6 Things To Do In Prince Edward County That Won’t Break The Bank

If you’re looking for things to do in Prince Edward County, but are on a budget, there are plenty of activities in the area that won’t break the bank.

Whether you’re looking to sample some wine, take in the views, stuff your face with food, or window shop, we have you covered.

No matter what the season, there’s always something to do when you are in the area.

Sample The Local Wine

6 Things To Do In Prince Edward County That Won't Break The Bank
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When it comes to things to do in Prince Edward County, visiting some local wineries might be the most obvious answer.

While stocking up on bottles of wine can be pricey, a majority of vineyards offer tastings where you can sample some of their best-selling products. Depending on the spot you visit, you can expect to drop around $10-$15 per person.

Walk Along The Beach

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Regardless of whether it’s winter or summer, a stroll along Sandbank Provincial Park’s beaches is always a good idea.

The local spot is home to the worldโ€™s largest bay mouth barrier dune formation. Depending on the season, you can look to spend around $10 for parking.

Grab Some Icecream

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A classic staple for anyone visiting the county, grabbing a cone of ice cream is always a must.

One local spot you don’t want to miss is Slickers County Ice Cream. The selection is handmade daily and absolutely mouthwatering!

Go Antique Shopping (Or Just Window Shop)

6 Things To Do In Prince Edward County That Won't Break The Bank
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If you’re looking to do some shopping next time you’re in Prince Edward County, but don’t want to spend a fortune, antique shopping is the way to go.

Dead People’s Stuff is a local antique store in Bloomfield and sells tons of vintage stuff, including furniture.

Take In The Views From Lake On A Mountain

6 Things To Do In Prince Edward County That Won't Break The Bank
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Lake on the Mountain is a beautiful mass of water that sits on top of a cliff. The best part is, the source of the lake still remains a mystery today.

According to the website, it โ€œdefies all known geographical and geological theory.โ€

Visit The Vic Drive-In

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If you’re looking for some classic eats that are still relatively cheap, this colourful drive-in is the spot to checkout.

With burgers, tater tots and an amazing brunch menu, there is something that everyone will love.

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