The stories you’ll tell, the experiences you’ll share, and the memories you’ll make on a group vacation at Pebbles starts with a thoughtful and thorough group vacation itinerary.
A guide for you
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Use this guide to create a group vacation itinerary that balances individual and group expectations. Book your accomodations early to take advantage of discounts and ensure availability.
Be sure to get input from the group, whether it’s your family, friends, or coworkers throughout the planning process. After you have reviewed the ideas below, take a look at our sample itineraries, routes, tours and much more.
Message us below if you need ideas to manage your group vacation at Pebbles. A dedicated concierge will take care of most of the details including coordinating group reservations and helping you plan your stay.
A good place to start is to share this page with your group so that members of your group can decide what works for them and their families.
Take a look at the resort map for locations of activities. Access to some activities are subject to change and may be limited in some seasons.
Things to do offsite
Explore our day excursion zones to plan your offsite activities.
Where to Eat
Below is a sample of restaurants we like. See our sample daily itineraries for more suggestions.
Wood-fired pizzas and cider tastings
657 Bongards Crossroad, Waupoos
Great for a quick stop for lunch
555 Brewing Co
Delicious wood-fired pizzas
124 Picton Main St., Picton
Retro-inspired with lots of food options. Close to Picton.
Flame + Smith
Wood-fired dishes, steak, and seafood
106 Bloomfield Main St, Bloomfield
Hiking, Biking, Driving around
Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area
Experience the Prince Edward Point National Wildlife Area during your stay at Pebbles! Its less than a kilometer away next door. Get to the road and turn right. They have lovely lookout points and an info center. Whether you’re a beginner or experienced birder, there’s a world of joy out there for everyone. Look here for more info.
The Millennium Trail
The County acquired the abandoned rail line from the Canadian National Railway in 1997 to develop a trail system through the County. The Trail is accessible at several locations throughout the County with specific hiking points in Picton, Wellington, Bloomfield and Consecon. Visit the PEC Trails Committee website.
The 18 hole Picton Golf Club is about 30 minutes away from the resort. The front nine holes are along the water so the views are amazing. They also have a nice restaurant overlooking the Picton Bay. Book a tee time
Lake on the Mountain
The lake is a natural mystery with a constant flow of clean, fresh water, with no apparent source and set 60 metres above Lake Ontario with views towards the Bay of Quinte, the Glenora Ferry, and the north shore. It is a great picnic spot. 296 County Rd 7, North Marysburgh
Pebbles wine tours offers customized tours for groups. We help you pick the wineries based on the types of wines you like, your preferences for a lunch stop, sites to visit and shopping. See our wine tour services page. Book early!
If you want to explore beaches in the County, here are some. Keep in mind these can be very busy, may require advance reservations or may be closed to visitors at times. See our beach guide.
- World’s largest baymouth barrier dune formation.
- Three expansive sandy beaches that some say are among the best in Canada; Outlet Beach is perfect for families, with shallow waters and gentle drop off
- Walking trails that allow visitors to experience the dune and wetland habitats of the park. More information>
We have bikes so you don’t need to rent one elsewhere!! Longpoint Road is one of the prettiest bike routes in Canada. See our biking page for details.
- Read a book! We have books and magazines in the club house.
- Visit Once Upon A Farm to do yoga with goats. Check their schedule. Saturday mornings seem to be the most active day.
- Visit a winery. Check out the taste trail.
- Visit the Arts Trail to see a curated list of art galleries and plan your day.
- Find some thrifting gems at the local shops in Picton. Check out City Revival and Second Time Around.
- Waupoos Estate winery has nice views, wine tastings, a restaurant and petting zoo.
- Visit a lavender farm if you are into Instagrammable phots.
- Visit one of the other adorable towns, each with its own vibe—Picton, Wellington or Bloomfield for shopping, restaurants and beaches.
- The Drive-In could be an option one evening.