Nature Trails near Rossmore, Ontario

Rossmore is a community in Prince Edward County!

Welcome to Prince Edward County!
Named ‘the gastronomic Capital of Ontario’ and one of Canada’s most exciting wine regions; Prince Edward County is a great vacation destination. Please your palette with a culinary and wine tasting adventure like nowhere else. This region is brimming with award-winning wineries, cider houses, craft breweries, farm stands and fine dining. Creative influence is everywhere in The County with unique artist creations in modern galleries and rustic barn studios.
No matter what the season is – a visit to The County is time well spent. The island culture thrives during the offseason with festivals, ice skating and ice fishing. Make it more memorable and pare it with excellent cuisine and wine from area wineries. Spend time antiquing, boutique shopping, watching local theatre or visiting one of the five museums. Wherever you end up, the view is awesome, the people are friendly and you’re always within arm’s reach of something amazing to sample.
Prince Edward County is, and will always be, a friendly and rural community characterized by its people. County residents are here to live and be immersed in the opportunities this region provides. They come from all walks of life. They see a natural wonder and a way of life that’s authentic, rewarding and unpretentious; a growing hub of creativity and innovation and a great place in which to work and do business.
Even Canada’s renowned first Prime Minister, Sir John A. Macdonald, called this special place “home” at the beginning of his law career. People live in Prince Edward County because of its natural charm, its extraordinary restaurants and wineries, its entrepreneurial spirit and its talented artistic community. Woven through it all is a character steeped in history and a contemporary sense of progress and quality of life.

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Massassauga Conservation Area

Massassauga Conservation Area boasts over 1,200 meters of shoreline (with both sandy and cobble beach areas) fronting on the Bay of Quinte. This 24 hectare area offers a scenic stopover for boaters and an attractive spot for picnicking and hiking. In the winter, there...

Rossmore Trail

Rossmore Trail. The Ameliasburgh Recreation Committee with volunteers from Rossmore have created a one kilometre trail leading from the Rossmore Park on County Road 28 through to Bay Breeze Estates. Rossmore Trail is just one of the many nature trails and hiking...