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Prince Edward Island #18 Highway Guide

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Junction of Highway #4 - Village of Murray River, PEI
Prince Edward Island Highway #4 is part of the 'Points East Coastal Drive' This scenic drive attracts travellers who appreciate natural spaces and outdoor activities. NOTE: For highway travel via Highway #4 - See Road Map RV Highway Guide Town of Montague, PEI, to Wood Islands Ferry, PEI for driving directions.

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Junction of Highway #4
Village of Murray River, PEI, - Access to Island Welcome Visitor Information Center. North to town of Montague, PEI. South via highway #4 to Wood Island Ferry, PEI, to Nova Scotia. Attractions in Murray River, PEI: Annual Northumberland Fisheries Festival in Murray River. Held on the last full weekend of July. The festival features Celebrity Fishing Competitions; Miss Northumberland Pageant, dory races, celebrity bake off, log rolling, live entertainment.
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Photo - View from highway,
Village of Murray River, PEI bay area.
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Access to Highway #348, Kings Castle Provincial Park
No campground. Located in the community of Gladstone, PEI, on Route 348, 3 km east of Murray River. Kings Castle, a day use park, is a magical place displaying a family of favourite storybook characters in statue form. Facilities include: beach area, change rooms and a two-sided kitchen shelter, pets allowed a on leash.
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Community of Murray Harbour, PEI
Access from highway. Murray Harbour, was a working harbour in the 1700s. It is still a working harbour today. The community's main industry is fishing,for lobster and scallops.
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Community of Beach Point, PEI
Access from highway
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Cape Bear, ( Cape Bear Light House & Museum )
Off Rte 18. Four-storey structure built in 1881. Magnificent view of Northumberland Strait. Site of first Canadian Marconi station to hear S.O.S. distress call from Titanic. Craft shop. Open mid-June to mid-Sept.
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Community of Guernsey Cove, PEI
Access from highway.
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Junction of Highway #18a
North to village of Murray River, PEI.
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Community of White Sands, PEI
South of highway. White Sands was named after the sandy beach that was found there.
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View from highway. Looking south from junction of highway #4 & #18 Prince Edward Island
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Junction of Highway #4
North to community of Murray River. NOTE. Highway #18 ends and becomes highway #4 at this point.
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Junction of Highway #348
Community of High Bank, PEI.
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Community of Little Sands, PEI
Access from highway.
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Junction of Highway #325
North to community of Hopefield, PEI.
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Community of Wood Islands East, PEI
Access from highway
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Northumberland PEI, Provincial Park
South side of highway. Northumberland Provincial Park is on Route 4, 3 km east of the Wood Islands ferry. It is open from mid June to mid September and offers a lifeguarded ocean beach, clam digging, laundromat, hot showers (4), flush toilets (9), playground, kitchen shelter, forest trail, children's programs and a dumping station. Campers' store nearby. Pets permitted on leash. Camping Facilities: 22 unserv. 28 elec sites.
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Junction of Highway #1 ( Trans Canada Highway ) & Highway #4
Wood Islands Ferry Terminal to Nova Scotia. Provincial Information Visitors Centre. Wood Island Provincial Park, no campground. Located off the Trans Canada highway, at the Wood Islands Ferry Terminal. Wood Islands is a day use park featuring playground equipment, an unsupervised beach, flush toilets, a boat ramp, picnic facilities and food services. Pets are permitted on leash
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Photo - View of Wood Island Ferry Terminal. Prince Edward Island.
West via Highway #1 'The Trans Canada Highway' #1 toThe City of Charlottetown, PEI. - Attractions in and around Charlottetown, PEI: The Lucy Maud Montgomery Festival, one of the premier festivals on PEI - Green Gables Heritage Place - Green Gables Heritage Site; Lucy Maud Montgomerys Cavendish National Historic Site, has become famous around the world for the setting in Lucy Maud Montgomery's classic tale of fiction, Anne of Green Gables. This Site includes the Site of Lucy Maud Montgomerys Cavendish Home and Green Gables. West access via highway #1 'The Trans Canada Highway' to Lord Selkirk Prince Edward Island Provincial Park. Camping facilities: 46 un-serviced sites and 26 sites with electricity and water, clam digging, laundromat, kitchen shelter, fireplaces, dumping station, pool and miniature golf.
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Photo of NFL Wood Island Ferry. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide. -e