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Charlottetown Information

About Charlottetown

Charlottetown, the capital and largest city of Prince Edward Island, is known as the “Birthplace of Confederation” for its role in the debate between the Maritime Union and the British North American Union in 1864. This historic city is full of old buildings along the water, and there is plenty of green space just outside of town. Many festivals are celebrated here throughout the year, such as the Christmas Parade and the citywide New Year’s Eve celebration. Its many restaurants, performances at the theater, and historic sites make Charlottetown a fun and beautiful vacation destination.

Things to do in Charlottetown

Visit the scenic downtown area for an afternoon of shopping. The Historic Charlottetown Waterfront is open during the summer and enjoys views of the Charlottetown Harbor. There are farmer’s markets, art boutiques, and souvenir shops. Victoria Row is for pedestrians only, making it a quaint stop on your trip.

Practice your short game at one of Charlottetown’s many golf courses. Fox Meadows is a challenging and beautiful golf course that offers golf lessons for those who are new to the sport. Belevedere Golf Course, another 18-hole course, is close to the city, making it a convenient destination.

Peakes Wharf, the location of the “Fathers of the Confederation’s” landing in Charlottetown, is a fun and historic attraction. There are many shops here, including the well-known Cows Ice Cream. In the summer, there are free concerts every night. For a romantic evening, take a boat into the harbor to see the city from a different vantage point.

Day Trips from Charlottetown

Idyllic and relaxing, Summerside is only an hour away from Charlottetown. Stroll the tree-lined streets while you take in historic homes, or head to the boardwalk for shopping and dining. For a unique entertainment experience, visit the College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts of Canada, which features talented musicians, dancers, and performers as well as history.

Only 45 minutes away, Wood Islands is a naturally beautiful destination. The Wood Islands Lighthouse is a historic landmark, and visitors can climb the six flights of stairs to reach the top. Northumberland Provincial Park is also located in this region, which features camping, bird watching, and unbeatable views of the Northumberland Strait.

Fans of the book and movie franchise Anne of Green Gables only have to drive 40 minutes away to find the source of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s inspiration for the novel. Located in New London, Cavendish is a picturesque destination with green pastures and trees. The area is set up well for visitors, including Avonlea Village, an area preserved and recreated to match the book. Green Gables Heritage Place, located inside Prince Edward Island National Park, is the setting of the story and still maintains the pastoral beauty of the original story.

Accommodation in Charlottetown

There are nearly 400 vacation rentals near Charlottetown on Tripping.com. Many homes are cottage style, making them a cozy and beautiful place to relax after a day of exploration. Use the map feature to find a property closest to the attractions that you love, such as on Prince Street in the city’s historic district.

Transportation in Charlottetown

Charlottetown Airport, a small airport less than 10 miles away, can accommodate local travelers on small aircrafts. Visitors from far away should look for flights into the Greater Moncton International Airport, which is 100 miles away. From Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, travelers can arrive on the Trans-Canada Highway or on a ferry.

Weather in Charlottetown

Hi: -3.3°
Lo: -11.3°
January
Hi: -3.4°
Lo: -11.7°
February
Hi: 0.7°
Lo: -6.7°
March
Hi: 6.5°
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April
Hi: 13.8°
Lo: 4.5°
May
Hi: 19.4°
Lo: 10.1°
June
Hi: 23.1°
Lo: 14.4°
July
Hi: 22.7°
Lo: 14.1°
August
Hi: 18°
Lo: 9.9°
September
Hi: 12.2°
Lo: 5°
October
Hi: 6.1°
Lo: 0°
November
Hi: -0.2°
Lo: -7.2°
December

Vacation Rentals in Charlottetown

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These vacation rentals offer a range of amenities, so you’ll feel right at home. For those looking to stay in a corporate rental, 155 of Charlottetown’s rentals offer high speed WiFi Internet so you can easily keep in touch with your company or team. Go for a swim at one of the 24 properties complete with pool or jacuzzi, or relax with a night of cable TV in any of our 142 vacation home rentals.

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