Area Attractions

  • Orwell Corner Historic Village
    Surround yourself with the mood, charm and activities of a small Prince Edward Island agricultural crossroads in the 1890 era.
  • Belfast Highland Greens
    The 3209 yard Belfast Highland Greens Golf Course is one of the finest 9 hole golf courses in Atlantic Canada and one of the most scenic golf courses on Prince Edward Island. Located on the historic Lord Selkirk Park where settlers first landed on Prince Edward Island.
  • Point Prim Lighthouse
    The Point Prim Lighthouse is a lighthouse on Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is located at the end of Point Prim Road, also known as Route 209. The lighthouse itself is 18.5 metres tall when measured from its foundation to the weathervane. It is made of brick and is circular—one of only two so constructed this way in Canada. The other is called Fisgard Lighthouse and is located in British Columbia. There is a keeper's cottage situated to the southeast of the tower. It measures 19.5 metres by 4 metres. Due to the small size of the cottage, the keeper normally lived in it alone. In the summer, however, his family would often come and stay with him.
  • Sir Andrew Macphail Homestead
    The Homestead was originally built in 1856 as a family farmhouse. In 1864, the Macphail family bought the property, the same year Andrew was born. The farm was meant to allow the family to be self-sufficient while Andrew’s father, William Macphail, traveled through Queens county as the Superintendent of Education.
  • Uigg School - Canada's Historic Places
    The Uigg School building is a rare example of a well preserved rural school house in PEI. It was opened on November 3, 1877, in the same year PEI passed the controversial Public Schools Act which established a provincial board of education and a non-sectarian school system across the province.