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Located in Quinte West, the area was originally known as Cold Creek and Scott’s Mill.  It was first settled by United Empire Loyalists in the 1780s. 

Bleasdell Boulder Conservation Area

Off highway 33 just before the Glen Miller Bridge


A 1.5 kilometre loop trail with a .6 km link to Lower Trent Trail

A short hike takes you to the Bleasdell Boulder, one of the largest known glacial erratics in North America.  A glacial erratic is a piece of rock that differs from the type of rock that are native to the area in which it rests.  They are imagined to have been transported and deposit by a glacier.  This rock, also known as Glen Miller Rock, measures 13.4 meters long, 7.3 meters wide and 6.7 meters high.  That’s over 2 stories tall!

Crazy Creek Public Trout Fishing Preserve and Bait Minnows

362 Glen Ross Road


Highway 33 north.  From the lights in Frankford, drive 3.5 km north to Crazy Creek.  Open all year. Admission fee. No fishing license required.

Quinte Hills Golf Course aka Franford Municipal Golf Course

9 Wallace St Frankford


A 9-hole, par 3 course measures 1170 yards from the longest tees.  The greens are bent grass and the fairways are bluegrass. Opened in 1986.

The ArtiZen Café

14A North Wellington Street