Wellington is quintessential PEC; wineries, fine dining, pubs, ice- cream parlours, cafes, a even a local town beach. How charming is that?
For the sporty among us there is plenty to keep the endorphins pumping – water sports like kayaking are a fave along with cycling.
Wellington Rotary Beach, featured in this design, is a stony beach whose boardwalk is ideal for both walkers and cyclists.
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.
Daniel Reynolds a.k.a. “Old Smoke”, the first non-indigenous resident, built his house in Wellington (1786), and it remains to this day on Main Street, and explains why Wellington was at that time called Smoke Ville.
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