South Marysburgh is a natural gem, with a little something for everyone.
Birders will delight in the Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory where they can watch for over 30 species of warblers.
Local Shipwrecks buried offshore attract divers looking for adventure, and treasure of course!
If comedy is more your speed, then the Cherry Valley townhall is the place, or perhaps the Mount Tabor Playhouse, where you might also see one of the areas prize winning chickens. Local farms in the region produce everything from heirloom tomatoes to honey… and don’t get me started on the cheese at Black River Cheese!
Point Traverse Lighthouse, featured in this design, is very popular with birders.
First Nations, including the Wendat (Huron), Haudenosaunee (Iroquois), and Mississauga,
dating back over 8,000 years, inhabited the area. There were once over 500 first nations villages in PEC, and a population larger than the current one.
Samuel de Champlain came through the area in 1615.
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