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Visitor Services

As part of the Tourism Management Plan, The County’s Destination Development and Marketing team will be introducing new and improved resources for visitors, many in both official languages! Watch this space for resources for tourism-sector businesses to help navigate the busy summer season.

Resources for Tourism Businesses

Use the links and info below to help prepare your guests for a successful visit! Digital and printable materials are available.

Send your guests to the official tourism channels for The County: Visit The County

Official Tourism Website:

www.visitpec.ca

Visit The County social media:

Visitor E-Newsletter Sign Up:

Help tourists find the loo, visitor information and other important amenities! Include links to these resources in your confirmation emails, website or social.

Public Washrooms:

Visitor Information Locations:

Picnic Areas:

Millennium Trail:

Visit The County is building a library of blogs and resources to help visitors make their plans in advance. Feel free to link to these in your confirmation emails or digital channels:

Provincial Parks:

Sandbanks Provincial Park – Twitter Feed

North Beach Provincial Park – Twitter Feed

Open for day-use as of April 30. No overnight camping during Province-wide lockdown. 

Conservation Areas

Quinte Conservation – Twitter Feed

Little Bluff is temporarily closed but will re-open in 2021.

Wellington Rotary Beach

Prince Edward County – Twitter Feed

See the Wellington Rotary Beach section for updates on access in 2021.

It is your responsibility to ensure that your guests understand the burn permit system in The County. You must purchase a permit for your property(ies) and provide the permit number and instructions to your guests.

Click the links below for printable cards for your STA with the burn permit phone number and a place to write in your permit number:

Printable Card for the “Old” system – Burn Permits purchased before April 12, 2021

Printable Card for the “New” system – Burn Permits purchased through the online system after April 12, 2021

More French-language resources will be available soon. 

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County Ambassador Training

Now available ONLINE, this FREE training is a must for any front-line staff and anyone looking to expand their knowledge of The County in order to better serve their friends, family, guests, customers… even neighbours!

Click below for more information or to book a custom training session.

Contact Destination Development and Marketing

The County's "Team Tourism"

The County’s Destination Development and Marketing staff are part of the municipality’s Community Services, Programs, and Initiatives department. The two-person Team Tourism of Rebecca Lamb and Karen Palmer is responsible for providing visitor services, coordinating shoulder- and winter-season marketing (as Visit The County) and implementing destination development projects and strategies on behalf of The County. 

Operate a tourism business?

Have questions about tourism in The County?

Email tourism@pecounty.on.ca and one of the Destination Development and Marketing Coordinators will get back to you during regular business hours.

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