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Prince Edward Island #4 Highway Guide

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Junction of highway #3.
Junction of highway #3. Community of Pools Corner, PEI. Pooles Corner Prince Edward Island Provincial Park, south of highway. Pools Corner Provincial Park is a Day use park only. Services at highway. South to town of Montague, PEI. Pools Corner has a Provincial Information Centre, south of highway. East to Brundenell Provincial Park. Campground is located on highway 3, 5 km west of Georgetown, PEI, near Cardigan, PEI. Campground Facilities: - Camping sites 52(u); 18(2w) and 25(5w), kitchen shelter, hot showers, flush toilets, laundromat, activity programs and dumping station. Brundell River provincial park is the largest in eastern Prince Edward Island. In addition it has 18-hole championship golf courses. Pets on leash are allowed. The park is open from mid June to the first of October. Georgetown, PEI was named in honour of King George III. The community lies across from Brudenell Point, PEI; which divides the Brudenell River.
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Kings Byway Scenic Drive Route
Portions of the Kings Byway Scenic Drive Route follows highway #4. NOTE: Kings Byway Scenic Drive Route designation was changed in 2006. The Scenic Byway route is now designated as 'The Points East Coastal Scenic Drive.
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0.9
Junction of highway #319 north
East to community of Brudenell, PEI.
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2.4
Junction of Highway #319 south
East of highway
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3.2
Town of Montague, PEI
All services. Montague, PEI, is located on the Prince Edward Island's Montague River.
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3.2
Photo - View of Information Centre and Museum. Town of Montague PEI
Attractions in and around Montague, PEI: - Roma at Three Rivers, features reenactments and guided tours - The Garden of the Gulf Museum: The museum shows the area history from prehistoric times to 1945. Montague's Oktoberfest.
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Photo
View of Wharf area, Town of Montague Prince Edward Island
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Junction of Highway #17
Note. The Kings Byway Scenic Drive Route leaves highway #4 and heads east on highway #17. The Kings Byway Scenic Route circles the eastern coastline of P. E. I. coastline. (see attached link for map)
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Photo - View from highway
View from highway. Junction of highway #4 & #17 Prince Edward Island. NOTE: 'The Points East Coastal Scenic Drive, leaves highway #4 at this point and heads east via highway #17. - FOR highway travel via Highway #17 See Highway RV Travel Guide - Town of Montague to Town of Murray River, PEI for driving directions.

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Access to Panmure Island Provincial Park
East to Panmure Island Provincial Park, campground, Located on Route 347, north of Gaspereaux, PEI. Camping facilities: 22 unser. 22 elec. sites, laundromat, hot showers, flush toilets, kitchen shelter, fireplaces, supply store, dumping station, beach house with change rooms, canteen, interpretive programs, boat launching area. Pets permitted on leash. Panmure Island is open from mid June to mid September and offers a bay and ocean beach.
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Junction of Highway # 315
South to community of Caledonia, PEI. East to community of Whim Road, PEI.
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Junction of Highway #316
East to community of Commercial Cross, PEI. West to community of Kilmuir, PEI.
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11.3
Junction of Highway #317
East to Buffaloland Prince Edward Island Provincial Park. Located at community of Milltown Cross, PEI. Buffaloland is a day use park. Picnic tables are provided. The boardwalk leads to a wooden deck. From the deck one can view a 100-acre enclosure where a herd of about 25 of these animals graze. The original buffalo were a gift to the Prince Edward Island government from the Province of Alberta. The park is open year round and admission is free.
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13.8
Junction of Highway #318
West to community of St. Marys Road, PEI.
10.4
16.8
Junction of Highway #324
East to community of Alliston, PEI.
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22.0
Village of Murray River
Village of Murray River, Island Welcome Visitor Information Center. North to town of Montague.
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27.0
Photo - View from highway.
Looking south from junction of highway #4 & #18 Prince Edward Island
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27.0
Junction of Highway #18
NOTE: For highway travel via highway #18 The 'Points East Coastal Drive' - See Road Map RV, Highway #18 Travel Guide - Murray River to The Prince Edward Island Wood Island Ferry Terminal for driving directions.

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28.7
Junction of Highway #348
Community of High Bank, PEI, south of highway
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30.0
Community of Little Sands, PEI
Access from highway
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33.5
Junction of Highway #325
North to community of Hopefield, PEI.
22.3
35.9
Community of Wood Islands East, PEI.
Access from highway
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37.0
Northumberland Prince Edward Island Provincial Park
South side of highway. Northumberland Provincial Park is on Route 4, 3 km east of the Wood Islands ferry. Camping Facilities: - 22 unserv. 28 elec camp sites, laundromat, hot showers, flush toilets, playground, kitchen shelter, hiking trail, ocean beach area, children's programs, campers store. and a dumping station. The park is open from mid June to mid Sept. Pets permitted on leash.
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Junction of Highway #1 ( Trans Canada Highway ) & Highway #4
Wood Islands PEI 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 Facilities: playground equipment, an unsupervised beach, flush toilets, picnic facilities, a boat ramp, and food services. Pets are permitted on leash. West to city of Charlottetown, PEI.
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Photo
View of Wood Island Ferry Terminal. Prince Edward Island
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Photo of NFL Wood Island Ferry. Start / Finish of Highway Travel Guide -e