Royal LePage ProAlliance Realty, Brokerage
Independently Owned and Operated
253 Dundas Street East, Trenton, K8V 1M1
Office 613-394-4837   Toll Free 1-800-263-2177

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Business Areas
Quinte West, Trenton, Belleville, Brighton, Frankford, Wooler, Prince Edward County, Stirling

Royal LePage ProAlliance Realty
253 Dundas St E
Trenton, Ontario K8V 1M1

Office: 613-394-4837
Toll Free: 1-800-263-2177

Things to see and do in Quinte

Prince Edward County

2010, VIA Rail’s Virtual Tour featured Prince Edward County as one of their 5 favourite family vacation destinations. This large island in southern Ontario has some of the finest wineries in Canada and one of the country’s best beaches at Sandbanks Provincial Park. PEC also has many gourmet restaurants, thriving artists’ communities and historic settlements.

The Empire Theatre

In 2003, the McCarthy building in Belleville, Ontario was transformed into the new Empire Theatre and Centre for Performing Arts. While maintaining the building's past and an eye to the future, the 700 seat Empire Theatre has become known as a unique jewel on the local entertainment scene.

Trent-Severn Waterway

The Trent-Severn Waterway flows 386 km from its most south-eastern point at Trenton on the Bay of Quinte and extends through 44 locks in a north-westerly direction to Port Severn where the Severn River flows into Georgian Bay.

Trent Port Marina

The Trent Port Marina is a premium-class marina in Trenton with over 370 fully equipped slips, located at the mouth of the Trent-Severn Waterway.

Presqu’ile Provincial Park

A bird lover’s paradise located on a peninsula right next to the town of Brighton, Ontario.

Sandbanks Provincial Park

Giant sand dunes and golden beaches form two of the largest freshwater bay mouth sandbars in the world here, on the shores of Lake Ontario.

Trent Port Museum

The Trent Port Historical society was formed to encourage and aid in the establishment and preservation of relics, artefacts, buildings and lands of historical significance to the Trenton area. Restoration is complete in the old Trenton Town Hall, built in 1861 and now open to the public for formal functions.

The Stirling Theatre

A beautiful 436 seat auditorium, the Stirling Festival Theatre was built in 1927 to be a “community service building”. A movie theatre from 1936 until the late 50s, this wonderful theatre now houses a variety of live performances for young and old alike.

Annual Kiwanis Walleye Fishing Derby

Each year the local Kiwanis host an incredible fishing derby with thousands of dollars in prizes, not to mention an awesome way to spend a weekend with friends, family, or the people you usually fish with.

Belleville Waterfront and Ethnic Festival

Family event with midway, ethnic food village, meet and greet with children's TV stars, live musical entertainment, reptile zoo, pony rides, children's arts, crafts and building workshop, monster truck, stock car simulator rides, and so on. A great weekend for the entire family.