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Prince Edward Island #2 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #1a
This portion of Highway #2 takes in two Scenic Drives of Prince Edward Island. At the start of the guide you will be travelling on the 'Blue Heron Coastal Drive' and connecting with the 'North Cape Coastal Drive' at Summerside, PEI. Ending at the community of Tignish, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #1a
The 'Blue Heron Coastal Drive'. West to Towns of Portage, PEI, Tignish, PEI. South West to city of Summerside, PEI. South to Confederation Bridge. North to town of Kensington, PEI.
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Photo - View from highway.
Lady Slipper Scenic Drive marker sign. Prince Edward Island. NOTE: Lady Slipper Scenic Drive was changed in 2006 at this point it is called the 'Blue Heron Coastal Drive'.
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Community of Sherbrooke, PEI.
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #180
South to city of Summerside 5 kms. Attractions in and around Summerside, PEI: - Summerside Roots Folk Festival. - Tall Ships Festival, features a a Round the Island Race of Tall Ships. - The Summerside Lobster Carnival, held in July - Spinnakers Landing, Summerside's largest facility, designed specifically for visitors. - Scarecrow Festival.
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Access to city of Summerside, PEI
South of highway
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South Drive
Access to Summerside Golf & Country Club, PEI.
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5.7
Services at Highway
Fuel gas, diesel
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7.2
Access to , Summerside Airport, Slemon Park, PEI
North side of highway.
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Junction of highway #12 - Community of Miscouche, PEI
North to Belmont Prince Edward Island Provincial Park, no campground. Playground, beach, fireplaces, showers, and flush toilets available. Attractions in Miscouche, PEI - The Acadian Museum of P.E.I. The museum features the history and culture of the Acadians three hundred year presence on Prince Edward Island. Other attractions - St. John the Baptist Roman Catholic Church, one of the oldest wooden churches in Prince Edward Island. It featuring a historic Casavant organ. NOTE: For highway travel via Highway #12 - See Road Map RV Highway #12 travel guide - The North Cape Coastal Drive' - Town of Portage, PEI To Town of Miscouche, PEI for driving directions

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Junction of Highway #12
South to Linkletter Prince Edward Island Provincial Park. Campground.51(u), 17(2w) and 16(3w) camping sites. On Route 11, 8 km west of Summerside. The Park is open mid June to mid September and features laundromat, hot showers (8), flush toilets (14), playground equipment, kitchen shelter and dumping station.
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Junction of Highway #122
North to community of South West, PEI.
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Community of St. Nicholas, PEI
South of highway
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Junction of Highway #124
South to community of Wellington, PEI. Union Corner Prince Edward Island, Provincial Park. No campground. Located off highway #11, Union Corner is a day use park featuring a playground, beach, change rooms and fireplaces. Pets are permitted on leash.
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Point of Interest
Crossing the Ellis River, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #179
South to community of Urbainville, PEI.
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Photo
View from highway
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Junction of Highway#127
Community of Richmond, PEI. South to community of St. Hubert, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #128
South to community of Harmony, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #130
North to community of Tyne Valley, PEI. Green Park Prince Edward Island, Provincial Park, camping. Facilities: Playground equipment for children, Frisbee golf, nature trails, laundromat, hot showers (8), flush toilets (8), kitchen shelter and dumping station. Pets permitted on leash.This park is one of the location sites, for the television series Emily of New Moon. The Park is open from mid June to mid September
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Junction of Highway #130
West to community of Victoria West, PEI.
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Community of Springhill, PEI
Access from highway.
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Junction of Highway #11
Community of Mount Pleasant, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #133
North to community of Ellerslie, PEI. Ellerslie was founded in 1901. The community has a history of fox farming and ship building industries. Attractions around Ellerslie, PEI: - PEI Shellfish Museum aquariums featuring live fish and shellfish native to P.E.I, with the history of oyster cultivation.
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Roadside Highway Turnout Rest Area with Provincial Information Centre
East side of highway
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Junction of Highway #134 ( McNeills Road )
East to community of McNeills Mills, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #175
Community of Inverness. North to community of Conway
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Junction of Highway 12 east - The The 'North Cape Coastal Drive'
Community of Portage, PEI. Note highway #12 overlaps highway #2 at this point.
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Junction of Highway #12 west - The 'North Cape Coastal Drive'
Note highway #12 overlaps highway #2 at this point. North to community of Roxbury, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #14
Services at highway. South to Cedar Dunes Provincial Park, campgrounds 19 unserviced, 39 elec.sites. Cedar Dunes has great beaches that stretch for miles. The park provides children activities. A staff naturalist provides guided nature walks. The Park is open from mid June to mid September and features a supervised ocean beach, interpretive programs, nature trail, laundromat, hot showers, flush toilets, kitchen shelter and dumping station. Pets permitted on leash.
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Junction of Highway #137 ( Cart River Road )
Community of Carleton, PEI. East to community of Roxbury, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #142 ( Kelly Road )
West to community of O'Leary, Island Information Center 5 kms. Attractions in and around O'Leary, PEI, - The Potato Blossom Festival, features; # Community Picnic, Farmers' Market and Flea Market - Potato Blossom Parade - Antique Tractors & Farm Machinery on display. - O'Leary's 14 foot fiberglass Russet Burbank potato. - P.E.I. Potato Museum. The museum shows displays of the potato industry, there is a large collection of farm implements and machinery related to the growing and harvesting of potatoes.
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Junction of Highway #136
East to Mill River Prince Edward Island, Provincial Park, campground. This park is located on beautiful Mill River 8 km Northeast of O'Leary, PEI. Campground Facilities: U - 18 sites. 2w - 18 sites. 3w - 36 sites. The Park includes walking trails, wagon rides, playground equipment, an activity center and access to the Mill River Fun Park with water slides and a new swimming pool.
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Junction of Highway #143
West to community of Howlan, PEI.
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Bloomfield Prince Edward Island Provincial Park
West side of highway (at highway). Bloomfield is a day use park featuring playground equipment, fishing, fireplaces, picnic facilities, showers and flush toilets. Pets are permitted on leash.
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Junction of Highway #145
West to community of Bloomfield Corner, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #149
Community of Rosebank, PEI. R.C.M.Police Detachment, east side of highway
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Junction of Highway #150
East to community of Elmsdale, PEI.
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Community of Alma, PEI
Access from highway.
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Junction of Highway #151
East access to Jacques Cartier Prince Edward Island, Provincial Park, campgrounds, 22 unserviced & 34 elec. sites. On Route 12, 5 km east of Alberton, PEI. The Park is open mid June to mid September and features recreation programs with evening activities, supervised ocean beach, laundromat, hot showers (6), flush toilets (12), kitchen shelter and dumping station. Pets permitted on leash.
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Photo
View from highway
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Community of St. Peter & St. Paul, PEI
Services, access from highway.
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Junction of Highway #158
West to communities of Harper, PEI, Leoville, PEI. Harper, PEI; is home to Harper's Brook, a tributary to the Prince Edward Island's Tignish River.
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Junction of Highways #14 & #153
Town of Tignish all services. North to North Cape. South to City of Summerside. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide.