Ontario Re-Visited ~ Loyalist Parkway
Discover the Loyalist Parkway
The Loyalist Parkway is a memorial to the settlers who remained loyal to the British Crown and fled extreme persecution during the American War of Independence.
Beginning in 1784 they endured famine, sickness and severe privation to found a nation. The Loyalist Parkway Association is dedicated to maintaining and enhancing the heritage and natural beauty of the route along which their first major road was built.
The Loyalist Parkway is also dedicated to educating Canadians and others about the roots of the nation of Canada.
The Parkway passes through four municipalities along its route. We invite you to explore the history as you travel through each of the four regions.
- Loyalist Township
- Greater Napanee
- Prince Edward County
- Quinte West
Original historic “Art Sketch” by Susan ‘Shadow’ Caron