Prince Edward Island: Explore the Smallest Province of Canada

A small trip to Prince Edward Island gave me the idea that even a small province like this can offer so much to a tourist. Take a weekend trip and you are going to have so much fun. Starting from parks to bridges, you will get it all. In case you are planning on visiting Prince Edward Island anytime soon, here are a few things that you can check out.

Greenwich Provincial Park

I came across many provincial parks in the city. However, the best one was the Greenwich Provincial Park. Visit this park to take a walk. The scenery is just beautiful. You can also go for a bike ride. The Gulf of St. Lawrence is a walk away. You will find the floating boardwalk that makes its way through the wetlands.

Lobster Supper

Visiting Prince Edward Island and not having lobster would have been a huge mistake. The authentic lobster dish served in the restaurants here is just lip-smacking. Almost every restaurant in the province serves this dish. It is one lobster dish that I am never going to forget. The fresh taste of the lobster still lingers in my mouth.

Bridge to New Brunswick

The bridge that connects the city to New Brunswick is a sight to marvel at. This is called the Confederation Bridge. Before this had been constructed ferry used to be the only way into the island. It will take about 12 minutes to drive across this bridge. The view from the bridge is just a treat to the eyes.

Peake’s Wharf

You should not miss out on this at all. If you love to walk along the waterfront while you visit gift stores, buy some t-shirts, and have some ice-cream, this is just the place for you. I collected some souvenirs for my family and friends from the gift shops here.