2018 Confederation Trail Guide

2018 Confederation Trail Guide

We're coming to PEI the first week in August. Can we get fresh oysters then? Where is the best area for PEI oysters? Can one go out on an oyster boat or lobster boat to see how they're harvested?
Where can I find a ceilidh on a Saturday or Sunday evening/afternoon in August?
Where is the best clam chowder and/or lobster roll?
What is the best of Prince Edward Island?
Other than in Summerside and Charlottetown, where could we go (my wife and I) for a nice meal (I'm thinking dining experience, budget over $250 +- for both of us)
I will be staying in the Malpeque Bay area at the end of August and I am searching for a third golf course to play. I have already booked tee times at Mill River and Green Gables and would like a suggestion for a third course. Could you please provide me with two or three relatively close options? Thank you! Paul
We have limited time in NS and PEI. What would be on your Must See and Must Do list? TC in Florida

For a detailed map of the Confederation Trail, download our PDF.

Morell to Elmira

Morell Wharf
The Morell to Elmira section is a moderate 54 km trail that will take you through some of the most scenic coastal views.

For a detailed map of the Confederation Trail, download our PDF.

Branch Trail Emerald to Borden-Carleton

The branch trail from Emerald to Borden-Carleton is an easy 18 km section of the trail that will take you through farmlands.

Fuel up at the O'Shea's Pub & Eatery in Kinkora or make your way to km 12 in Albany and grab a portable savoury pie from The Handpie Company!