You might know us as a midway stop on road trips between Toronto and Montreal, as a sports tournament destination, as the home of Canada’s largest air base, or as a top spot for walleye fishing. There’s more to discover beyond the rest stops along the highway like agritourism experiences, culinary adventures, sandy beaches, trails that lead to panoramic views and tons of folks to meet with interesting stories. Whatever your reason for visiting, we can’t wait to welcome you.
Our entire region is most easily accessed from Hwy 401, with a dozen interchanges scattered throughout to take you exactly where you want to go.
For something a little more off the beaten path and a slower pace, take Highway 2 (or County Road 2 as it’s called in some parts) that stretches from Toronto to Cornwall, stopping in various towns and cities along the way. If you’re heading here from Ottawa, you can take Highway 7 to Highway 37 which will run right into Belleville in the centre of our region.
Visit Ontario 511 for provincial traveller information.
Belleville Transit has a dozen routes that run through the city daily, as well as an on-demand late-night service.
Quinte Transit provides public transit within the Trenton ward of the City of Quinte West, as well as routes that go from Trenton to Belleville.
Uride ridesharing service covers Belleville and Prince Edward County.
Taxi services are based in the following communities:
Napanee Cab, Napanee
Plan your next stay at one of our hotels, motels, B&Bs or campsites.
What to do? More like what to do first! Plan ahead with one of our itineraries to get things rolling.
Check out our discover map and see what BoQ has to offer. Plan your trip, and email it to yourself!
Let’s see what we got!
The Bay of Quinte RMB Land Acknowledgement
The Bay of Quinte Regional Marketing Board is committed to acknowledging, appreciating and understanding the Indigenous peoples’ historic connection to this land and to raising awareness by building relationships in collaboration with Indigenous partners and communities.
We recognize and acknowledge that we are living and working on the traditional territory of the Wendat, Mississauga, Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee which includes the Kenhtè:ke Kanyen’kehá:ka (Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte) with whom we work in direct partnership with.
This partnership focuses on the common goal of celebrating the region with the Kenhtè:ke Kanyen’kehá:ka who are equal partners within the organization and at the Board of Directors table contributing to the mandate and operations.
This mandate includes listening to, learning from, and collaborating with the Kenhtè:ke Kanyen’kehá:ka and actively incorporating their culture and heritage into the practice of responsible destination marketing and management of the region.
We understand that this land acknowledgement is only a small step towards the larger process of reparations and reconciliation.
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