Prince Edward County is a peninsula surrounded by Lake Ontario and separated from the mainland by the Murray Canal. We’re a community of hamlets and villages with deeps roots in farming and agriculture, industry and trade through our waterways and unique natural and geological formations along our 800km of shoreline. You may have just found us, but we’ve been welcoming visitors to our beaches for almost 200 years. Today ‘The County’ is home to artists, entrepreneurs, farmers, wine makers, chefs and all sorts of creative and passionate folks looking to be a part of the rural renaissance that’s taking place here. We invite you to explore the many regions of The County and get to know the lovely places and people you’ll meet along the way. We do have a reputation for capturing hearts and imaginations so you may find yourself visiting for the weekend but considering staying for a lifetime.

To plan your Stay VISIT THE COUNTY


We’re a member of The Taste Trail!

Here in The County, ‘locally sourced’ is a way of life and Rosehall Run is proud to be served in many top restaurants including: Merrill House, Pomodoro, East and Main, La Condesa, Hartley’s, Stella’s Eatery, Beacon Bike & Brew, Sand & Pearl, Waupoos Pub, County Canteen, Acoustic Grill, Flame + Smith, Bloomfield Public House, Portabella, Midtown Brewery, Stache on Main, The Waring House, The Marans Dinebar, Agrarian Bistro, Miller House & Lake on the Mountain Inn and The Drake Devonshire. Be sure to stop by "The Dev" and enjoy a glass of their Vintner’s Daughter Red or White, made exclusively for the Drake by Rosehall Run.

Follow the Taste Trail to discover some of the best food and drink in The County. Whether at a farm stand, vineyard, field or table – you’re never far from experiencing the bounty of The County.