Stretching from the Bay of Quinte to the southern end of Algonquin Park, Hastings County is the second largest county in Ontario.
The northern end of Hastings County boasts dense forests, clear lakes, and the ancient granite of the Canadian Shield. The southern end of Hastings County includes the Bay of Quinte region and much of the lush farmland that surrounds it.
Residents of Hastings County enjoy living as far or as near to the hustle and bustle of the city as they like. The county is studded with quaint villages and hamlets, art galleries, museums, conservation areas and campgrounds. Picturesque highways offer an easy commute to all that Hastings County has to offer.