PEI has many activities and attractions, especially in eastern
Prince Edward Island. Festivals and events are always happening
across the island as well.
There is over 253 miles of coast line and your are never more then
15 minutes of a water view in eastern PEI. There are over 30 public
beaches, 333 species of birds, 30 fishing wharfs, 11 lighthouses and
7 Golf Courses in the eastern region of the island as well.
These are a few of the attractions close to the Champagne Vista for
you to experience; Bird Watching, Deep-Sea Fishing, Lobster Fishing,
Tuna Fishing, Trout Fishing, Golfing, Swimming, Beach Combing,
Horseback Riding, Biking, Walking, Confederation Trail, Railway
Museum, Fishery Museum, Kayaking, Canoeing, Clam Digging, Sailing,
Sunset Cruises, Island Cuisine. Air Tours and Scenic Drives through
the red country roads. Culture and history is in abundance in
eastern PEI so come and experience a piece of our island.
1 minute walk to the rugged shore
Bird watching right outside your door - Bald Eagles
10 Minute walk to a sandy beach
5-20 Minute drive to 10 long white sandy beaches in the eastern
20 Minutes from Greenwich National Park
10 Minutes from Town of Souris
10 Minutes from Souris Beach, Kayaks and Bike rentals
10 Minutes to local craft stores where you can get island made items
15 Minutes from Basin Head Beach and Fishing Museum, the
famous “singing sands" beach
5 - 15 Minutes to fine dining or family restaurants
10 Minutes to an island lobster supper
15 Miuntes to island Ceilidhs (our island kitchen party with music
and dance - everone asked to join in or sit back and enjoy.
15 Minutes to Rollo Bay 9 hole golf course
25 Minutes to Crowbush, Brudenell & Dundarave Provincial Golf
15 Minutes from the Tuna Capital of the World “North Lake”
15 Minutes to North Lake and MacNeill’s deep-sea fishing, seal
watching, whale watching and evening cruises.
20 Minutes from the East Point Lighthouse (climb to the top for an
10 Minutes to Naufrage fishing wharf (lobsters) plus they bring in
the tuna as well