Posts Tagged ‘Bay of Quinte’

Vanderwater Park Conservation Area, Thomasburg Ontario

Vanderwater Park Conservation Area, Thomasburg Ontario

Vanderwater Park Hastings County, Thomasburg, Ontario Address: 512 Vanderwater Rd, Thomasburg, ON K0K 3H0 Off the Beaten Path Perfect little getaway 20 minutes North of the 401 from Belleville Ontario. The 257 hectare (635 acre) Vanderwater Conservation Area is located 3 km east of Thomasburg off Highway 37, at 512 Vanderwater Road. This lovely outdoor

Corby Park Rose Garden, Belleville Ontario

Corby Park Rose Garden, Belleville Ontario

Corby Park Rose Garden 220 Ann Street, Belleville ON K8N 2T7 Beautiful to visit in the Spring and Summer with the Roses in full Bloom. The stunning Rose water fountain is always running and at the Center of it all you get a perfect view of the entire garden. Perfect for a family outing, wedding,

The calm before the storm along the Bay of Quinte, Belleville Ontario

The calm before the storm along the Bay of Quinte, Belleville Ontario

The calm before the storm along the Bay of Quinte, Belleville Ontario Address: Herchimer Boat Launch Bayshore Trail, Belleville, ON K8N 5R1, Canada 35 Keegan Pkwy, Belleville, ON K8N 5R1 The Bay of Quinte walking trail offers great views of all seasons, this wonderful photo was captured in May 2016 as the wind rushed and

Quinte Skyway Bridge, Prince Edward County Ontario

Quinte Skyway Bridge, Prince Edward County Ontario

ON-49, Prince Edward, ON, Canada The connecting bridge from Hastings County near Deserento Ontario to Highway 49 in Prince Edward County Ontario.

Breaking of the Ice, NorthPort Ontario

Breaking of the Ice, NorthPort Ontario

Centennial Park – 1417 B County Road 15 in Northport, Sophiasburgh Ward This shot was taken at Centennial Park in Northport Ontario in March 2016. Northport  is located on the Bay of Quinte, featuring beautiful sunsets and great fishing. It is  approx. a 20 minute drive from Picton or 30 minutes from Belleville. Northport has

7 Surprising Facts about the Historic Trent-Severn Waterway, By Angela Hawn from the Bay of Quinte Tourism

7 Surprising Facts about the Historic Trent-Severn Waterway, By Angela Hawn from the Bay of Quinte Tourism

By Angela Hawn, Bay of Quinte Tourism According to Parks Canada, nearly one and a half million visitors enjoy the unique and beautiful canal and lock system of the Trent-Severn Waterway every year. Read on to learn about this fabulous national historic site. It’s Called a Linear Park for Good Reason! Thinking of traversing this

Bike road stop along the Lighthouse and Bay Bridge at Jane Forrester Park, Belleville Ontario

Bike road stop along the Lighthouse and Bay Bridge at Jane Forrester Park, Belleville Ontario

Go off the Bayshore path and walk your bike across a winding bed of rocks, into the Bay of Quinte for great views of the Lighthouse and the Bay Bridge in Belleville Ontario.

Bikeride Sunset across the train tracks near Bayview Heights Park, Belleville Ontario

Bikeride Sunset across the train tracks near Bayview Heights Park, Belleville Ontario

Beautiful bike ride capture along train tracks near the Bay of Quinte in Belleville Ontario.

Bay Of Quinte Walking Trail, Belleville Ontario

Bay Of Quinte Walking Trail, Belleville Ontario

Bay of Quinte Walking Trail, Belleville, Ontario 35 Keegan Parkway, Belleville, Ontario This trail has several spots to park and enjoy the view of the Bay of Quinte. We have mapped out the location furthest East to park as you venture West, through Ponds, Parks, great vantage points, a Lighthouse as you can continue along

Massassauga Point Conservation, Belleville, Ontario

Massassauga Point Conservation, Belleville, Ontario

Massassauga Point Conservation Area, Belleville, Ontario This is a tucked away, quiet little spot worth getting out to if your in the Quinte/Prince Edward Area.  Tucked around the bay of Quinte is offers a few hiking trails in the woods or take the shoreline water walk wrapping around the Bay Of Quinte. People also come