MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR STAY!
The eastern side of Prince Edward Island has 475 kilometres (295 miles) of scenic roadways, small towns, picturesque landscapes and endless opportunities to stop and explore.
Spectacular beaches, lines of cultivated fields stretching to ocean cliffs; cool, fragrant forests; white farmhouses with laundry blowing in the breeze; a beckoning stretch of red dirt road that leads to a serene country destination;, the clear blue waters of the Northumberland Strait and Prince Edward Island's most picturesque fishing harbours. All the while you'll breath in the fresh air that is a mix of wild rose bushes and the salt of the sea.
Safe, friendly and easy to get to, Eastern PEI offers visitors more than a vacation, it offers a chance to get away from it all while feeling a bit like you've just come home.
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TAKE THE FERRY
If you are leaving PEI and heading to Nova Scotia your most convenient and adventurous way is via The Northumberland Ferry Terminal which is only 20mins away!
For worry free travel
Capitan Nate's Murray Island Adventures
Enjoy a tour on our Luxury Pontoon Boat with easy-on, easy-off access, plush seating, maritime music, and one-on-one chats with the captain. You will hear stories from 30 years of working on the water while you relax along the scenic Murray River. CHECK IT OUT HERE
GET OUT ON WATER
THE EAST COAST OF PEI HAS OVER 50BEACHES!
The Confederation Trail
This is a 435 km tip-to-tip shared use walking and cycling trail in the summer and a snowmobile trail in the winter. With beautiful rolling hill scenery, quaint villages and broad bay seascapes, the Confederation Trail is Prince Edward Island's portion of the Trans Canada Trail.
This is well within walking distance of Ocean Acres!
With a bounty of fresh & local food's available from both the land and sea look no further than our favourite red island!
PEI has the most golf courses per capita and more than 27 courses island wide and is proud to be Canada's #1 Golf Destination!