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Prince Edward Island #16 Highway Guide

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Town of Souris, PEI
Access to Ilse-de-la-Madeleine, QC; ferry, south of highway. Access to PEI, Provincial Information Centre. NOTE: This highway is now part of 'Points East Coastal Drive Route'. - East to East Cape, PEI. West via highway #2, to city of Charlottetown, PEI. Ilse-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec,is a small archipelago in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence. The first European to visit the islands was Jacques Cartier in in 1534. A large proportion of the population are descendants from shipwreck survivors. Over the years there have been 400 shipwrecks on the islands. The major industry in the Quebec, Magdalen Islands is tourism.
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Souris Beach Prince Edward Island Provincial Park
Souris Beach Provincial Park, no campground. Located on highway #2, outside of the town of Souris. Souris Beach is a day use park featuring an unsupervised beach, playground, showers, a wheelchair accessible washroom, flush toilets, canoe and kayak rentals. Souris Beach is a great windsurfing location. Pets are permitted on leash. Access to Provincial Information Centre.
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Photo
Main Street, town of Souris, PEI.
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Bed and Breakfast by the Sea, PEI
South side of highway
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3.8
Photo View from highway
Driving north on 'The Points East Coastal Drive' scenic highway.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Little Harbour Creek, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #303
North side of highway .This highway is classed as a Prince Edward Island Scenic Heritage Road.
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Entering community of Red Point, PEI.
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #302
North to community of Baltic, PEI. South to Red Point PEI, Provincial Park RV, Campgrounds. On Route 16, 13 km east of Souris. Red Point is open from mid June to the end of September and features a supervised ocean beach, kitchen shelter, change rooms, hot showers (8), flush toilets (15), fireplaces, playground and a dumping station. Three-way sites designed for large recreational vehicles. Pets permitted on leash. Bilingual service. Accommodations: Attractions around Red Point Provincial Park: Basin Head Fisheries Museum, features permanent collections of artifacts, the story of PEI's inshore fishery.
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Roadside Highway Turnout with picnic tables
South side of highway
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Junction of Highway #301
Community of Bothwell, PEI. Services at highway, fuel. North to community of Munns Road, PEI.
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Junction of highway #16a
Community of South Lake, PEI. North to community of Elmira, PEI, North Lake, PEI. Attractions in Elmira, PEI: Elmira Railway Station Museum: Features five rail spurs, an engine house, a a barn, 200-foot coal shed, bunkhouse and shacks for the engineers and conductors.
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Sandpiper Bed and Breakfast, PEI
Access from highway
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Note Leaving Highway #16 for a short side trip
To East Point, PEI; the farthest north east point of Prince Edward Island.
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Light House Point (East Point)
The tides of The Atlantic oceon and the Gulf of St. Lawrence meet here.
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Light House at East Point; Prince Edward Island. Off Rte 16, One of the Island's 'first generation' lighthouses. Located on the very tip of eastern Prince Edward Island. Picnic area, Craft shop, Welcome Centre.
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East Point Lighthouse, PEI
At East Point Lighthouse, during tourist season, local people put on a seafood supper, fund raiser for the lighthouse. They also have local musicians. Milebymile staff attended this function and if you are in the area, check at the Red point Provincial Park bulletin board for dates.
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Junction of Highway #16 and East Point Road

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Community of North Lake, PEI
Island Welcome Information Centre.
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Junction of Highway #16 a
South to community of Elmira, PEI.
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Photo - View from highway
While driving on 'The Prince Edward's Island, Points East Coastal Drive' scenic highway.
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Junction of Highway #301
South to communities of Eastern Kings, PEI, Munns Road, PEI.
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Point of Interest
Crossing North Lake Creek, PEI
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Community of Fairfield, PEI
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #303
South to community of Glencorradale, PEI.
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Community of Campbells Cove, PEI
Access from highway
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Campbells Cove Campground
Campground. On Route 16, 5 km west of Elmira. The Park is open from mid June to mid September and features an ocean beach, Facilities: 8-3way RV, sites, 10 2-way RV, sites and 30 unserviced RV, sites. Pets permitted on leash.
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Junction of Highway #302
Community of Priest Pond, PEI. South to community of Baltic,PEI, Red Point Prince Edward Island Provincial Park, campgrounds.
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Point of Interest
Crossing Priest Pond Creek, PEI.
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Community of Bayfield, PEI
Access from highway.
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Community of Rock Bara, PEI
Access from highway
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Junction of Highway #305
Community of Hermanville, PEI. South to communities of Harmony Junction, PEI, Souris Line Road
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Junction of Highway #306
Community of Clear Springs, PEI. South to community of New Zealand, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #307
South to communities of St. Margarets, Bear River
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Harbour Road
North to Shipwreck Point, Naufrage Harbour. Photo - While driving on 'The Prince Edward's Island, Points East Coastal Drive' scenic highway.
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Shipwreck Cafe
Shipwreck Cafe. Milebymile staff stopped here, great chowder great staff.
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Community of Naufrage, PEI
Shipwreck Cottages. Shipwreck Point Cottages, PEI are located in the traditional fishing village of Naufrage.
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Junction of Highway #309
South to community of Selkirk, PEI.
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Community of Goose River, PEI
South of highway.
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Junction of Highway #336
North to community of Cable Head East
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Cable Head Bed and Breakfast & Cottages, PEI
West side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #313
Entering Community of St. Peters Bay, PEI. North to community of Greenwich, PEI. Greenwich National Park. St. Peters Bay, PEI; is a village, located in Kings County, PEI. Access to Greenwich, Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada. This National Day Park is located on the western tip of Greenwich peninsula between St. Peters Bay and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The Park is made up of sandy beaches and a coastal dune system. Other attractions is the Greenwich Interpretation Centre, which features over 20 exhibits showing visitors the amazing natural and cultural history of the park. There is a 12-minute vidio presentation. There are three hiking trails varying in length from 1.25 km to 4.5 kms. The trails have interpretive signs, explaining the ecosystem and history of the park. Greenwich National Park also has a Beach Facility. Services include washrooms, exterior showers, change rooms, a picnic shelter, a wooden boardwalk to the beach and a observation tower.
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Photo
View of St. Peters Bay Prince Edward Island.
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Junction of Highway #2
Community of St. Peters, Provincial Visitor Information Centre at highway. East via highway #2 to town of Souris, PEI. South to city of Charlottetown, PEI. NOTE: for highway travel south vis highway #2 See: Road Map Highway RV Travel Guide - Town of St. Peters, PEI to Town of Souris, PEI, for driving directions. - Start/Finish of highway Guide -e