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What To Do In Wellington

Boasting  a Stunning Beach with a boardwalk and a lighthouse on the shore of Lake Ontario, views of Sandbanks West Lake Sand Dunes, Fine dining, ice cream parlours, cafes, award-winning wineries, lively pubs and bars, Heritage Museum and a variety of art galleries/studios, Wellington has it all.

Browse art galleries and studios of painters, potters, jewellers, a glass blower and other artists, all within walking distance of each other. Walk from winery to winery or hop on the free summer bus and take a wine tour without the worry of driving

In the centre of the village is the community waterfront park which features a children’s playground and gazebo and hosts a weekly farmers market and several live events throughout the year.

The harbour has docking facilities with Canada Border Services (for boaters arriving from the United States). You can also purchase fishing equipment and licenses from the tackle shop and rent Kayaks/Canoes, paddleboards, boats and even charter fishing trips from the marina.

Beach and Boardwalk



Waterfront Park with Children’s Playground

Golf Course and Driving Range

Essroc Arena ( public skating and indoor walking track )

Wellington Dukes Hockey

Art Galleries/Studios


Weekly Farmers Market (Seasonal)

Canada Day Celebration (July)

Pumpkinfest (October)

Live Concerts in the Park (July/August)

Dragon Boat Races (August)

Busy Hands Craft Shows (December)

WellyVille Christmas in the Village (December)

Police, Ambulance, Medical & Fire Emergencies 911

OPP- Non –emergency 613-476-2151

Fire – Non –emergency 613-476-2602

Hospital – Prince Edward County Memorial (Quinte Health Care) 403 Main Street East Picton – 613-476-1008

Marine and Air Search & Rescue: 1-800-267-7270

Glenora Ferry Information – Visit Website

The Taxi Guy 613 403 2766

Terry’s Taxi 613-476-2716

Cronkie’s Taxi 613-476-7678

Wine Tours 613 393-8988 Visit Website

Bloomfield Bike Rentals 613-393-1060 Visit Website

Marina ( Government Docks )

Wellington Park ( Beside United Church )

Wellington Beach


Wellington now has its own gas station at 132 Main Street, next to the new Tim Hortons

Note: When traveling off of Highway 401, stop for gas at the nearest station or you could end up being stranded.

401 West Bound exiting at Marysville Exit 566 – Hwy 49 there is a Sunoco Station south of the 401. (approximately 27 KM to Next Gas Station)

401 East Bound exiting at Wooler Road Exit 522 – There are a couple of gas stations while heading Southbound, an Ultramar and Free Flow station the last before Picton (approximately 46 KM to Next Gas Station)

Traveling from Kingston on The Loyalist Parkway (Hwy 33) there are a few stations before reaching the Glenora Ferry and your next gas station is in Picton. (from Ferry to Picton 7 KM)

Traveling Southbound on Hwy 62 there is a Petro Canada south of the Norris Whitney Bridge (Belleville Bridge)

Pack your:
Golf Clubs – there is always time for nine at Wellington on the Lake Golf Course.

Swim Suit – check out the Wellington Beach with its boardwalk and great swimming (no cost).

Bicycle – check out the different routes for cycling.

Fishing Pole – great fishing off of the docks at the Wellington Harbour.

Also there is Boating, Kayaking, Horseback riding and Paintball!

Shopping – there is always time to shop for that perfect gift. Check out the Shops

Wellington Park is a great stop to let the kids play in the play area and have a picnic.

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