Places to stay in Naufrage Harbour, Prince Edward Island
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Naufrage is a small community situated in Kings County in the eastern part of PEI. Places to eat in the region include Sheltered Harbour Cafe, Rick’s Fish ‘n’ Chips & Seafood House, The Inn At St. Peters, and Seaside Bakery.
Wondering where to stay? The community is mainly known for Cottage or Rental style accommodations. If you are travelling in the area, Naufrage Harbour is located close to Eglington Cove, Graystone Creek, Grovepine Brook, Crowbush Cove Provincial Park and Panmure Ledge.
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- Longitude: -62°24'45.414
- Latitude: 46°27'48.736
Things to see and do
Links at Crowbush Cove
Located at 632 Route 350. Rated four and a half stars by Golf Digest Places to Play, which raves, "Outstanding, plan your next vacation around it". SCORE Golf Magazine rated Crowbush in the Top 2 Best Value Golf Courses in Canada.
Dundarave Golf Course
Located at PO Box 39. This red sandstone, 18-hole championship golf course designed by award winning architects, Dr. Michael Hurdzan and Dana Fry, opened July 1999. The course offers an appealing blend of traditional and contemporary architectural designs with some of the most memorable bunkering patterns in all of golf. Expansive fairways lined with luscious pines and the tranquil Brudenell River meander through some of the most stunning beauty that PEI has to offer.
St Peters Bay Courthouse Theatre
Located at 5697 St Peters Road. This year the St. Peter's Court House Theatre has planned an entertaining summer of performers. For those of you who have not visited the Theatre you should make it a thing to do on your list for the summer. Years ago the theatre was a courthouse and a school. The St. Peter's Development Corporation decided to renovate the building and house a theatre and a museum. During the day (10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.), the Court House Theatre has a museum, which depicts the rich history of St. Peter's. If you haven't learned enough about our area pick up a copy of the book “Gone to the Bay”. St. Peter's has a successful history and we are proud of the community we are creating today.
Located at 2518 East Point Road (Hwy 16). Lift your spirits! The whole family can enjoy a different kind of experience at the Kingsboro Labyrinth, a two mouthed Baltic Wheel Labyrinth, or Goddess Labyrinth, patterned after The Rad in Germany. Mystical. or Spiritual. or Meditative. or just for fitness, the turf path leads you on a meander through the meadow at the bottom of the field at the Singing Sands Inn. The grass verge keeps you on the mowed path as you follow its circular course. Over 160 ft. in diameter, it is the largest Classical (Baltic type) grass turf labyrinth in North America. Eleven circuits spiral in to the central goal. Return the way you came in or take the shorter spiraling exit. Somehow you can't help feeling refreshed after the experience! The distance covered walking all the paths is about one kilometer. Only an hour from Charlottetown on Highway 16, 11 km East of Souris, just past the turn-off to Basin Head and the Singing Sands Beach.
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