GETTING TO THE COUNTY:
Prince Edward County is a peninsula that sits along the northern shore of Lake Ontario. The province’s Highway 401 runs the length of the County to the north, making the area easily accessible by car. And, as it is almost completely surrounded by water (completely if you count the bit that was separated by the Murray Canal), Prince Edward County offers many points of entry for those arriving by boat.
BY CAR, FROM:
West (Toronto) - Hwy 401 Exit 522 Wooler Rd South to Loyalist Pkwy/Hwy 33
East (Kingston/Ottawa) - Hwy 401 Exit 566 Marysville South on Hwy 49
North (Belleville) - Hwy 401 Exits 543 or 544 to Hwy 62 South
From the East (Kingston) - Hwy 33 via the Glenora Ferry (schedule)
The Bay of Quinte, at the terminus of the Trent-Severn waterway, lies on the northern shore of Prince Edward County. Lake Ontario on the other side, is part of the St. Lawrence Seaway and is hospitable to boaters. The County provides many public boat launches and marinas.
There is ample free parking at all three venues.