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Dalvay Beach – PEI National Park

Dalvay Beach – PEI National Park

Fit for royals and everyone else too, Dalvay Beach gained a wee bit of fame when Prince William and Duchess Kate visited it in 2011. They even enjoyed a lobster bake in the sand! Located just east of Stanhope Beach, Dalvay Beach features impressive sand dunes, gentle...
MacNeills Brook

MacNeills Brook

Anne fans will want to pay a visit to MacNeill’s Brook. This bubbling brook sits on what was once the MacNeil homestead and farm, owned by David and Margaret MacNeil. Neighbours and cousins of Lucy Maud Montgomery, the MacNeil’s home and farm provided much of the...
Stanhope Beach – PEI National Park

Stanhope Beach – PEI National Park

Sandbars, shallow waters, stunning sunsets, and a postcard-perfect lighthouse are yours to enjoy at Stanhope Beach. Located just east of Brackley Beach, this stretch of the National Park includes three beaches: Ross Lane, Covehead Beach, and Stanhope Main. Looking for...
North Rustico – PEI National Park

North Rustico – PEI National Park

An easy 5-minute drive from Cavendish, North Rustico (known as “The Crick” by locals) embodies everything that’s magical about Island summers. This tightly-knit and charming fishing village is packed with plenty of delightful experiences, from traditional lobster...
Brackley Beach – PEI National Park

Brackley Beach – PEI National Park

There’s something for every type of beach-goer at Brackley Beach. Cyclists, swimmers, explorers, and sunbathers will all find their piece of paradise along this area of the PEI National Park. An easy and enjoyable 25-minute drive from Cavendish, all your beach-y...