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6 Places you need to visit in The Bay of Quinte this winter

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This region boasts some of the best fishing around. If you’re not an angler, there’s still tons to do; go brewery hopping on the Bay of Quinte Craft tour, take in a play, go hiking or check out one of our museums. Start your trip planning now at The Great Waterway.



  • Anglers come from all over to go fishing in The Bay of Quinte, which has affectionately become known as ‘The Walleye Capital of the World’.
  • Visit the Bay of Quinte Region and explore new breweries and cider makers on your own, or as part of a Bay of Quinte Craft Package Tour.  Explore the makers who produce great craft ingredients, including barley and hops! 
  • The Bay of Quinte region is full of exciting adventures, gastronomic delights, great events, and festivals for everyone.
  • The Empire Theatre delivers the ultimate in live entertainment, theatre, and performing arts in Belleville.
  • The National Air Force Museum of Canada houses many restored military aircrafts, including North America's only Halifax Bomber, recovered from a lake in Norway.
  • Glanmore House in Belleville was built in 1883 and is an example of second empire style architecture featuring ornate frescoed ceilings and intricate woodwork
Beer and cider breweries Belleville, Ontario Region

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It’s time to raise a glass in The Bay of Quinte! Home to more than 25 incredible options, you’re sure to find your next favourite beer or cider here. 

A fisherman ice fishing in the Bay of Quinte


The Bay of Quinte is affectionately known as the Walleye Capital of the World but there’s also plenty of pike and bass catch. Anglers come from all over to go ice fishing in this area, hoping to catch one of these large fish.