Find Southern Ontario house and apartment rentals in Trenton, Ontario – located on the Trent-Severn Waterway. Housing to rent in Trenton is situated only 20 minutes away from Belleville in the Quinte-West municipality.
Recreation, Arts and Culture in Trenton
With access to numerous conservation areas and a variety of museums, there are many things to do in Trenton:
• Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail – stretching across from Niagara-on-the-Lake to Brockville, Ontario, this series of trails alongside Lake Ontario’s shores gives residents access to a number of outdoor activities. The area surrounding Trenton is filled with picnic grounds, conservation areas, campsites, walking trails, baseball diamonds, hockey rinks, golf courses, and much more.
• National Air Force Museum of Canada – founded in 1984, this museum currently holds the national record for the largest number of aircrafts on static display. All museum guests currently enjoy free admission.
• Mount Pelion Lookout – Walk, hike, bike or drive to the top of Mount Pelion, where visitors can take in a beautiful, 360-degree view of Trenton.
Transportation in Trenton, Ontario
If you’re renting in Trenton, you can use the Quinte Access public transit system to travel through Trenton’s main arteries, six days a week. Seniors and residents with disabilities can utilize Quinte Access: Specialized Service, which operates on a door-to-door basis.