For decades, visitors have been coming to Prince Edward County for camping
trips and an opportunity to connect with nature.
And wether it be at a provincial park such as Sandbanks or an independently
owned and operated camp site, Prince Edward County camping is synonymous
with good old fashioned family fun.
Sandbanks is the first word in Prince Edward County camping with hundreds
of serviced and non serviced campsites in close proximity to its world famous
beaches and sand dunes.
Both East Lake and West Lake in southeastern Prince Edward County have
scores of private campgrounds, trailer parks and cottages that draw thousands
of vacationers from the golden triangle of Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal each
and every year and keep them coming back with the natural beauty and slow
pace of this idyllic island community.
In addition to the regular campgrounds stationed all over the municipality,
Prince Edward County offers several hundred acres of crown land that is free to
camp on for Ontario residents for up to 14 days.
But sometimes, the great outdoors aren’t that great and in climate weather or
a host of other reasons might force you inside.
If that’s the case when you visit Prince Edward County, The Queen’s Inn in
historic downtown Picton will put you in the heart of this island community’s
attractions without the rain, mosquito’s and other issues that can arise at
the camp site.
With its fashionable and clean rooms, central location and reasonable rates,
The Queen’s Inn can offer the weary camper an enjoyable respite at an
Call The Queen’s Inn at 1-888-476-8618 or check availability online, here.