Prescott - Waterfront Trail
The Town of Prescott offers a variety of attractions and activities for visitors. History buffs will find a wealth of well-preserved historical buildings and heritage sites. Clear waters and old sunken shipwrecks have made Prescott a popular location for divers as well.
In downtown Prescott, you’ll find over a variety of over 100 welcoming shops, services and restaurants and a farmers' market open on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. County Rd 2 west of Prescott has narrow paved shoulders, care should be taken since the speed limit for vehicles is 80 km/h. Paved, off-road section from Sophia St. to St. Lawrence St Off-road section from Centre St. to east of Boundary St. (Heritage River Trail) sections of County Rd 2 east of Prescott run on narrow to no shoulders with moderate levels of traffic (including trucks), care should be taken since the speed limit for vehicles is 80 km/h
Parking: Fort Wellington National Historic Park & Centennial Park Municipal Park Lot- foot of Centre St.
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