Bay of Quinte Tourism

Ten Things To Do During the U19 World Floorball Championships

Bay Bridge Belleville

Jog the Bayshore and Riverside Park Trails.
Jog the Trails

The trails run along both the Moira River and the shore of the Bay of Quinte – it’s an inspiring place for a sunrise or sunset warm up.

Try Your Hand at a Few More Sports at Rhino Sports & Play.
Rhino Sports

A multi-sport simulator, synthetic ice surface and climbing wall are just a few ways to take advantage of a day at Rhino Sports & Play..

Visit the Sandbanks
Sandbanks Park.

The largest freshwater dunes in the world are right here in the Bay of Quinte, at Sandbanks Provincial Park.

Get Fresh Curd from Maple Dale.
MapleDale Curd

There’s no better sustenance for an athlete than freshly packed curd – guaranteed.

Grab a Loonie Shake at Reid’s Dairy.
Reids Dairy

In seasonal flavours as well as the classic strawberry, chocolate and vanilla, here’s no more iconic snack in Belleville.

Except maybe… a Bag of Hawkin’s Cheezies.
Hawkins Cheezies

Your fingers will be dusted with a tell-tale orange in no time, thanks to this locally-made snack.

Count the boats at Kiwanis Walleye World Fishing Derby.
Kiwanis Walleye World Boats

The largest of its kind, this fishing tournament brings out thousands of participants from across the country, and around the world.

Watch the Sunset at Meyer’s Pier.
Sunset Meyers Pier Belleville

Local photographer Mark Hopper captures sunrises and sunsets each day on the Bay of Quinte.

Hike the Lookout at Sager Conservation Area.
Sager Conservation

Look out onto the Oak Hills surrounding Oak Lake – if it’s warm, you can even go for a dip at the beach!

Top it off with something sweet at Donini Chocolate.
Donini Chocolate

You’ve made it all the way to the World Championships! That’s definitely a feat to be celebrated with chocolate.

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