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Prince Edward Island #6 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highways #20 & #8 #6
Community of New London, PEI. Lucy Maud Montgomery's birthplace, home. East to town of Cavendish, PEI. West to town of Kensington, PEI. NOTE: For Highway travel via highway #20 - See Road Map RV Highway #20 Guide - Town of Kensington, PEI to Town of New London, PEI; for driving directions.

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Photo, ( Lucy Maud Mongomery's Birthplace )
View from highway Intersection of highways 6 and 20. Prince Edward Island. Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables and one of the world's most famous authors, was born in 1874 in this modest white and green house, decorated with Victorian period pieces and overlooking Prince Edwards Island, New London Harbor. Special exhibits include the replica of the writer's wedding dress and personal scrapbooks containing copies of her many stories and poems.
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Junction of Highways #20 & #8 #6 - Community of New London, PEI
Highways #20 & #8 are part of 'The Central Coastal Drive Highway' of this drive, this portion is designated as Ann's Land - 'The Green Gables Shore Scenic Drive'. The total length of the The Central Coastal Drive Highway is 198km. This highway has great views of Prince Edward Islands spectacular scenic landscape with many red sandstone cliffs, white sand beaches and rolling farm fields. A Portion of the coastline is protected in the Prince Edward Island National Park located along the central north shore.
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Community of New London, PEI
New London, PEI, has always been a farming community. In recent decades tourism has taken over, due to one of Canada's famous authors, Lucy Maud Montgomery, born in New London on November 30, 1874. Of the 23 books she wrote, the most popular published in 1908 was 'Anne of Green Gables',
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Photo - View from highway
While driving east on Prince Edward's Island 'Central Coastal Drive - Green Gables Shore, Scenic Highway'
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Junction of Highway of #238
South to community of Found Mills, PEI.
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Island Information Centre
Access from highway
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Community of Stanley Bridge, PEI
South of highway. Access to Stanley Bridge Country Resort, PEI. Attractions in Stanley Bridge, PEI: Stanley Bridge Marine Aquarium, features live fish aquariums, collections of 750 specimens of mounted birds, butterflies, displays of the regions shellfish industry.
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Photo - View from highway
While driving east on Prince Edward's Island 'Central Coastal Drive - Green Gables Shore, Scenic Highway'
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Photo - View from highway
While driving east on Prince Edward's Island 'Central Coastal Drive - Green Gables Shore, Scenic Highway'
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Photo
View from highway
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Entering Community of Cavendish, PEI
North access to Prince Edward Island National Park, North Cavendish Beach. Attractions in and around Cavendish, PEI: - Site of Lucy Maud Montgomery's Cavendish PEI, Home this is where Anne of Green Gables was written. - River of Adventure Mini Golf - Sandspit Amusement Park features the Cyclone Roller coaster, the largest in Atlantic Canada. - Black Magic Indoor Black Light Mini Golf.
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Seaside Motel and Cottages, PEI
North of Highway.
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Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum, PEI
South side of highway. The Museums 20-ft. section of the Berlin Wall and a Jurassic-sized Stegosaurus skeleton.
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Village of Green Gables ( Anne of Green Gables ) PEI
South side of highway. This village is a recreation of Avonlea, PEI, the early century creation as portrayed in Lucy Maud Montgomery's books of Anne of Green Gables.
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Lakeview Lodge & Cottages PEI
Access from highway.
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Lucy Maud Montgomery Cavendish Home PEI
Access from highway. Lucy Maud Montgomery Cavendish Home is designated as a National Historic Site of Canada. Here was where Lucy Maud, wrote Anne of Avonlea, Anne of Green Gables, Kilmeny of the Orchard, and The Story Girl, as well as many short stories and poems.
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Junction of Highway #13
North to Prince Edward Island National Park. South to community of Mayfield, PEI. Prince Edward Island National Park has two campgrounds. Cavendish Campground with over 200 sites is the largest campground. Facilities include: Showers, flush toilets, laundromat and kitchen shelters. Interpretive programs, fire pits, beach, 8km of hiking and cycling trails. Stanhope Campground camping facilities: 120 camp sites, showers, flush toilets, laundromat and kitchen shelters. Interpretive programs, beach, campfires permitted on selected sites.
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Roadside Highway Turnout with Viewing Point
East side of highway
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Community of North Rustico, PEI
East of highway. Established 1790; North Rustico is the oldest Acadian settlement in Prince Edward Island. Attractions in and around North Rustico, PEI - The Farmers Bank of Rustico; the Bank operated from 1864 to 1894. - The Doucet House. The oldest house in the Rustico area, possibly the oldest house in Prince Edward Island.
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North Rustico Motel, Cottages and Inn, PEI
Access from highway.
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Junction of Highway #269
West to community of Mayfield, PEI.
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Community of Rusticoville, PEI
East of highway.
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Best View Waterfront Cottages, PEI
East of highway.
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Junction of Highway #258
Access from highway
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Junction of highway #243
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway # 242
East to community of Cymbria, PEI.
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Lemon Tree House Bed and Breakfast, PEI
South 2 kms.
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Junction of Highway #242
North to community of Cymbria, PEI.
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Sunnyside Bayside Campgrounds, PEI
North of highway.
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Junction of Highways #7 #251
South to community of Oyster Bed Bridge, PEI. Access to Lead Island Bed and Breakfast, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #223
South to community of Winsloe North, PEI.
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Northside Bed and Breakfast, PEI
North side of highway.
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Red Island Bed and Breakfast, PEI
Access from highway
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Community of Brackley Beach, PEI
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #15
South to city of Charlottetown via 15. North to Prince Edward Island National Park
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Vacation Land R V Park
2 kms east side of highway.
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Brackley Beach Campgrounds, PEI
Access from highway.
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Junction of highway # 221
South to community of Union Road, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #252
North to Community of West Covehead, PEI.
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Junction of Highway 25a
South to community of North Shore, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #25
South to community of Covehead Road. NOTE. Highway #25 overlaps highway # 6, (east) at this point
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Community of Stanhope, PEI
North of highway. North to Prince Edward Island National Park. NOTE, highway #25 overlaps highway #6 (west) at this point.
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Junction of Highway #222
South to community of Pleasant Grove, PEI.
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Access to Prince Edward Island National Park
North of highway
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Junction of Highway #220
East to community of Grand Tracadie, PEI. South to community of Pleasant Grove, PEI.
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Community of Corran Ban, PEI
East of highway.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Winters River, PEI.
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Community of Mill Cove, PEI
West of highway.
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Bradley Inn Bed and Breakfast, PEI
Access from highway.
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Junction of Highway #219
East to community of Donaldson, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #229
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #2 and Highway #6
West to city of Charlottetown, PEI. East to the town of Souris, PEI. North to the community of Cavendish, Anne of Green Gables Country. North to Prince Edward Island National Park. NOTE: For highway travel south, via highway #2 - See Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Junction of Highway #6 to Charlottetown, PEI for driving directions. For highway travel East via highway #2 See Highway Guide - Town of St. Peters to Town of Souris, PEI, for driving directions. - Start/Finish of highway travel guide. -e