It’s hard to imagine one place that is packed with so much to do. Prince Edward Island has something for just about everyone to enjoy. Museums, beaches, unique houses, and historic sites – it’s all here in this lovely place.
Everyone has heard of Anne of Green Gables. PEI has the Anne of Green Gables Museum, where lovers of the story can walk the recreated grounds and explore Silver Bush. Walk the haunted forest trails. See the enchanted book case. If you have not read the book, read it before you visit. It really opens up the things you will see.
See three unique houses made completely of bottles on PEI. Thirty thousand bottles were used to construct the three buildings. A chapel, a three-room house, a fountain, and beautiful grounds look towards the ocean, creating a magnificent photo opportunity. Stroll the grounds by the pond and relax. This peaceful place is worth the visit.
Surrounded by beaches, there are no shortages of beautiful places to walk barefoot along the shores. Cavendish Beach, Basin Head Provincial Park, and Victoria Park are just a few of the spots that visitors enjoy. Rent a canoe or kayak. Play in the waves or search out a calm beach. If you go inside the parks, you will have to pay an entrance fee, but you will also gain access to plenty of facilities.
After you’ve worked up an appetite seeing everything, PEI offers great places to eat. Of course, you will find plenty of places for fresh seafood. Blue Mussel Café, Claddaugh Oyster House, and Richard’s Fresh Seafood provide lobster tails, lobster rolls, and fish and chips. At Island Stone Pub you can find the True Blue Burger with bacon, smoked pork chops, and blueberry crumble.
PEI is a beautiful, tasty place to vacation. Spring is a welcoming time of year to visit Prince Edward Island. Come experience all Prince Edward has to offer and CanadaStays can help you find the perfect Prince Edward Island cabin rental to best suit the needs for your family. Plan your visit today and browse through tons of Prince Edward Island vacation rentals!