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Parks & Playgrounds

The County of Prince Edward is responsible for the maintenance of 180 acres of park land. These parks are open to the public and each park offers a variety of amenities. The County also maintains ball diamonds, tennis courts, and a soccer pitch. You can find more information about these facilities by viewing the information listed below for each location.

Our parks and facilities are available to be booked for private events. Parks should be booked for any formal activity or event to allow for coordination of park maintenance and services.

Parks & Dog Parks

To book a park you must call 613.476.2148 extension 5003 or email to check availability. Once availability has been confirmed, the Park Rental Contract must be filled out and $150.00 damage deposit fee paid online,  in person at 111 Belleville Street, Wellington or Shire Hall, 332 Picton Main Street between the hours of 8:30 am to 3 pm. Once the form is received, your reservation will be booked into our system. Please note: Bookings are first come, first booked, and are not considered final until completed forms and payment have been received by The County.


Mill Pond Park
17 Brick Street, Bloomfield
Amenities: tennis courts (with lights until 10pm), green space, gazebo with picnic tables, playground equipment
Washrooms: seasonal, open 24/7 


Benson Park
56 King Street, Picton
Amenities: playground equipment (jungle gym and swings), tennis court, benches, big green space/picnic area
Washrooms: 8 am – 7 pm, 7 days a week, starting mid-May until October

Delhi Park
7 Lalor St. Picton (off York St.)
Amenities: Ball diamond (no lights), playground equipment (jungle gym and swings), green space and dog park

The Prince Edward County Dog Park is located in Delhi Park. This area was built and is maintained by The Prince Edward Dog Park Association which is a non-profit organization. The dog park has two free parking lots from which you can access the park. Lalor Street parking lot is located just off York Street. and is at the very end of Lalor Street. Mary Street Parking lot is just at the end of Elizabeth Street. The dog park is a large fenced in green space with a double gate entrance. For rules and any other information regarding The Prince Edward Dog Park please check out The Prince Edward Dog Park Association’s website.

Exhibition Grounds
375 Picton Main Street, Picton
Amenities: Playground equipment, skate park, arena, curling club, horse ring, grandstands, two ball diamonds (fees apply), Crystal Palace
Washrooms at ball diamonds: open 24/7 mid-May to mid-October

Hill Street Park
Hill Street, Picton
Amenities: Benches, green space, beautiful view of Picton Harbour

Rotary Park Fawcettville
First Street, Fawcettville
Amenities: picnic table, large green space, playground equipment (jungle gym and swings), baseball backstop 


Wellington Park
251 Wellington Main Street, Wellington
Amenities: playground equipment, washrooms, gazebo, picnic tables, water access
Washrooms: 8 am – 7 pm, 7 days a week starting mid-May until end of November

North-East County

Westfall Memorial Park
2525 County Road 64 off Highway 33, Carrying Place
Amenities: gazebo, playground equipment, 2 ball diamonds with lights (fees apply), washrooms

Jack Taylor Park
65/79 Station Road, Hillier
Amenities: playground equipment (jungle gym and swings), basketball court, bleachers, gazebo with wheelchair access, green space

Roblin Lake Park
38 Coleman Street, Ameliasburgh
Amenities: playground equipment (swings, jungle gym and slide), swimming, small beach, green space, baseball diamond (fees apply), basketball court, picnic tables

Consecon Park
25 Porter Street, Consecon
Amenities: Playground, benches, basketball court, picnic tables, green space

Southern County

Milford Fairgrounds
2719C County Road 17, Milford
Amenities: gazebo, green space, playground equipment (jungle gym and swings)

Millennium Lookout
County Road 22, just past Macaulay Village on the right
Amenities: view of downtown Picton and Harbour, plaques of all the towns founding information, benches

Wilkinson Memorial Park
2699 County Road 8, Waupoos
Amenities: playground equipment, baseball diamond (fees apply), tennis/pickleball court

Ball Diamonds

To book a ball diamond you must call 613.476.2148 ext. 5003 or email to check availability.

Once availability has been confirmed the ball diamond rental agreement form and $150.00 damage deposit fee must be paid  on-line,  in person at 111 Belleville Street, Wellington or Shire Hall, 332 Picton Main Street between the hours of 8:30 am to 4:30 pm,  after which your reservation will be booked into our system.

Please note: Bookings are first come, first booked, and are not considered final until both completed forms and payment has been received by The County. Individuals booking for teams/leagues must also bring in their season schedule (regular and tournaments) before your booking will be confirmed. All County ball diamonds with the exception of Wellington ball diamonds will not available for bookings until Friday, May 18, 2018. 

Picton Fairgrounds
375 Main Street, Picton
There are two ball diamonds at the Picton Fairgrounds that both have lights and washrooms.

Wellington Baseball Park
170 Niles (corner of Niles and Belleville Streets), Wellington
Amenities: three baseball diamonds in Wellington with lights and washrooms. Wellington is home to the ‘field of dreams.’

Roblin Lake Park Diamond
38 Coleman Street, Ameliasburgh
Amenities: The ball diamond at Roblin Lake Park is one of The County’s busiest diamonds during the peak of baseball season. There is one diamond equipped with lights. 

Westfall Ball Park
2525 County Road 64 off Highway 33, Carrying Place
Amenities: There are two baseball diamonds with full lights at this location in Carrying place.

Tennis Courts

Benson Park
56 King Street, Picton and can also be accessed via Ross Street
Amenities: There is one tennis court located at this location

17 Brick Street, Bloomfield
Amenities: The two tennis courts in Bloomfield have lights and are on until 10pm.

170 Niles Street, Wellington (same property as ball diamonds)
Amenities: There are two tennis courts at this location.

North Marysburgh
2699 County Road 8, Waupoos (behind North Marysburgh Town Hall)
Amenities: Pickleball lines on tennis court

Soccer Pitches

Johnson Street Soccer Fields
38 Johnson Street, Picton
Amenities: There is a small parking lot on site and three fields. There is more parking across the road at the high school.

The Millennium Trail

Map of The Millennium Trail
From Consecon to Picton

The Millennium Trail is a 46-km long, County-wide trail system that runs from Consecon to Picton. The trail is popular with a wide variety of recreational users year-round including walkers, hikers, joggers, cyclists, ATV riders, dirt bikers (licensed and insured), horses and riders, mobility devices, snowmobilers, skiers and snowshoers. The PEC Trails Committee partnered with The County on the Millennium Trail Upgrade Project to resurface the trail, install signage, and develop launch points (set for completion in 2021). For more information about the Millennium Trail, its history, maps and uses visit the PEC Trails website.

Motorized vehicle use: Snowmobiles, ATVs and dirt bikes are permitted on the trail, with some restrictions. No cars or trucks are allowed; however, emergency and service utility vehicles, as well as farm tractors from adjacent properties do have access. Read the by-law on permitted trail use.

Wellington Rotary Beach

1 Beach Street, Wellington

Located in the heart of Wellington, on the shore of Lake Ontario, the Wellington Rotary Beach is a popular destination for sunbathers, walkers, cyclists and swimmers. The beach will close when it reaches capacity on peak summer weekends. Beachgoers are encouraged to check The County’s Twitter or Facebook account for beach closure updates.

Amenities: Washrooms, picnic tables, benches, pavilion and boat launch for non-motorized vehicles.