Trenton Ontario


"Welcome to Trenton, City of Quinte West, an ideal holiday destination and a great place to live."

Trenton & Quinte West Attractions

  1. Summer Concert Series
  2. Four nights of live outdoor enterainment in Centennial Park, RiverFront Square and Fraser Park. Bring a lawn chair. For more information call 613-392-2841 FREE ADMISSION.

  3. Mount Pelion Lookout
  4. Just stop and ask anyone how to get to the top of Trenton.  From atop the "Lookout Tower" on Mount Pelion you get a beautiful 360o panoramic view of Trenton. For more information call 613-392-2841.

  5. National Airforce Museum of Canada - Admission is Free!
  6. An excellect military aircraft museum with an actual restoration of a Halifax Bomber used during WWII.  Located at CFB Trenton Airforce Base off Hwy #2 at 220 RCAF Road. More information, call 613-965-7223 or visit their website at

  7. Murray Canal
  8. Connecting Lake Ontario with the Bay of Quinte, the Murray Canal offers boaters from the west easy access to Trenton.  The canal is approximately 12 km long with two swing bridges, one at either end. The entrance of the west side is via Brighton Bay, and on the east by the Bay of Quinte. The Murray Canal is a man-made canal built in the 1880's. Picnic tables and washrooms on site

  9. Farmer's Market
  10. Open from May to November the Market is located on Front Street along the Trent-Severn Canal.   Come on down and pick-up some fresh produce, baked goods, maple syrup, honey, preserves and more! (OPEN: Thursday & Saturday 7am to 2pm). For more information call 613-392-2841.

  11. Scottish-Irish Festival
  12. The main even is on Saturday at the Bayshore Park in downtown Trenton.   Arts, crafts and food vendors add to this traditional event. Music, dancing and good times await you . . .
    Admission - FREE! Call for dates: 1-800-930-3255

  13. Frankford Riverfest
  14. Starts the long weekend in may, when people come together to kick-off the summer along the Trent River at Frankford Tourist Park. There is a classic car show, carnival rides, musical entertainment, vendors and a great fireworks show at dusk. For more information call 613-392-2841.

  15. The Frankford Island Blues
  16. 3 Days of great blues on the riverfront. On-site camping. A Family, friendly, all ages event. Weekend and day passses available. For more information call 613-392-2841.

  17. Trent Port Museum
  18. Join Trenton's residents to celebrate Canada's birthday at Centennial Park in Trenton. Musical entertainment, children's games, a parade and much much more. At dusk there is an amazing fireworks display followed by an outdoor movie. For more information call 613-392-2841.

  19. Canada Day
  20. Operated by the Trent Port Historical Society, the museum is in the old town hall. There are interesting exhibits to celebrate the growth of the community. For more information call 613-392-2841.

  21. Great Fishing
  22. The Bay of Quinte, Trent River and Lake Ontario make for a diversity of fishing grounds. There are lots of FREE boat launches and plenty of places to fish from the banks. Fish include walleye, pike, garpike, small & large mouth bass, trout, perch, sunfish, carp, muskie, eles and more. In winter fishing huts are scattered around the bays. There are also fishing tournaments. For more information call 613-392-2841.

  23. Parks and Conservation Areas - see our Trenton Parks & Conservation Areas
  24. There are plenty of places to go hiking in Trenton, walking, jogging, swimming, boating, fishing, picnicing, roller blading, cycling, horseback riding, camping, cross country skiing, downhill skiing, snowshoeing and more. For more information call 613-392-2841.

  25. Splash Parks
  26. Cool off with the kids at the Frankford or Trenton Splask Parks and playgrounds. Pack a picnic and spend the day at these Admission Free sites. Parks open daily, in summer, from 9am to 8pm. For more information call 613-392-2841.

  27. Dog Park
  28. Located in Hanna Park on Dufferin Avenue, this "off-leash" dog park allows plenty of room for your dog to run. This dog park is completely enclosed to ensure safety. Dog owners must comply with ALL dog park rules and regulations. Users of the dog park do so at their own risk. All dog owners are subject to the Dog Owner's Liability Risk! For more information call 613-392-2841.

  29. Rainy Days
  30. What to do? The following are suggestions, but in no way cover all the possibilities on how to spend a rainy day.

    These are just some of the things happening in and around Trenton. Come-on down and see all that Trenton has to offer for the visitor, the tourist and the local residents. Maybe you'll want to make Trenton a place for your business, getaway holiday, or retirement home.

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