Trenton is a busy stopover for boaters traveling east and west along the bay or heading inland through the Trent-Severn. The wide range of tourist offerings make this community a worthy stop. An abundance of heritage and culture awaits your discovery in the form of monuments, public spaces and historic architecture. The city is billed as a “natural attraction” due to the many outdoor activities it offers in all four seasons. There are spectacular walking and cycling trails conveniently located along the water. There is even a Cheddar & Ale Trail and a Chocolate and Apple Trail. If you have trsnportation, check out Signal Brewery in Corbyville, which has a patio overlooking the river and sells bar fare and craft brews (613-779-8633).
The Waterway Guide Team has gained extensive boating knowledge over the years, and now we are sharing all of the tips, skills and tools we’ve picked up along the way!