Welcome to Historic Downtown Picton!
Our business members thank you for your continued support and loyalty. We hope you find this business guide a useful tool in finding the businesses and services available for you to enjoy in our community.Photo by Phil Norton
is the largest community in historic Prince Edward County and has long been known for its heritage, its charm, its architecturally-significant old buildings, and its friendly small-town atmosphere. Photo by Phil Norton
Every building tells its very own story and history buffs will revel in the rich heritage of Picton, its historically significant buildings, and distinctive characteristics. Photo by Steven Draper
While Picton's culture has been profoundly influenced by the arrival of United Empire Loyalists, exploration in the area dates back to the 1600's when Samuel de Champlain traveled through the area.Photo by Phil Norton
With opportunities for biking, boating, hiking, and fishing in the summer and skating and tobogganing during the winter, Picton is a recreational haven. Nearby camping, tours, and trails help to ensure that no two visits will ever be quite the same.Photo by Phil Norton
News & Events
Street Beautification Dedication Program
The Picton BIA is pleased to introduce its Street Beautification Program.
Click here for more information and the application.
Business Resources for Our Members
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BIA Board of Management meetings take place the fourth Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm at 280 Main Street, Suite 103
All Board meetings are open to BIA members but please contact us in advance for after-hours building access.
Picton Maple Madness Celebration and Sale
Maple themed menus, spring savings, entertainment and more.
March 22nd & 23rd, 2014
Picton Canada Day Celebration & Block Party
July 1st, 2014
12pm - Afterdark
Kids carnival, entertainment, family friendly green zone, specials, official ceremonies and after-dark fireworks.