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Welcome home to Prince Edward County! A unique island-vibe community where rural roots and creative pursuits come together, The County is a place of tranquility, inspiration, hospitality and fun. It all comes together to offer a unique and unmatched quality of life. The County is both simple and sophisticated. Experience the rural pace, the creative possibilities and entrepreneurial opportunities. Consider yourself officially invited to be a part of it.


An island roughly 30 miles across that dangles into Lake Ontario, Prince Edward County packs into a small space stunning beaches and small towns, wineries and a slew of new restaurants. A mixture of the hip and the historic, it offers a rare look at what makes Canada, Canada.

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Some may confuse it with Prince Edward Island, miles to the east. Lined with some 40 archaeological sites and listed heritage buildings, the Parkway is itself a kind of historic artifact. Its path follows that of the first permanent pioneer roadway that the Vermonter Asa Danforth laid down, beginning into connect Toronto to the west and Kingston to the east.

Ro and land were needed to make way for several waves of refugees, led by British soldiers loyal to George III, who had arrived, weary and penniless, after the American Revolution. To this day the county is demonstrably proud of its Loyalist past. The Parkway enters the county in the northwest at Carrying Place, a famous portage and meeting spot for native tribes, centuries before Europeans arrived.

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As the name implies, this is where canoes were lifted and carried between the Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario. The French explorer Samuel de Champlain stopped here inand it was also the site of the Gunshot Treaty ofnow marked by a small cairn, where the Mississauga relinquished all land west to and including what would later become Toronto. A canal was dug in the 19th century, severing the slim isthmus and turning the county into an island. Driving south then east on the Parkway one comes to Sandbanks Provincial Parkthe largest freshwater barrier beach and dune system in the world.

The beaches are great for swimming, the dunes for exploring.

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While Sandbanks has been the traditional tourist draw, the rest of the county is almost as pretty, carved by long reaches of water and overlaid by green hills, farm stands and small towns with thriving main streets. Permanent settlement of the area likely took place only with the arrival of the Loyalists — before that it was a place to be traversed or navigated around, on the way to somewhere else. Most who landed were officers and soldiers from disbanded regiments, with their families.

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They had lost everything. The British rewarded them with land to be cleared, seed and tools. The vestiges of the Loyalists are everywhere: the County claims to be home to the second largest collection of Loyalist architecture in North America, after Williamsburg, Va. More ificantly, some historians trace the rise of modern Canada to the Loyalists, their arrival ifying the shift in development of a country that was to be distinct from both the republic to the south and the British Empire overseas. These days there is migration from a different direction, with the county serving as the terminus of an eastern flyway for Toronto chefs, mixologists, hoteliers, artists and entrepreneurs.

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Over the past few years the county has been chaotically, bigheartedly reinvented by youthful outsiders leading a hipster cavalry charge of tourism, central to which are some 50 wineries, cideries and breweries. The surge in coolness can be traced to five years ago when the Drake Devonshire hotel set up in Wellington, a town of 2, people close to Sandbanks, whose Main Street forms part of the Parkway. A former iron foundry and inn, the rambling hotel is part of an artsy boutique chain based in Toronto. The Devonshire has 13 guest rooms, a restaurant that practically sits in the lake, a barnlike open-mic space and the Glass Box room with games and morning yoga.

Everyone and everything looks good and smells good. Around every corner is art: murals, installations, sculptures.

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In May the company opened the Drake Motor Inn a block from the shore. On opening weekend an artist flown in from Spain was putting finishing touches on a mural on the outside wall. Constructed with thick gray stone, the low-slung residence has been carefully restored to the Loyalist period and remains in private hands.

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Orbiting the Drake are several hip Wellington dining and drinking options. Midtown Brewing occupies a former meatpacking plant with nine of its beers on tap. Across the street is Idle Wild, which also opened this spring: an Asian fusion takeout run by a young couple working with two side-by-side electric ranges, specialties like beef and wild leek dumplings.

Two doors down is one of the best bakery cafes in the county, Enid Gracetiny, warm and full of baking smells, offering brunch and Italian deli sandwiches. A smaller family winery nearby is Broken Stone, with good pinot noirs and Cabernet Francs. Hinterland specializes in sparkling wines. Returning to the Parkway and continuing east, one comes to the village of Bloomfield, with its handsome, heavyset Victorian houses.

Bloomfield was cleared by settlers from Dutchess County, N. Many were Quakers. Running parallel to the Parkway in Bloomfield is the Millennium Trail bike pathrecently upgraded to loose gravel.

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It traverses much of the county, roughly parallel to the Parkway. Rentals are available at Bloomfield Bicycle. The trail crosses farms, streams and waterfowl nesting places. Along the main drag in a former bank is the Bloomfield Public Houseopen less than a year. The fare is anything but pub-like, with dishes like lamb boudin with braised fennel, or the yellow perch, caught locally. Continuing east on the Parkway is Picton, a town of 4, once a thriving port for timber, grain and rumrunning.

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The Marans is a wonderful new restaurant opening onto the street from the Regent which dates from The owner and chef, Guerin Sykes, serves dishes like a maki roll that incorporates local pork belly. Sykes owns a farm from which he sources most of the vegetables he uses. Surprisingly for an island, it can sometimes be a challenge to make it out on the water in the county. Scott Walcott runs a charter sport fishing operation from the cozy Picton harbor, where ships used to take wheat and barley to upstate New York and as far as England, into the blustery Z-shaped Bay of Quinte, which wraps around the east and north shores of the county.

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Walcott says that this particular reach of water is ranked among the top three in North America for trophy walleye, with some fish in excess of 18 pounds. Snyder said. He still moonlights as a syndicated political cartoonist. With watercraft manufactured locally, they launch boats from next to their barn on the Black River, a half-mile upstream from where it enters Lake Ontario.

Besides Loyalists, birds also take refuge in the county.

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This part of the island, open to visitors year-round, is deated an Important Bird Area as well as a Monarch Butterfly Reserve. The June targets millennial women. Swatches of pink and sea foam green, a neon-lit lobby and nightly campfires pay homage to motels of the s.

Sklash and Ms. Just east is Lake on the Mountain. Long the subject of native legends, and with no obvious source, its waters are now thought to be continually replenished by underwater fissures in the rocky bottom.

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It offers spectacular cliffside views of the county and the Bay of Quinte. A ferry in one form or another has been plying the same route for more than two centuries. It marks the eastern end of the Loyalist Parkway on the island, picking up again on the mainland on the other side. Toronto comes East The surge in coolness can be traced to five years ago when the Drake Devonshire hotel set up in Wellington, a town of 2, people close to Sandbanks, whose Main Street forms part of the Parkway.

Getting on the water Surprisingly for an island, it can sometimes be a challenge to make it out on the water in the county.

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