A day in Prince Edward County is always a day well spent, while the summer months are full of sunshine and beach days, the crisp air and fall season brings something special to The County.  From a day of hiking and exploring, to antique shopping and wine tours, fall in The County is something not to be missed!
 
 
Go For A Hike
 
 
Take in the nature and wildlife of one of the many hiking trails and conservation parks in the area. The best places to view the fall foliage are on the Millennium Trail, Rossmore Trail and Quinte Conservation which is home 23 Conservation Ares including Macauly Mountain, a true favorite destination for hikers and picnickers. The Millennium Trail is beautiful all year round! Pass through stunning foliage and beautiful wetlands as the trail takes you to some of The County’s top wineries!
 
If you’re looking for a stunning lookout point to view the foliage, hike up to Lake on the Mountain and take in the sweeping views of The County and Lake Ontario, after a your hike be sure to watch the sunset at the amazing Lake on the Mountain restaurant.
 
P.E.C Fall Festivals
 
 
Don’t miss the much-anticipated local harvest traditions that happen each year in Prince Edward County. This year on October 14th make your way to the village of Wellington to celebrate Pumpkinfest!  Enjoy a Saturday of contests, games, food and lots of family fun!
 
Campbells Orchard is one not to miss and is something the whole family can enjoy!  Spend the day on hayrides, in corn mazes, playing games, and even pick your own produce! This festival truly has something for everyone, including the opening of the orchards new cider brewery for those couples and friends looking for a new experience!
 
With an abundance of wineries scattered across Prince Edward County, this year The County is celebrating local growers of craft beer with the first ever craft beer festival! On October 21 the Homegrown County Craft Brewing Festival will host more than 25 brewers of beer, cider and local food vendors. Make your way to Crystal Palace Fairgrounds and enjoy live music and the great taste of beer! For a full list of all the fall festivals happening in Prince Edward County click here.
 
 
Visit The Harvest in the Fall
 
 
 
As the summer season comes to an end, you don’t want to miss your chance to get out in the vineyards and experience the end of the Harvest season in The County! Get outside and experience the vineyards as you help pick grapes at some of the top wineries. Harvest festivals are taking place at a number of wineries including Sandbanks Winery, Sugarbush Vineyards, Stanners Vineyard, Chadsey’s Cairns Winery and Trail Estate Winery. Plan your harvest tour today and take part in this great county tradition!

  

A day in Prince Edward County is always a day well spent, while the summer months are full of sunshine and beach days, the crisp air and fall season brings something special to The County.  From a day of hiking and exploring, to antique shopping and wine tours, fall in The County is something not to be missed!
 
 
Go For A Hike
 
 
Take in the nature and wildlife of one of the many hiking trails and conservation parks in the area. The best places to view the fall foliage are on the Millennium Trail, Rossmore Trail and Quinte Conservation which is home 23 Conservation Ares including Macauly Mountain, a true favorite destination for hikers and picnickers. The Millennium Trail is beautiful all year round! Pass through stunning foliage and beautiful wetlands as the trail takes you to some of The County’s top wineries!
 
If you’re looking for a stunning lookout point to view the foliage, hike up to Lake on the Mountain and take in the sweeping views of The County and Lake Ontario, after a your hike be sure to watch the sunset at the amazing Lake on the Mountain restaurant.
 
P.E.C Fall Festivals
 
 
Don’t miss the much-anticipated local harvest traditions that happen each year in Prince Edward County. This year on October 14th make your way to the village of Wellington to celebrate Pumpkinfest!  Enjoy a Saturday of contests, games, food and lots of family fun!
 
Campbells Orchard is one not to miss and is something the whole family can enjoy!  Spend the day on hayrides, in corn mazes, playing games, and even pick your own produce! This festival truly has something for everyone, including the opening of the orchards new cider brewery for those couples and friends looking for a new experience!
 
With an abundance of wineries scattered across Prince Edward County, this year The County is celebrating local growers of craft beer with the first ever craft beer festival! On October 21 the Homegrown County Craft Brewing Festival will host more than 25 brewers of beer, cider and local food vendors. Make your way to Crystal Palace Fairgrounds and enjoy live music and the great taste of beer! For a full list of all the fall festivals happening in Prince Edward County click here.
 
 
Visit The Harvest in the Fall
 
 
 
As the summer season comes to an end, you don’t want to miss your chance to get out in the vineyards and experience the end of the Harvest season in The County! Get outside and experience the vineyards as you help pick grapes at some of the top wineries. Harvest festivals are taking place at a number of wineries including Sandbanks Winery, Sugarbush Vineyards, Stanners Vineyard, Chadsey’s Cairns Winery and Trail Estate Winery. Plan your harvest tour today and take part in this great county tradition!

  

A day in Prince Edward County is always a day well spent, while the summer months are full of sunshine and beach days, the crisp air and fall season brings something special to The County.  From a day of hiking and exploring, to antique shopping and wine tours, fall in The County is something not to be missed!
 
 
Go For A Hike
 
 
Take in the nature and wildlife of one of the many hiking trails and conservation parks in the area. The best places to view the fall foliage are on the Millennium Trail, Rossmore Trail and Quinte Conservation which is home 23 Conservation Ares including Macauly Mountain, a true favorite destination for hikers and picnickers. The Millennium Trail is beautiful all year round! Pass through stunning foliage and beautiful wetlands as the trail takes you to some of The County’s top wineries!
 
If you’re looking for a stunning lookout point to view the foliage, hike up to Lake on the Mountain and take in the sweeping views of The County and Lake Ontario, after a your hike be sure to watch the sunset at the amazing Lake on the Mountain restaurant.
 
P.E.C Fall Festivals
 
 
Don’t miss the much-anticipated local harvest traditions that happen each year in Prince Edward County. This year on October 14th make your way to the village of Wellington to celebrate Pumpkinfest!  Enjoy a Saturday of contests, games, food and lots of family fun!
 
Campbells Orchard is one not to miss and is something the whole family can enjoy!  Spend the day on hayrides, in corn mazes, playing games, and even pick your own produce! This festival truly has something for everyone, including the opening of the orchards new cider brewery for those couples and friends looking for a new experience!
 
With an abundance of wineries scattered across Prince Edward County, this year The County is celebrating local growers of craft beer with the first ever craft beer festival! On October 21 the Homegrown County Craft Brewing Festival will host more than 25 brewers of beer, cider and local food vendors. Make your way to Crystal Palace Fairgrounds and enjoy live music and the great taste of beer! For a full list of all the fall festivals happening in Prince Edward County click here.
 
 
Visit The Harvest in the Fall
 
 
 
As the summer season comes to an end, you don’t want to miss your chance to get out in the vineyards and experience the end of the Harvest season in The County! Get outside and experience the vineyards as you help pick grapes at some of the top wineries. Harvest festivals are taking place at a number of wineries including Sandbanks Winery, Sugarbush Vineyards, Stanners Vineyard, Chadsey’s Cairns Winery and Trail Estate Winery. Plan your harvest tour today and take part in this great county tradition!

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