The Bay of Quinte region has close & easy access to many lakes, forests, beaches and other natural attractions while also providing urban amenities including shopping, dining, schools and entertainment.
We have welcomed a diverse group of cultures into this unique community.
The Bay of Quinte region is made up of several communities, including Belleville, Quinte West, Prince Edward County, Hastings County and Brighton.
Belleville is the largest urban area in the Bay of Quinte region and is home to a diverse, culturally rich community.
Belleville has a wide assortment of shops, restaurants and accommodations, with beautiful natural spaces and waterfront trails.
The City’s family-friendly recreational facilities include swimming pools, playgrounds, ice rinks, splash pads and more.
Quinte West is located in an area of Eastern Ontario that is well known for its natural beauty, as well as its deep historical and military roots.
The City of Quinte West maintains a great partnership with 8 Wing/CFB Trenton, the largest Canadian Air Force Base--the largest employer in the Bay of Quinte Region.
Attractions like the National Air Force Museum of Canada, the City’s new Trent Port Marina and the Batawa Ski Hill showcase Quinte West as a Natural Attraction in all four seasons.
Prince Edward County is home to several world class wineries and craft breweries.
Tourists flock to the region in the summer months to enjoy the Sandbanks beach and the outstanding golf courses in the region.
The County includes the villages of Picton, Wellington, Bloomfield, Carrying Place and Consecon.
Hastings County is the second largest county in Ontario, stretching almost 160 kilometers from the Bay of Quinte to Algonquin Park.
Hastings County is abundant in historical and natural wonders.
The Municipality of Brighton is located on the shores of beautiful Lake Ontario.
Brighton is just a short drive from Toronto, offering the tranquil atmosphere of a small town.