Prince Edward Island is a quintessential vacation spot. The island has scenic beaches, parks, and is known for its’ windsurfing. The two major cities on Prince Edward Island are Summerside and Charlottetown. The island also has many small towns, such as Cornwall and Stratford.
Prince Edward Island is the home of Anne of Green Gables, so make sure to visit the Green Gables Heritage Place. The island is also an ideal place to go on outdoor adventures. Go camping at one of the Provincial Parks or relax at one of the beaches. You can also go fishing in Morell River, windsurfing, or kayaking around the island. You can also learn about the seaport at the Victoria Seaport Museum and go to the Cape Bear lighthouse.
In Charlottetown you can go shopping at the Charlottetown Mall, walk around the historic waterfront area, and explore the Confederation Centre of the Arts. You can even go on a lobster tour where you can see what it’s like to be a lobster fisherman on Prince Edward Island. The second biggest city on Prince Edward Island is Summerside. In Summerside you can see a show at the Harbourfront Theatre, go on a walking tour of the community, and go biking along Confederation Trail.
In Cornwall you can go to the Prehistoric World, which has life-sized dinosaur replicas, or go see a show at the Upper Canada Playhouse. For an outdoor adventure, go play volleyball at Charlottenburg Park Beach, hike along the Waterfront Trail, or go snowmobiling around town. Another small town is Stratford. In Stratford you can see the exhibits at the Statford Perth Museum or see a performance of Romeo and Juliet.
Although Prince Edward Island doesn’t have any major lakes, there are several ponds. Head over to Larkins Pond or Whitlocks Pond for kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and hunting. At Deroches Pond you also have access to the beach. For hiking, explore the trails at Scales Pond or Leards Pond.
While vacationing make sure to explore Prince Edward Island National Park. Prince Edward Island National Park features 50 kilometers of hiking trails. You can also go camping in Cavendish Campground or Stanhope Campground. Prince Edward Island also has several Provincial Parks, such as Linkletter Provincial Park and Chelton Beach Provincial Park. Many of the parks have hiking trails, beaches, and picnic areas.
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The average price of a nightly rental in Prince Edward Island is $182 while the average price of a weekly rental is $1232. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Prince Edward Island home is $3725.
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