The County of Prince Edward is an island community on the shores of Lake Ontario with a proud United Empire Loyalist heritage. Boasting beautiful beaches and a unique rural landscape, the County offers serene country living. Our strong agricultural roots, thriving tourism attractions, renowned regional cuisine, and growing wine industry combine to offer a unique and unmatched quality of life.
25,258 (2011 Census)
Prince Edward County includes the population centres of Ameliasburg, Bloomfield, Carrying Place, Cherry Valley, Consecon, Demorestville, Fawcettville, Glenora, Hillier, Lake On The Mountain, Milford, Mountain View, Northport, Picton, Rednersville, Rosehall, Rossmore, Salmon Point, Waupoos, Waupoos Island, Wellington, West Lake, Woodrous, and Yerexville.
172 Main St. – Unit 202
206 Main St. (The Armoury)
Prince Edward County is within close proximity to top post‐secondary educational institutions in Kingston and Belleville including, Queen’s University, the Royal Military College of Canada, St. Lawrence College and Loyalist College.
Our education system provides the population with access to schools servicing students from K‐12. We are home to six public schools, one Catholic school, one Christian School and a secondary school.
Prince Edward County offers a range of health care services including a medical centre with three doctors, dental clinic, pharmacy, chiropractic services, massage therapy, specialized health care, and long-term care
Quinte Health Care (QHC) Prince Edward County Memorial Hospital provides primary care to the residents of the community.
There are four entry points to Prince Edward County, all of them leading to Picton, the main town in the county.
Highway 33 West is accessed from 401 by Wooler Road at Exit 522, just west of Trenton.
Highway 62 is accessible from 401 at Exit 543, Belleville.
Highway 49 at Exit 566 at Marysville.
Travellers from Kingston can access Prince Edward County by way of Glenora Ferry on Highway 33 East.