Bay of Quinte Tourism

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Meet The Farmers: Willow Creek Farms

SUE & TIME VANDEN BOSCH – WILLOW CREEK FARMS 1442 Frankford Road, Quinte West Note: photos taken in 2019, pre-COVID-19. You can’t help but turn your head at the abundant farm stand on Frankford Road, colourful vegetables like a seasonal billboard inviting you to dig in. What started as a few baskets of tomatoes at the side of the road has evolved over 25 years into Sue and Tim Vanden Bosch’s farm in Quinte West, plus two satellite locations ...

Bay of Quinte Farmers’ Markets and Stands

illustrated map of bay of quinte farmers' markets and stands

We have a rich history of agriculture and farm-fresh food. We urge you not to only see but taste what the region has to offer.

The Bay of Quinte is home to plenty of farmers’ markets and stands where chefs, locals and travellers alike flock to sample the best the region has to offer. Belleville Farmers’ Market Market Square, Belleville Having just celebrated 200 years of operation in 2016, the Belleville Farmers’ Market are experts in homegrown fruits, vegetables, crafts and more. Open all year round, this market is your one-stop shop for all your grocery needs. Known for: All-year service. Quinte West Farmers’ ...

Barns in the Bay of Quinte

Illustrations of barn types and accessories on an orange background with the title "Barns of Bay of Quinte."

Illustration by Jeannie Phan.

Lost in the maize of farms in the region? Wonder why barns look they way they do? Here’s a guide to use on your next drive exploring barns in the Bay of Quinte. Barns in Bay of Quinte Roof Styles 1 Gable A simple roof with two sloping sides, it’s the earliest style of roof seen on barns. Initially, they were very steep. 2 Gambrel This style of roof increased in popularity in the late 19th century as herd ...

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.

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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.