Potter’s Creek Conservation is the home base for Quinte. It’s a popular with Hikers, Bikers and cross country skiers. The mouth of Potter’s Creek overlooking the Bay of Quinte and provides a great starting point for canoeists, kayakers and windsurfers.
This site was originally settled by Stephen B. Blanchard around 1815. Ernie H. Potter owned and operated a farm with a small orchard from 1910 to 1973.
It was purchased for a Conservation Area in 1973.
There are multiple trails at Potter’s Creek. One of my favourite loops I love to do weekly is the Creekside Trail. This short trail is only .08km. To access the trail you must enter via the Sumac Trail. After a short 0.3km hike you’ll arrive at the trailhead witch starts at the bridge that crosses Potter’s Creek.
This is a fantastic trail to do with the family. And with fall finally here, you will not be disappointed by autumns colourful foliage!
For more information and trail map click here.
(Check out Justin Anderson’s blog.)