Prince Edward County has a total population of 25,258, with Ameliaburgh Township boasting the largest population of 5,571 people.
The region of Prince Edward County is made up of many small towns & villages; Picton, Bloomfield, Consecon,Wellington, Ameliasburgh, Carrying Place, Demorestville, Hillier, Milford, Northport, Rednersville and Waupoos.
Prince Edward County is located in Southern Ontario, about a two and a half hour drive from Toronto. It is a unique island community at the eastern end of Lake Ontario, just west of the head of the St. Lawrence River. The island is surrounded on the north & east by the Bay of Quinte.
Gardens and Wineries
Known as the garden capital of Canada, Prince Edward County will amaze you with its fresh food and exceptional wine. Named the “Taste Trail”, scattered across the county are a number of fine restaurants and wineries, which offer the finest in wines and local ingredients.
Prince Edward County has over 800 km of shoreline, making it a much desired area for water enthusiasts. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing day at Sandbanks Provincial Park by the beach or a day out on the boat, the waters of Prince Edward County are sure to impress.
The interior lakes and rivers of Prince Edward County are full of fresh water fish and make a perfect year around fishing spot. Fish such as bass, salmon, trout, perch, pike, and pickerel can all be found within these lakes. Walleye is the most popular, so popular Prince Edward County is referred to the Walleye Capitol of Canada.
The Great Outdoors
There are many great outdoor activities that Prince Edward Country has to offer. These include: fishing, sailing, canoeing/kayaking, cycling, bird watching, and many hiking and cross country skiing trails just to name a few.