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Prince Edward Island #20 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #2 - Town of Kensington, PEI
NOTE: For highway travel via highway #2 - See Milebymile.com Road Map RV Highway Guide - City of Summerside, PEI, to Town of Tignish, North Cape, PEI; for driving directions.

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Junction of Highway #2
Town of Kensington, PEI. West to town of Miscouche, PEI. East to City of Charlottetown, PEI. North to Cabot Beach Prince Edward Island, Provincial Park. Cabot Beach has the largest Day Park in western PEI. Facilities: Large day-use area with playground equipment, an activity centre with children's programs, naturalist who provides guided nature walks. There is also a swimming area.
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Junction of Highway #104
West to communities of Indian River, PEI & Hamilton, PEI. Attractions in and around Indian River - Indian River Festival, PEI; features a music festival with classical, world, jazz music in St.Mary's Church PEI.
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Junction of Highway #103
East to community of Baltic, PEI.
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Community of Malpeque, PEI
Access to highway #105. North to New Moon Farm Bed and Breakfast, PEI. Attractions in Malpeque, PEI - The Keir Memorial Museum, features, exhibits illustrating religious, household, farming, and oyster- fishing activities. Located in the Keir Memorial Presbyterian Church.
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Cabot Beach Prince Edward Island Provincial Park
North to Cabot Provincial Park, campground, 105 unser. 58 elec. On Route 20, 16 km north of Kensington, PEI. This park is open from mid June to the end of September and features a laundromat, hot showers (20), flush toilets (32), kitchen shelter and dumping station. Bilingual service. Campers' store nearby. Pets permitted on leash. Attractions close by the Park: Kensington Railyards and Welcome Centre, located next to the Historic Train Station at the Railyards.
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Photo
View of beach area Cabot Beach Provincial Park, Prince Edward Island
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View from beach area Cabot Beach Provincial Park, Prince Edward Island
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Malpeque Museum, PEI
Access from highway, Malpeque Museum. Changing exhibits illustrate household, religious, farming, and oyster-fishing activities from Mi'kmaq and Acadian times through the British settlement of Princetown-Malpeque. Of special interest is the 1887 hearse. Open July 1 to Labour Day
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Photo
View from highway
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Community of Darnley, PEI
Access from highway.
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Reubens Sea Food & Fish market Smokehouse, PEI
Access from highway. Mile by mile staff stopped here, great seafood, great staff.
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Cal Mar Cottages, PEI
South side of highway.
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Sea Breeze Bed and Breakfast PEI
South side of highway.
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Junction of highway #102
South to community of Spring Valley, PEI.
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Darnley Greens Golf Course & Cottages, PEI
Access from highway.
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Twin Shores Camping Area, PEI
Access from highway. Full service RV campground. 500 sites for RVs and tents.
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Sea Breeze Bed & Breakfast
Access from highway
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Adams Sea View Cottages, PEI
1 km south of highway
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Junction of highway #103
South to community of Sea View, PEI.
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Photo
View from highway
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Community of Park Corner, PEI
North of highway.
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Junction of Highway #101
South to community of Irishtown, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #262
South to community of Long River, PEI.
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Anne of Green Gables Museum, PEI
South side of highway. The museum offers memorabilia of Lucy Maude Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables, who visited and lived and was married in this house.
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Lake of Shining Waters, PEI
Access to Montgomery's Shining Water Chalet.
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Lucy Maud Montgomery Museum, PEI
North side of highway. Lucy Maud Montgomery in this house the author of 'Anne of Green Gables' lived for fifteen years and here wrote eleven of her twenty-two novels including 'Anne of the Island' (1915); and 'Anne's House of Dreams' (1916).
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Community of French River, PEI
East of highway.
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Beach House Inn, PEI
East to The Beach House Inn
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Junction of highway #263
West of highway
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Roadside Highway Turnout with Viewing Point
East side of highway
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Junction of Highway #234
West to community of Springbrook, PEI & community of Burlington, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #262
West side of highway
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View from highway
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View from highway
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Photo , (Lucy Maud Montgomery's Birthplace) PEI
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 New London Harbour. Special exhibits include the replica of the writer's wedding dress and personal scrapbooks with copies of her many stories and poems.
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Junction of Highways #6 and #8
Community of New London. Lucy Maud Montgomery's birthplace, home.(see photo). East to town of Cavendish, PEI. West to town of Kensington, PEI. North to Anne of Green Gables country. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e