There are plenty events happening all across Ontario to help commemorate Canada’s 150th birthday. Most include big celebrations, live music, vendors, large crowds, and firework displays galore! It can all be a bit overwhelming! For those looking to enjoy the extended weekend with a little less fuss than the rest of the city, take a look at these relaxing weekend retreats in Prince Edward County that will allow you celebrate Canada’s big birthday on a quieter scale!
 
 
 
 
If you’ve never been to Prince Edward County this Canada Day is your chance! This wine lovers paradise is a perfect weekend escape to enjoy lakeside views, sandy beaches, and delicious Ontario made wine. This year to celebrate, Sandbanks Estate Winery has released specialty wines in honour of Canada’s 150th! Taste wine right from the barrel while enjoying local eats from the famous Burger Revolution food truck. Enjoy music on the patio while sipping on a glass of wine as you take in the expansive views of the vineyard. At the end of the day make your way down to Wellington Beach at dusk and find yourself a comfy spot to view the spectacular firework display.
 
There is nothing more relaxing and no better way to celebrate Canada’s Day than live music and patio drinking! Join Three Dog Winery on Saturday July 1st for live music on the patio where you can drink, dance and wear your best red and white! Starting at noon until 4pm, enjoy a picnic lunch where you can sip on a glass of Ontario’s local made wines, tour the vineyard and even taste their various wines in the tasting room. Spend the day amongst the vineyard and immerse yourself in Prince Edward County!
 
Experience brunch in the vineyard a Trail Estate Winery this Canada Day weekend. On Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 2pm join the famous Icewine-Drenched French Toast brunch. Sit among the vineyard as you enjoy freshly made Ice Riesling-Infused French Toast, fresh fruit and maple syrup. Pair with a glass of Ontario made wine as you sit back and enjoy the view. After brunch make your way over to the tasting area where you can try additional wines!
 
 
 
 
If you’re looking for something more intimate, join famous Canadian chef Jamie Kennedy on July 1st as he shares the beauty and culinary expertise of his farm in Hillier, Prince Edward County. This special 150 event will highlight fresh, local ingredients and Ontario made wines selected By Chadsey’s Cairns Winery. Spend a Saturday amongst the vineyard as you walk through the organic gardens and fields up to the vineyard ridge for a glass of wine. After a nice patio drink, make your way to the rustic barn where you can sit and watch as your dinner is being prepared. For more tickets and information please visit https://jamiekennedy.ca/
 
From 11-3 enjoy the perfect Sunday morning slow-down brunch at Rosehall Run Vineyards. A way to wined down from the previous Canada Day celebrations. Sit amongst the vineyard as you sip on some sparkling rose and enjoy a delicious brunch from the Picnic PEC food truck. 
 
Happy #Canada150
 
There are plenty events happening all across Ontario to help commemorate Canada’s 150th birthday. Most include big celebrations, live music, vendors, large crowds, and firework displays galore! It can all be a bit overwhelming! For those looking to enjoy the extended weekend with a little less fuss than the rest of the city, take a look at these relaxing weekend retreats in Prince Edward County that will allow you celebrate Canada’s big birthday on a quieter scale!
 
 
 
 
If you’ve never been to Prince Edward County this Canada Day is your chance! This wine lovers paradise is a perfect weekend escape to enjoy lakeside views, sandy beaches, and delicious Ontario made wine. This year to celebrate, Sandbanks Estate Winery has released specialty wines in honour of Canada’s 150th! Taste wine right from the barrel while enjoying local eats from the famous Burger Revolution food truck. Enjoy music on the patio while sipping on a glass of wine as you take in the expansive views of the vineyard. At the end of the day make your way down to Wellington Beach at dusk and find yourself a comfy spot to view the spectacular firework display.
 
There is nothing more relaxing and no better way to celebrate Canada’s Day than live music and patio drinking! Join Three Dog Winery on Saturday July 1st for live music on the patio where you can drink, dance and wear your best red and white! Starting at noon until 4pm, enjoy a picnic lunch where you can sip on a glass of Ontario’s local made wines, tour the vineyard and even taste their various wines in the tasting room. Spend the day amongst the vineyard and immerse yourself in Prince Edward County!
 
