Our guide to the best aquatic activities in the region!
From trophy walleye to salmon, you can fish for #QuinteGold in the BoQ 12 months a year. The area’s exceptional fish habitat also makes for easily accessible accommodations for the longer fishing excursion.
It’s everything we were promised in Back to the Future, only on the water. There are individual and group experiences available for all abilities.
With a different way of being on the water, experience a combination of paddling and surfing with SUP, it’s easy to learn and offers a fun full-body workout. No experience necessary.
Originally established in 2012, the Trenton Rowing and Paddling Club offers membership and rentals available for recreation on the water. Explore the Bay of Quinte on the water, whether youth or adult.
Choose your own all-inclusive adventure from a backcountry canoe to a “Pint and Paddle.” A way to enjoy the scenery of the Bay of Quinte in the comfort of your own.
Established in 1876, the Bay of Quinte Yacht Club has been mastering cruising, keelboats and dinghies ever since. Located in the protected Bay, it’s one of the best areas to be on the water for sailing.
Just show up with your swimsuit in tow and you’ll be towed in turn. Experience a thrill you won’t forget, child or adult. Adrenaline free of charge.
Make your “slip” into summer easy; get your transient access pass from the marina office.
- German’s Landing
- Frankford Tourist Park: Tourist Park Rd, Quinte West
- Water St.
- Baptiste St.: 2 Baptiste St, Trenton
- Trent Port Marina: 15 Creswell Dr, Trenton
- Centennial Park: 8 Couch Cres., Trenton
- Rossmore: 5568 ON-62, Belleville
- Meyers Pier: 1 South Front Street, Belleville
- South George St.: George Street Boat Launch, Belleville
- Herchimer Avenue: 1 Herchimer ave., Belleville
- Point Anne Rd.: 678 County Rd 17, Belleville
- Ferry Lane: 303 Ferry Ln, Deseronto