Bay of Quinte is famous for its world-class fishing, and that fishing goes for 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 ice fished 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. Visit for more information.

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Ice Skating Ice Skating is a Canadian pastime for people of all ages 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. Also be sure to check out the Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre for scheduled Public Skating, Adult only Public Skating, Senior Shinny Hockey, Adult Shinny Hockey and ice rental details.

In the Snow With so much beautiful outdoor space don’t let the cold weather or snow stop you from enjoying the outdoors. Why not get out and

enjoy some snowshoeing through your favorite trail or take a guided snowshoeing tour with a group. Check out snowshoeing adventures and rentals with Go Active at Rather ride than walk? Try Fat Biking, the popular new winter sport. Riding a bike isn’t just for summer anymore. Fat Bikes are designed to get you through anything winter throws at you. Learn more about Fat Bikes or rent one today at Ideal Bikes located at 225 Front St. or


Your Town. Your Team. Don’t miss all the action!

To become a Belleville Senators season seat holder call 1-800-444-7367 ®/™ Trade-mark of Capital Sports & Entertainment. SSE 2016-0832

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The Empire Theatre and Centre for Performing Arts is a 700 seat state-ofthe-art theatre in downtown Belleville. Top national and international acts consistently make stops and perform here. Some of the top names in music/comedy and more have performed on The Empire stage. Plus fabulous movies on all of the other nights. Rooms for meetings, parties and get togethers are also available. Visit: Empire Square Live is located adjacent to the Empire Theatre and brings you to the next level of live concert performances. Empire Square has room for you and 3600 friends. This popular outdoor venue is home to the famous Empire Rockfest. For venue details visit:

Live Music Venues

Empire Theatre

The Belleville Club

The Belleville Club makes an historic, 19th Century, brick building on the corner of Bridge and Pinnacle 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, you can rest assured this is the environment you can unwind in.


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

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, a large selection of import and local brews plus live music on Saturday afternoons and evenings.


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The Belleville Theatre Guild

is now in their 65th anniversary season. This community theatre is located in the heart of downtown Belleville and provides great entertainment at family-friendly pricing. For upcoming performances visit:

The Village Theatre

is Belleville’s newest community theatre group. Going into their third season in 2017, they offer great dinner and show events at Capers restaurant, and workshops for aspiring local actors. Visit for full performance schedule.

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. Visit:

The Quinte Symphony has become one of Quinte’s most significant

and highly acclaimed performing arts organizations. For over fifty years the symphony has been performing live orchestral music in the Quinte region with world-class performers such as Mary Lou Fallis, Eduard 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. Visit:










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s A ri m le eu l a s G u M Belleville Art Association Gallery Home to an ever-changing series of exhibitions by the association members. Located at 392 Front St. in downtown Belleville. For more information call 613-968-8632.

John M. Parrott Art Gallery

Located in the library at 254 Pinnacle St. in Belleville. Featuring art exhibitions and programs, and an artisan gift shop. 613-968-6731.

Gallery 121

Non-profit art gallery providing exhibition space for Belleville and Quinte West artists. Located at 48 Bridge St. E. in downtown Belleville. Call 613-9624609 or visit

Krane Educational Arts Centre Krane’s provides high quality experiential arts education and fun for all ages. Visit them at 199 Front St. or online at

Quinte Arts Council

Founded on the belief that arts are for everyone and should be accessible to all. Featuring arts from local artisans – come check us out! Located at 36 Bridge St. E. in downtown Belleville. For more information call 613-962-1232 or visit

Visit the Parrott Gallery for art classes, exhibitions, and to see the Parrott collection of original Manly MacDonald paintings. Shop for original handcrafted pieces, created by Quinte regional artists and artisans glass




photography....and more!

From elegant to whimsical and everything in between. Visit us today and explore!

Located in Belleville Public Library— 254 Pinnacle Street, Belleville Closed Mondays - 613-968-6731 ext. 2240 - 40

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

Art Galleries & Museums

Glanmore National Historic Site

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. Belleville Fire Department General Inquiries: 613-962-2010


Art Galleries & Museums

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,

Heritage Belleville

Heritage Belleville is our municipal heritage committee and is comprised of citizens appointed to the committee who are interested in and knowledgeable about heritage matters. There are a few self-guided tours available so you can fully embrace and enjoy the rich heritage that Belleville has to offer.