Experience brunch in the vineyard a Trail Estate Winery this Canada Day weekend. On Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 2pm join the famous Icewine-Drenched French Toast brunch. Sit among the vineyard as you enjoy freshly made Ice Riesling-Infused French Toast, fresh fruit and maple syrup. Pair with a glass of Ontario made wine as you sit back and enjoy the view. After brunch make your way over to the tasting area where you can try additional wines!
 
 
 
 
If you’re looking for something more intimate, join famous Canadian chef Jamie Kennedy on July 1st as he shares the beauty and culinary expertise of his farm in Hillier, Prince Edward County. This special 150 event will highlight fresh, local ingredients and Ontario made wines selected By Chadsey’s Cairns Winery. Spend a Saturday amongst the vineyard as you walk through the organic gardens and fields up to the vineyard ridge for a glass of wine. After a nice patio drink, make your way to the rustic barn where you can sit and watch as your dinner is being prepared. For more tickets and information please visit https://jamiekennedy.ca/
 
From 11-3 enjoy the perfect Sunday morning slow-down brunch at Rosehall Run Vineyards. A way to wined down from the previous Canada Day celebrations. Sit amongst the vineyard as you sip on some sparkling rose and enjoy a delicious brunch from the Picnic PEC food truck. 
 
Happy #Canada150
 
There are plenty events happening all across Ontario to help commemorate Canada’s 150th birthday. Most include big celebrations, live music, vendors, large crowds, and firework displays galore! It can all be a bit overwhelming! For those looking to enjoy the extended weekend with a little less fuss than the rest of the city, take a look at these relaxing weekend retreats in Prince Edward County that will allow you celebrate Canada’s big birthday on a quieter scale!
 
 
 
 
If you’ve never been to Prince Edward County this Canada Day is your chance! This wine lovers paradise is a perfect weekend escape to enjoy lakeside views, sandy beaches, and delicious Ontario made wine. This year to celebrate, Sandbanks Estate Winery has released specialty wines in honour of Canada’s 150th! Taste wine right from the barrel while enjoying local eats from the famous Burger Revolution food truck. Enjoy music on the patio while sipping on a glass of wine as you take in the expansive views of the vineyard. At the end of the day make your way down to Wellington Beach at dusk and find yourself a comfy spot to view the spectacular firework display.
 
There is nothing more relaxing and no better way to celebrate Canada’s Day than live music and patio drinking! Join Three Dog Winery on Saturday July 1st for live music on the patio where you can drink, dance and wear your best red and white! Starting at noon until 4pm, enjoy a picnic lunch where you can sip on a glass of Ontario’s local made wines, tour the vineyard and even taste their various wines in the tasting room. Spend the day amongst the vineyard and immerse yourself in Prince Edward County!
 
Experience brunch in the vineyard a Trail Estate Winery this Canada Day weekend. On Saturday and Sunday from 10am – 2pm join the famous Icewine-Drenched French Toast brunch. Sit among the vineyard as you enjoy freshly made Ice Riesling-Infused French Toast, fresh fruit and maple syrup. Pair with a glass of Ontario made wine as you sit back and enjoy the view. After brunch make your way over to the tasting area where you can try additional wines!
 
 
 
 
If you’re looking for something more intimate, join famous Canadian chef Jamie Kennedy on July 1st as he shares the beauty and culinary expertise of his farm in Hillier, Prince Edward County. This special 150 event will highlight fresh, local ingredients and Ontario made wines selected By Chadsey’s Cairns Winery. Spend a Saturday amongst the vineyard as you walk through the organic gardens and fields up to the vineyard ridge for a glass of wine. After a nice patio drink, make your way to the rustic barn where you can sit and watch as your dinner is being prepared. For more tickets and information please visit https://jamiekennedy.ca/
 
From 11-3 enjoy the perfect Sunday morning slow-down brunch at Rosehall Run Vineyards. A way to wined down from the previous Canada Day celebrations. Sit amongst the vineyard as you sip on some sparkling rose and enjoy a delicious brunch from the Picnic PEC food truck. 
 
Happy #Canada150

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