South Marysburgh Attractions

Milford is the capital of South Marysburgh!

South Marysburgh is Prince Edward County’s best-kept secret.  Come visit the many area attractions in the south-east corner of the county.

Little Bluff Conservation Area

Take in the view of Prince Edward bay from atop the 20m high cliff, hike the trails, or take a swim at the cobblestone beach.  Contains the remains of a busy barley shipping terminal from the days of sail.

Prince Edward Point Bird Observatory

Peptbo

Migrating birds use South Marysburgh to shorten the trip across Lake Ontario during Spring and Fall migrations.  The Bird Observatory identifies and counts birds to monitor populations and for other research.  You can volunteer to participate in bird banding and even owl banding some nights!  Visit the PEPTBO website for more information.

Black River Cheese

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Operated continuously for the last 100 years, the Black River Cheese company produces all natural cheeses year round.

Mariners Park Museum

South Marysburgh was a hub of shipbuilding activity throughout the 1800′s.  The Mariners Park Museum celebrates the period when timber sawn at the Mills in Milford were  fashioned into commercial ships to support the busy Great Lakes shipping industry of the time.

Open 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM weekends from Victoria Day to Canada Day, daily from Canada Day to Labour Day, weekends Labour Day to Thanksgiving.

Milford Market Square

Market July 9-11

Shop for a wide variety of foods and collectibles at the Milford Market Square, located at the Milford Fairgrounds.

Open Saturdays 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM Victoria Day to Thanksgiving