Trenton is the largest community in the amalgamated city of Quinte West, which includes Sidney and Murray townships, and the Village of Frankford, just north of Trenton. Located along the beautiful Bay of Quinte, Trenton is the gateway to the Trent-Severn Canal, and to scenic Prince Edward County, to the south. Trenton is home to the Canadian Forces Base 8 Air Wing, which hosts an annual air show and is home to the RCAF Memorial Museum, which is restoring a WWII Halifax Bomber after years under water.
Trenton has 17 Elementary schools and 2 that teach French, and 3 high schools plus 1 that teaches French. Post Secondary students are served by….
Trenton has the Fraser Park Marina serving boats journeying up the Trent-Severn Waterway, and has the scenic Waterfront Trail for walking & cycling, which connects to other recreational along Lake Ontario. The city has architecturally beautiful buildings dating back to the early 1900s. Around the city are numerous conservation areas, campgrounds, picnic areas, beaches and more marinas.
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