The City Hall Self-Guided Tour

Belleville's beautiful High Victorian Gothic City Hall was built in 1872 and is an identifiable landmark in Belleville. Inside City Hall you will find beautiful stained glass, original bricks and wooden trusses.

Designated Sites Self-Guided Walking Tour

Pick up a copy of our self-guided walking tour publication and explore the beautiful heritage properties located here in Belleville. The designation of properties protects and preserves its architectural history.

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. A heritage self-guided walking tour guide is available at City Hall or online at:


ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Doesn’t it just make sense to live, work, play and invest in a community that has a quality of life you run to during every vacation? Why not consider Belleville for your next business investment? Located between Toronto, Montreal and Toronto, close to an uncongested border crossing and bisected by Canada’s main street – Highway 401 – Belleville can offer your business all the advantages of small City living with all the amenities of being a large urban centre. With a regional population of over 210,000, Belleville can meet all your business and labour needs and can do it in a low cost jurisdiction where the average home price is still well below $300,000 and vacant land can still be had for much less than you think. If a job is what you’re looking for, many positions are available throughout the community – check out local web sites for more information on the exciting career opportunities that exist. For more information on investing or working in Belleville please connect ith the Economic and Strategic Initiatives Department at or by calling 613-967-3238.

Additional ‘Family Fun’ Ideas BELLEVILLE BINGO HALL 610 Dundas St. E. 613-967-1606

MONSTER MINI GOLF Quinte Mall 390 N. Front St. 613-968-3571

BELLEVILLE PITCH & HIT 393 Sidney St. Unit 10 613-779-7138

QUINTE BOWLING CENTRE 17 Roy Blvd. 613-967-2695

BREAK OUT BELLEVILLE 268 Front St. 613-779-9888

QUINTE SPORTS & WELLNESS CENTRE 265 Cannifton Rd. 613-966-4632

RHINO SPORTS & PLAYLAND 199 Bell Blvd. 613-969-6564 YMCA 433 Victoria Ave. 613-966-9622




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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 General Hospital

Rural Subdivisions

Loyalist College


Belleville offers a number of educational opportunities at the elementary, secondary and post-secondary levels, providing students with the resources needed to succeed.


Belleville and the region offer affordable and elegant living in rural and urban settings. Options include Victorian homes, traditional family dwellings, condominiums, subdivisions, acreages, waterfront estates, rental properties and many options for every stage of life.


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Shannonville Motorsport Park Superseries Throughout May to September 37th Annual Kiwanis Walleye World Fishing Derby May 5, 6, 7 Belleville & District Kennel Club Dog Show May 26, 27, 28 Thurlow Park Family Artfest Saturday, May 27th West Zwick’s Centennial Park

JUNE OFSAA Track & Field Championships June 1-3 Mary Ann Sills Park (MA Sills) Little Shop of Horrors June 1-17 Belleville Theatre Guild Strut for Strays Saturday, June 3 West Zwick’s Centennial Park Belleville Lions Club 7th Annual Show & Shine Car Show Sunday, June 4 West Zwick’s Centennial Park Quinte Ballet School Spring Showcase Saturday, June 10 Centennial Secondary School



JUNE (continued) Cops for Kids Fishing Saturday, June 10 Victoria Park Bay of Quinte Art & Wine Festival Saturday, June 10 Parking Lot across from City Hall Pride Party In The Park Saturday, June 10 West Zwick’s Centennial Park Quinte Toy Con Sunday, June 11 Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre Quinte Bass Anglers Saturday, June 17 Herchimer Avenue Boat Launch

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July (continued)

Canada 150 Movie Night Thursday, June 29 West Zwick’s Centennial Park

Family Fishing Week July 1 – 9 License Free Fishing for Canadian residents all week long

