Sandbanks Summer Village

(613) 476-5286

Stay@SummerVillage.ca

Family bonding activities to do on resort and off

Sandbanks Summer Village Cottage Resort has many places for families to spend time and make great memories.
For the people coming into nature from the city, our resort has lovely forest walking trails that families can wander to view local wildlife and share new experiences, as well as show off your knowledge of local bird life.

For a more relaxing experience, try a family picnic down by our private lake shore. Watching the children play in the shallow shore line while waiting for the food to settle down, enjoying the fresh lakeside breeze.

If sports are more up your ally, our resort boasts of two clay tennis courts, two bocce courts, two shuffleboard courts, two basketball courts, a mini putting green, and a sandy lakeside volley ball court.

To add to the true cottage lifestyle, armed with your fishing license, your trusty rod and tackle box, fish from one of our docks or borrow a canoe – it will always make a memorable experience.

If you are staying with us you can sign out your complimentary Sandbanks Provincial Park pass and take a walk through all of the walking trails that the world’s largest fresh water Sandbanks has to offer. You can build a big sandcastle, putting all of your family’s skills to the test before the tide comes in, or watch the magnificent sunset over Lake Ontario.

To add a little culture and history to the mix, Prince Edward County is chock full of Historical and Natural sites. With multiple museums, conservation areas, and natural parks, there is a lot to do and even more adventures to be had, within a 30 minute car ride from our resort.

For a little mom and dad time, some local wineries and breweries like Waupoos Winery, Hinterland Winery, Huff Estates Winery, The Grange, Parsons Brewing, Midtown Brewing Co, Apple Falls Cider Co, and Kinsip, all offer some activities to help entertain the children while the adults can enjoy some nice alcoholic beverages.

If you are interested in going back to the roots, visit some of the County’s local farms like the Lavender Farm, the SHED, Honey Pie Hives and Herbals, Campbell’s Orchard, or Hagerman Farms, to get the full rural experience.