For the last 30 or 40 years Prince Edward County was one of Ontario, Canada’s best-kept secrets. Today we are experiencing a rural renaissance and are revitalized by people, enterprise and creativity.
Located in Ontario’s "golden triangle" between Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa, PrinceEdwardCounty is in the heart of a North American mega-region said to have 22 (m) million people and economic activity totaling $530 (b) billion.
There are four entry points to Prince Edward County, all of them leading to Picton, the main town in the county.
Highway 33 West is accessed from 401 by Wooler Road at Exit 522, just west of Trenton.
Highway 62 is accessible from 401 at Exit 543, Belleville.
Another entry is Highway 49 at Exit 566 at Marysville.
Travellers from Kingston can access Prince Edward County by way of Glenora Ferry on Highway 33 East.
To help plan your trip to Prince Edward County, choose TripQuest for directions and distance between cities. Also see Driving in Canada, and how to get here by air, rail or bus.
Highway 401 Exits to Prince Edward County
Exit 522 -- Wooler Road South
Exit 525 -- Hwy 33 Trenton
Exit 538, 543 & 544 -- Belleville South to Hwy 62
Exit 566 -- Marysville South on Hwy 49
Departs Glenora on the hour and half hour
Departs Adolphustown at 1/4 to and 1/4 after hour Attention: The weight limit remains at 18 metric tonnes (20 short tons or 40,000 lbs)
Summer: (Mid May to September)
30 MINUTE SERVICE DAILY from 6am-10am & 7:30pm-1:45am
15 MINUTE SERVICE from 10:15am-7:30pm