Area Attractions

Visitors to Prescott - the historic fort town on the St. Lawrence River have many attractions to visit throughout the year. From May until October, Fort Wellington National Historic Site and the Battle of the Windmill are open to visitors. During the summer months the Forwarders' Museum and Visitor Information Centre offers the visitors displays about the founding of Prescott and the tremendous heritage of our ancestors. You will get to know the Jessups, the Wisers, the Forwarders, our Loyalist heritage, and what made our town grow and prosper almost 200 years ago.

Our beautiful waterfront, historic walking tour, 18-hole golf course, sports venues, historic downtown shopping district and factory outlet stores all offer something unique for visitor and resident alike. Plan to stay a few days in historic Prescott. 

Prescott Golf Club

Contact us at the following numbers:

Office: 613-925-5006

Pro Shop: 613-925-5370

Club House: 613-925-3908

Web: http://www.prescottgolfclub.ca

 

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Forwarders' Museum and Visitor Information Center

Museum 613-925-1861     Town Hall 613-925-2812

Season: May through Labour Day                         

Address:  201 Water St.

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Farmers' Market

Join us every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at the Clock Tower in downtown Prescott

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Kelly's Beach

One of the many waterfront attractions here in Prescott is our quaint beach located at the West end of town near Centennial Park. Don't forget your sunscreen!

 

Please check the Leeds, Grenville, and Lanark District Health Unit website for an up to date assessment of the water conditions at http://www.healthunit.org/water/test/beach_results.htm