Points East Coastal Golf Itinerary
What is your idea of golf heaven? If teeing off at more than one course during a vacation is on your list – then Prince Edward Island is the place for you! Capitalize on your best golf game with a few insider tips:
Arrive to Prince Edward Island in Wood Islands via the Northumberland Ferries.
Hit the greens at Belfast Highland Greens – one of PEI’s finest 9 hole courses with spectacular views of red cliffs.
Traveling with those who don’t enjoy the game of golf as much as you? No problem! There are lots of things to see and do in the area.
Reward yourself after a great game with a delicious meal at Point Prim Chowder House.
Make your way to Prince Edward Island’s capital City, Charlottetown.
Head east and discover the challenge and beauty at The Links at Crowbush Cove.
Relax on the beach or discover the parabolic dune system and floating boardwalk at the PEI National Park - Greenwich.
Rent a bike and hit the trails! Cycle the Morell to St Peter’s section of the Confederation Trail. You’ll want to have your camera ready!
Discover the singing sands at Basin Head Provincial Park.
Climb to the top of a lighthouse at the very tip of the Island at the East Point Lighthouse.
They say things get better with age; we agree. Celebrating 52 years in 2021, tee off at Brudenell River Golf Course.
Explore the small town Georgetown. Don’t forget to pick up some delicious treats at The Maroon Pig or handmade PEI Jewlery at Shoreline Design.
Did we mention the lobster roll at The Wheelhouse in Georgetown is delicious?
Tee off at the ever so popular, Dundarave Golf Course. Check out the photo op on #17!
Located along a causeway, Panmure Island offers one of the most popular white sand beaches on Prince Edward Island. You’ll be mesmerized by the views and water access on both sides of the road.
You can’t leave Prince Edward Island without a visit to What’s the Scoop? The only dairy bar with a drive-thru in Eastern PEI.
Visit the fishing village of Murray Harbour. It offers a variety of landscapes ranging from coastal cliffs and beaches to farmlands and pastoral rivers.
Sandstone cliffs, seals, porpoises and a secluded beach are some of the wonders you will find along the shore at the Cape Bear Lighthouse. Did you know that this lighthouse received some of the first distress calls from the Titanic?
We can’t wait for you to hit the greens along the Points East Coastal Drive.