Pathways wind through shady trees alive with birdsong. This is your gateway to idyllic relaxation and adventure. At Port Picton, an exhilarating day boating on the lake or romantic evening on the boardwalk is just a leisurely stroll away.
The preservation of many mature trees and environmentally-friendly shoreline allows animal habitat to stay intact. Watch for the turtles on the shoreline, an occasional otter in the cove, or the swans, ducks and geese paddling by.
The drop in elevation from top of site to bottom gives most homes a beautiful view. Outdoors, feel free to relax in the parkland or just chill on the waterfront.
Inspired by Prince Edward County’s traditional architecture, every building incorporates state-of-the-art technology and materials, built to last for generations. The historic Claramount building has been revitalized into its former glory as a resort clubhouse featuring gym, fine dining and relaxed ambience.
Nestled on 1800 feet of the Picton Harbour, this exclusive community offers a combination of custom waterfront homes, townhomes and mid-rise condominiums that combine remarkable architectural design and extraordinary views.
Enjoy waterfront living. Watch the boats in the harbour come and go, or launch your own kayak or SUP!
(Boaters - your private slip awaits.)
The largest community in “The County,” Picton and its surrounding area are known for their Loyalist heritage, architecturally-significant buildings, quirky town hill and Main Street shops.
Step back in time with a trip to Macaulay Heritage Park, browse the galleries, catch a film or a live performance at the Regent Theatre – or get festive at a culinary celebration at the historic Crystal Palace, where the first local fair was held in 1836.
Sail in through Picton Bay to the harbour, dock and walk right into town, or fly in to the Picton Airport at Camp Picton, a former British Commonwealth Air Training base built in 1940.
Work up an appetite visiting lookouts, conservation areas and museums, then stroll downtown to the many pubs and restaurants serving up local food, drink and live music.
Prince Edward County is an island in Lake Ontario where you'll fall in love with food, nature, art and community all over again.
We’re a cluster of small hamlets and villages with deep roots in farming and agriculture, industry and trade through our waterways, and unique natural and geological formations between our 800km of shoreline. You may have just found us, but we’ve been welcoming visitors to our beaches for almost 200 years.
Today ‘The County’ is home to artists, entrepreneurs, farmers, wine makers, chefs and all sorts of creative and passionate folks looking to be a part of the rural renaissance taking place here.