Bay of Quinte Tourism

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Meet The Farmers: Palliser Downs

Audrey and James Potts, owners of Palliser Downs Farms in Quinte West, standing side by side on their front porch.

WE’RE ‘BERRY’ EXCITED Haskap berries will be the next big thing, if you ask James and Audrey Potts. The couple, whose farm sits at the intersection of Frankford Road and Highway 62 in Quinte West, started growing this lesser-known berry a few years back. Things at Palliser Downs began with strawberries in 2005, but it’s been these oblong blue gems that are taking over their hearts (and orchards, since 2011). NEW TO HASKAPS? To say that the haskap (photographed ...

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’ ...

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Healthcare in the Bay of Quinte

From start to finish, here’s why the Bay of Quinte region is the smart choice for your health in the long run. Pre-Birth The Quinte Midwives are a team of primary health care professionals who are experts in low-risk pregnancy births and newborn care. They promote a natural approach to childbirth and work with doctors, dietitians, and therapists. The Kenhtè:ke Midwives is an Indigenous Midwifery Practice providing culturally appropriate maternal and newborn care to Indigenous families. THE KENHTÈ:KE MIDWIVES ...

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.