Where Is Prince Edward County

“Where is Prince Edward County?”

That’s a question being asked by many potential visitors looking to find
a beautiful island paradise.

With plenty of buzz surrounding Ontario’s newest wine region, getting
to Prince Edward County has never been easier.

Located almost in the heart of the Golden triangle between Toronto, Ottawa
and Montreal, Prince Edward County is a hotspot just a few minutes drive off
the MacDonald Cartier freeway.

Located on the north eastern shore of Lake Ontario, this beautiful destination
offers sun, sand, endless activities, world class restaurants, locally produced
wine and plenty of local flavour.

When coming from the east and cities such as Ottawa, Montreal as well as
New York State, visitors will drive west bound on MacDonald-Cartier Freeway
(Highway 401), until reaching Prince Edward County/Tyendinaga Exit #556.

Turn south on Highway49 /County Road 15 and within minutes, you will be
travelling over the Bay of Quinte via the Skyway bridge and into Prince Edward County.

From points west such as Toronto, travellers will make their way along the
MacDonald-Cartier Freeway (Highway 401) east bound until they come to
Prince Edward County/Wooler Road exit #522.

Turning right onto County Road 40, guests will stay straight onto Loyalist
Parkway /Highway 33 crossing historic Murray Canal and entering this island
community from its northwest access point.

Finding Prince Edward County is the easy part.

Finding great accommodations that will enhance your stay in Prince Edward County without overpaying can be difficult, however, The Queen’s Inn in downtown Picton
offers clean and wonderfully furnished rooms at very reasonable prices.

Whether it’s for a weekend getaway or a week long vacation stay, The Queen’s Inn
puts you in the heart of Prince Edward County.

Call them toll free today at 1-888-476-8618 or check online availability, here.

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