Places to Visit near Rednersville, Ontario, Canada

Rednersville Country Store
The historic General Store with 1845 architecture on Rednersville Road, on the south shore of the Bay of Quinte in Prince Edward County, offering Canadiana, fine antiques, rare collectibles, primitives, furniture, tools, toys, pottery, stoneware, housewares, postcards, advertising, and ephemera.

More Antique Shops in Prince Edward County
Bluejay Lane Antiques Shop offers antiques, collectibles, decorative and tole painted items, linens, mirrors, and lamps. Butler Creek Antiques, in nearby Picton, has refinished furniture from Quebec and Ontario, including harvest tables, chairs, sideboards, chests, dressers, blanket boxes and spinning wheels. Loyalist Antiques has exceptional pre-confederation Canadian antiques.

Sandbanks Provincial Park
Near Picton, Sandbanks boasts three sandy beaches, Outlet Beach, Sandbanks Beach and Dunes Beach, among the largest and most beautiful beaches in Ontario, with golden sand and sparkling water. Windsurfing, sailing, canoeing and boating compete with sunbathing and swimming as favourite park activities.

United Empire Loyalist Heritage Centre & Park
An amazing slice of Canadian history on Adolphus Reach of the Bay of Quinte, where they re-enact annually the story of the Loyalist settlers.

Sweet Water Cabin Gifts
The Hubbs family have produced maple syrup from their farm near Rednersville over four generations since about 1850. The log cabin at their Rednersville site (circa 1830) was originally a homestead cabin built in MacDonald's Corners, Lanark County. Sample pure maple syrup from the sugarbush.

Campbell's Orchards
You can "pick your own" fruit or vegetables of the season locally, on Rednersville Road. And you can shop in Campbell's quaint country market, which sells the best apple cider pressed right at the orchard. It doesn't get any fresher than that!

Old Stone Road in the Country
Old Stone Road is a waterfront residential development project on the Bay of Quinte by Rollins Housing. Rednersville Road, the location of this prime real estate development, is the most sought after water frontage in the Quinte region. The homes along the Rednersville Road range up to $2,500,000.

Editor's Note: If you know of a good place to visit along Rednersville Road, or around the Bay of Quinte and Prince Edward County, just mention it in the comments below and we'll see if we can write something and link to it here.


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