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Belleville offers unique combination of small town charm and big city amenities, making it the perfect place to build a rewarding and balanced life. Situated on the picturesque Bay of Quinte, Belleville is a hub for a regional population of over 200,000. Our city offers an inviting blend of rural and urban opportunities for residents with diverse and surprisingly affordable housing options. Enjoy your personal time exploring our beautiful waterfront community and the Bay of Quinte region has to offer, including over 45 kilometres of urban waterfront and rural trails, boating and fishing, beaches, AHL hockeya state-of-the-art recreational facility and a rich cultural scene. Our beautiful setting, quality of life and access to huge markets makes Belleville an ideal location for business and a perfect home for residents.

The Township of Tyendinaga is located in the most southeasterly corner of Hastings County and approximately 10 km east of the City of Belleville. Tyendinaga Township is a growing community with a population of approximately 4,538 and an area of 73,000 acres. With a rich history and impressive community spirit Tyendinaga Township truly embodies their motto “Rural Living At Its Best”.

Along with the Salmon River, several parallel streams with their tributaries run the whole width of the Township. Also, the Moira River crosses the northwest corner of the Township. Nestled throughout the picturesque countryside and hamlets such as Lonsdale, Marysville, Roslin, Blessington, Read, Milltown and Shannonville, which portray the quiet rural-residential atmosphere that the Township offers. Also located throughout the Township, visitors will find numerous antiques, crafts, and pottery shops. Although primarily agricultural in nature, the Township, with its many rivers and streams and abundance of forest lands, is a most attractive location for sport fishermen and outdoors people.

Prince Edward County is an island in Lake Ontario where you go to fall in love with food, nature, art and community all over again. We’re a cluster of small hamlets and villages. Our roots are deep in farming and agriculture, trade through our waterways, and unique natural features surrounded by 800km of shoreline. You may have just found us but we’ve been welcoming visitors to our beaches for almost 200 years. Today ‘The County’ is home to artists, entrepreneurs, farmers, wine makers, chefs and all sorts of creative and passionate folks. We have a reputation for capturing hearts and imaginations. So be warned. You may find yourself visiting for the weekend but considering staying for a lifetime.

At Lock 11/12 on the Trent-Severn Waterway, Campbellford’s downtown is the largest commercial area between Belleville and Peterborough. The Trent River running through it charmingly creates natural east and west boundaries to the downtown area. The diverse retail offerings of clothing boutiques, gift and home décor, specialty food, groceries, and eateries, are supported by robust professional and community services, that make downtown a pleasurable and convenient destination for an easy pace of life. Campbellford offers a delightful escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Immerse yourself in the picturesque surroundings as you stroll along the downtown streets lined with quaint shops,  restaurants, and inviting boutiques. Outdoor enthusiasts will find paradise here, with an abundance of recreational activities to enjoy.

Nestled in the heart of Hastings County lies the unique community of Centre Hastings with a population of 4,801 residents spread out over 222 sq. km. In 1998 the Urban (Madoc Village) and the Rural (Huntingdon Township) amalgamated to form the Municipality of Centre Hastings.

Boasting a rural, urban and recreation setting the municipality offers many features for residents and visitors. Among the inviting amenities is the Centre Hastings Park, that is home to the widely known Skate Park. In addition there are many other recreational features throughout the Municipality from South to North. Many family farms still exist in the rural setting of the Municipality along with modernized farming. The various farming elements consist of dairy, beef, sheep, pigs along with hobby farms.

Centre Hastings is the home of Moira Lake that is a popular spot to local and foreign visitors for Muskie, Bass and Pickerel fishing. The park and boat launch is undergoing major upgrades by the local Kiwanis club, High School and volunteers. In a small urban setting the village offers a variety of shops and services. One of the major services provided is the Tri Area Medical Centre.

The Municipality of Marmora and Lake is a beautiful little municipality, part of Hastings County and located in central southern Ontario. It is equidistant from Ottawa and Toronto and the main village is located along Hwy 7, a major transportation route for trucks and vehicles traveling to and through those destinations. The largest village, Marmora, is surrounded by water from Crowe River, Crowe Lake and Beaver Creek.
Marmora and Lake will continue to be a small thriving Municipality in Ontario; a desirable place to work, live, vacation, and retire; by providing a clean natural environment, varied sources of recreation, excellent services and reasonable taxes. 

Tweed is rich with lakes and beautiful scenery that all contribute to memorable vacation experiences. Plan to enjoy the beauty of the fall colors, the serenity of newly fallen snow away from the slush of the city, extensive trails for summer and winter activities, an assortment of unique shops, nearby restaurants and experiences within easy reach.

It's a privileged to serve such a wonderful and vibrant region. We encourage you to visit the links above for more information on each of these Communities to find out if they might be the right fit for you!
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