Canada 150 Concert Friday, June 30 West Zwick’s Centennial Park

Belleville Waterfront & Ethnic Festival July 6 – 9 West Zwick’s Centennial Park

Berkley B1 Fishing Tournament June 30 – July 2 Bay of Quinte

“Splashtastic” – Paddles & Oars Saturday, July 8 Victoria Park 11AM - 2PM

JULY Canada Day Saturday, July 1 West Zwick’s Centennial Park


Belleville Rockfest on Empire Square July 20 – 22 Empire Square, 353 Front St. Wheels On The Bay July 21 – 23 West Zwick’s Centennial Park Belleville 5K Foam Fest July 29 West Zwick’s Centennial Park

August Tweed Stampede & Jamboree August 4 – 7 Trudeau Park (Tweed) 11th Annual Quinte Ribfest August 11 – 13 Centennial Park (Quinte West) Tyendinaga Mohawk Pow Wow August 12 – 13 Tsi tkerhitoten Park, 275 Bayshore Rd.


ls a v ts i st ven e F E & August (continued) 7th Annual Tweed Elvis Festival August 25 – 27 Tweed Fairgrounds (Tweed) Quinte Exhibition August 31 – September 3 Exhibition Park (Fairgrounds)

September 27th Annual Scottish Irish Festival September 9 – 10 Centennial Park (Quinte West) Brighton Applefest September 21 – 24 Various Locations around Brighton


November Hollywood North Film Festival November 3 – 5 Various Venues

Flavours of Fall Saturday, September 30 10 am - 3 pm

Christmas At The Pier Friday, November 17, 2017 – January 2018

Porchfest Belleville Saturday, September 30 Various Locations around Belleville

Quinte Mini Con November 18 – 19 Quinte Sports & Wellness Centre Nighttime Santa Claus Parade Sunday, November 19, 4:30 pm







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Things to do in the Bay of Quinte Region A Sampling of Signature Events • • • • • •

Belleville Waterfront & Ethnic Festival Trenton Scottish Irish Festival TASTE: Community Grown Marmora SnoFest Wheels on the Bay Tweed Tribute to Elvis

Businesses - Food • • • •

Burger Revolution Reid’s Dairy Maple Dale Cheese L’Auberge de France

Where to Take A Day Trip Quinte West – Home to Canada’s largest National Air Force Base 8 Wing Trenton, Quinte West is an aviation enthusiast’s dream. With spectacular military aircraft soaring over head, you can experience history, culture, live theatre, amazing special events as well as a brand new marina and waterfront on the Bay of Quinte and the Trent Severn Waterway that is like no other. Don’t forget to stop by the National Air Force Museum to witness history come to life with interactive displays and museum staff who have lived the experiences they share. Prince Edward County – One of the fastest growing tourist destinations in the Province, Prince Edward County is fast becoming the preferred get away for thousands of urban dwellers. From white sand beaches to more than 40 wineries, visitors can also enjoy craft brew pubs, scenic vistas, boutique shopping and small town charm to spare, Prince Edward County has something for everyone. Just a few minutes drive south of Belleville, Prince Edward County makes a great day trip – it’s the perfect compliment to your trip to Belleville. Brighton – Head due west from Belleville for thirty minutes and you’ll find yourself in Brighton, the home of Presqu’ile Provincial Park and its famous migratory birds. Spend the morning walking or cycling the trails in the park, or visit its spectacular family-friendly beaches. In town, there’s no shortage of treats: Mrs B’s Country Candy is a long-standing institution for handmade Belgian chocolates and gelato, and Lola’s is a local favourite for lattes and cappuccinos - don’t miss the cafe’s toffee shortbread cookies! Hastings County – Touching the Bay of Quinte in the south and Algonquin Park in the north, historic Hastings County is the ultimate destination for adventure seekers. With outdoor adventure as its signature calling card, Hastings County can offer memorable experiences in the beautiful, unspoiled and spectacular natural environment that makes eastern Ontario the affordable go-to vacation destination. Camping, fishing, cottaging, hiking or just exploring the quaint villages and hidden landscapes will make you fall in love with this unique part of the Province.

Discover Belleville 2017  
Discover Belleville 2017