Deseronto - Waterfront Trail
After Belleville, the Waterfront Trail formally resumes in Deseronto where you'll see signs marking the way. You have two choices -stay on Main St, and continue to Napanee or detour onto Water St to get a closer look at the Bay of Quinte. Centennial Park affords some lovely views of Deseronto Yacht Club and its charming boathouses.
Moments away in downtown Deseronto you'll see the historic Town Hall in the beautiful Rathburn Park, and the Post Office, one of five post offices in Canada recognized by Canada Post for its architecture and heritage. On-road along Main St. -- a 2 to 4-lane wide, paved road, with some on-street parking and sidewalks on one or both sides of the street. Secondary route detours off Main St. via Mill St. onto Water St., which has 2 lanes, no sidewalks and low traffic volumes. Fourth St. returns you to Main St. County Rd 2 between Deseronto and Napanee is a 2-lane wide paved road with gravel shoulder and moderate traffic volumes. Parking: Centennial Park - west of Mill St.
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