THINGS TO DO

massage

On-Site Activities

Year-Round
Massages

What better way to truly relax on your vacation than a massage? Book an appointment during your stay, and a registered massage therapist (RMT) will provide you with a massage from the comfort of your suite. 

Reach out to one of our registered massage therapists to book your in-suite massage:

Shannon Reid, RMT

905-244-5722

shannonreidrmt@outlook.com

Paddle boarding on The Bay

On-Site Activities

Summer

The air is hot, the sun is shining, and memories are waiting to be made. Spend your summer days at Spinnaker Suites by lounging at The Beach with the bay breeze kissing your skin. Rent a kayak or paddle-board for an afternoon on the water.*

*Additional rental fees apply.

Check out Born To Move Canada or call 613-970-4142 to learn more and book your paddle-board rental.

Skating on The Bay

On-Site Activities

Winter

The lakes are frozen, the air is chilly, and snow blankets the ground. Enjoy South-Eastern Ontario’s winter wonderland at Spinnaker Suites by skating or ice-fishing on the bay. Take a polar dip for some cold therapy. Make a hot-cocoa and cozy up to a warm fire as you relax away from home. 

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Local Activities

Harbourview
Marina & Restaurant

While there are many excellent local dining options nearby, Harbourview Marina & Restaurant is just across the road.

Enjoy their delicious home-cooked meals and warm hospitality with a stunning waterfront view either indoors or on the outdoor patio. 

The Harbourview Marina is also great for boaters looking to rent a slip, launch a vessel, or fuel up. 

Presqu'ile Park

Local Activities

Presqu'ile Provincial Park

Only 7km away, savour the outdoors at Presqu’ile Provincial Park where you can swim, hike, fish, canoe, bike, bird watch, and much more. 

At Presqu’ile Provincial Park, you’ll find:

  • 2.5 km of sandy beach
  • 16 km of trails and paths along shorelines, woodlands, and meadows
  • 1 km of a marsh boardwalk trail accessing the largest protected marsh on the north shore of Lake Ontario
  • A migration hotspot in spring and fall, 338 bird species recorded, with 130 breeding species
  • Two Visitor Centres: Nature Centre open daily in summer and the Lighthouse Centre open daily in summer and on weekends in the spring and fall
  • Daily interpretive programs in the summer
  • Second oldest operating lighthouse in Ontario
  • Year-round access for winter exploration
Prince Edward County

Local Activities

Prince Edward County

Less than half an hour away is beautiful Prince Edward County. The island in Lake Ontario is where you go to fall in love with food, nature, art and community all over again. The rural municipality consists of nine regions, each with its own distinct character and much to explore. Their roots are deep in farming and agriculture, trade through their waterways, and unique natural features surrounded by 800km of shoreline.

Today ‘The County’ is home to artists, entrepreneurs, farmers, winemakerschefs and all sorts of creative and passionate folks. In The County, you will find:

  • Restaurants
  • Wineries
  • Craft breweries
  • Cideries
  • Festivals and events
  • Shops
  • Health and wellness services
  • Art
  • History
  • Nature parks
  • Beaches

Source: Visit PEC