"Geography 337" visited Prince Edward County on a fact finding tour in February 2008 as part of the research for their report - Growing the Creative Rural Economy in Prince Edward County. Prince Edward County (PEC) is at a critical point in its history. In recent years there has been an explosion of investment in The County as it has emerged as Ontario’s newest wine region, as a tourist centre offering a unique mix of culinary, artistic, and heritage amenities, and as a potential site for a knowledge-intensive creative rural economy. Strategies must be implemented to ensure PEC capitalizes on its unique quality of place while maximizing economic growth. This report describes PEC's current situation, highlighting its inherent strengths and identifying its areas of weakness in order to offer constructive solutions to grow the Creative Rural Economy in PEC.