a small village frozen in time. Enjoy a quiet walk through the buildings of the town as it was a hundred years ago. Demonstrations are ongoing and the friendly staff can help you understand how things were then. It will take you about 30 minutes to drive there along the route to the Woods Island ferry.
Anne, the darling of Prince Edward Island, called Green Gables home and this house, the former farm of relatives of Lucy Maud Montgomery, is open for public viewing in Green Gables National Park. This is about a 30 minute drive from here.
Greenwich National Park
located near St Peter's is an environmentally beautiful spot. If you enjoy the beaches and sand dunes, see them almost unspoiled and very protected. It will take about 45 minutes to get there.
Victoria by the Sea
one of PEI's quaint villages that has developed into a popular tourist spot with shops, restaurants, a theatre and other attractions. The Victoria Playhouse Festival runs from late June to September. Victoria is only about 10 minutes west of here.
Tour the side streets of old Charlottetown and enjoy the beautiful old homes. Park and walk around Confederation Park and along the boardwalk. Be sure to take a few minutes to tour Province House, where Canada was born. Learn more about the history of Canada at Founders Hall, the new attraction near the eastern end of Confederation Park. Charlottetown also offers an abundance of specialty shops and local Art Galleries giving you the opportunity to take home a treasure.