Bay of Quinte Tourism


Belleville Senators Captain Mike Blunden is Feeling at Home in Bay of Quinte Region

Story by Stephen Petrick, Posted on Dec 5th, 2017

Mike Blunden’s hockey resume reads like the verse of a Johnny Cash song. He’s been through Erie, Rockford, Norfolk and Hamilton; Columbus, Chicago, Syracuse and Binghamton (just to name a few places). But the ...

Nestled in the serene and quiet Murray Hills sits a fully organic farm that is a product of one family’s hard work and dedication. It is quintessentially a family ...


Wooler Dale Farm - Family Food from a Family Farm POSTED: September 18, 2013

Once upon a time a little girl borrowed her mother’s wedding dress, promising no grass stains. Princess in her own backyard production of Cinderella, her best friend played the ...


Stirling’s ‘Silver’ Festival Theatre: Charming Arts POSTED: September 18, 2013

There should be a heritage program for barns. The County barns we see standing are all we have left. There won't be any more like these and we lose ...


Saving the Old Barns of the County, One winery at a time POSTED: September 18, 2013

There are faeries living in the tree stumps by the front door and goblins down by the stream. Visitors to Pixie Hill Studio come to accept this could be ...


Sowing Seeds of Wonder and Delight POSTED: September 18, 2013

Visitors to the Belleville Public Library are checking out more than books – they are taking the opportunity to see some of the finest art creations in the country, ...


John M. Parrott Art Gallery – Bring art to the public, and people to the art POSTED: September 18, 2013

Nestled one block south of Picton’s Main Street, Prince Edward County’s largest and most gracious cemetery, The Glenwood Cemetery, remains as a timepiece of County life.


Honouring the past - The restoration of Picton’s Glenwood Cemetery POSTED: September 18, 2013

Anyone addicted to the wildly popular PBS drama Downton Abbey knows the Quinte area has its own stately home. Though not an English country house perhaps, Belleville’s Glanmore was ...


Glanmore POSTED: September 18, 2013

As the harsh winter winds cast their frigid cloaks over Prince Edward County, last year’s canes stand sentinel in vineyards. When seasoned viticulturists determine the time is right, they ...


Challenging conditions add character to County wines POSTED: September 18, 2013

In the stillness of an oppressively humid July day, the only sounds at Loch Sloy are the distant drone of small aircraft and the crunch of dry brown grass ...


Behind the fence at Loch Sloy POSTED: September 18, 2013

Bay of Quinte Region is an alliance of interdependent communities, bound together by a common history, shared economy, and the water that surrounds and defines us. We hope to welcome you soon.