Prince Edward County
Often called “The County” or “PEC”, Prince Edward County is one of Ontario’s most treasured holiday spots for its world-class wineries, sandy beaches and boutique accommodations.
Visitors flock to The County to explore small towns with antique shops, art galleries and farm-to-table fare. The 46-kilometre Millennium Trail stretches the length of The County, providing adventure for cyclists, hikers and birdwatchers.
Where is Prince Edward County?
Prince Edward County is located on the eastern shores of Lake Ontario, roughly halfway between Toronto and Ottawa. The County is most easily explored by car or motorcycle, although driving tours, bike tours and even public transit from the town of Belleville are available.
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Last updated: February 16, 2024