Bay of Quinte Tourism

Welcome to Belleville

The City of Belleville is home to a thriving community of 50,000+ people, set at the mouth of the Moira River where it meets the Bay of Quinte.

Belleville

Just off of Highway 401 and nestled along the Bay of Quinte, The City of Belleville is easy to get to by car, train, bus or boat. Once you’re in town, make sure you take advantage of everything this friendly city has to offer. Experience world-class fishing, boating, cycling and walking along the Bay of Quinte and the Moira River. An historic downtown core, with restaurants, shopping and an unbeatable live music and theatre venue are at the heart of the city’s appeal. Gaze in awe at unbeatable summer fireworks displays and dive into local festivals celebrating music, food, history and life on the bay.

Welcome to Belleville!

The Belleville Chamber of Commerce holds a voice at the Municipal, Provincial and Federal levels, speaking on behalf of businesses towards the concerns that matter most. As a gateway to the business community, the Chamber strives to provide support to ensure that Belleville has a strong, growing and healthy economy. Currently, the Belleville Chamber of Commerce represents and celebrates the success of over 600 businesses, from small home-based single proprietorships, to large corporations.

Key Attractions

WHAT'S ON Belleville

Quinte Mini Con 2017November 18 @ 10:00 am - November 19 @ 6:00 pm

A_WALL Outdoor Art Project – Downtown Belleville 2017May 6 @ 1:00 pm - September 30 @ 5:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 1:00pm, repeating until September 30, 2017

Belleville TRIP IDEAS

5 Bay of Quinte Golf Courses

5 Most Picturesque Bay of Quinte Courses to Golf This Fall August 31, 2017

Bay of Quinte Discovery Guide Survey June 09, 2017

A Venture on the Water June 08, 2017

Justin Anderson's Guide to Potter's Creek Conservation Area

Trail Guide to Potter's Creek Conservation Area October 17, 2016

fall fun in ontario's bay of quinte region

10 Ways to Ease into Fall in the Bay of Quinte Region October 11, 2016

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