Eastern Region - Prince Edward Island Lodges and Resorts Vacations
  Bays & Dunes - Hills & Harbours Regions

Bays and Dunes - Nature reigns supreme throughout the "Bays and Dunes" region of Kings County. The diverse landscape and abundance of native animals and vegetation make the region a necessary stop for all lovers of the outdoors. For those wishing to totally immerse themselves in the natural surroundings, the Confederation Trail offers cyclists and hikers an ideal way to view the regions interior. A scenic driving tour which explores the numerous picturesque bays and spectacular sand dunes found along the coastline is popular. As well, a five-kilometre stretch of the Confederation Trail runs through the town, offering a perfect opportunity for many a travel-weary visitor to stretch their legs. A ferry from the town provides the only transportation link to Les Iles-de-la-Madelaine. In Mount Stewart nature buffs can enjoy viewing an array of wildlife, including bald eagles, osprey, mink and red fox which inhabit the plentiful salt marshes. Anglers can fish for salmon, trout and striped bass in the nearby waters. In all, Kings County offers a wide array of enjoyment for all visitors.

Hills and Harbours - A region dominated by a variety of landscapes from the rugged coastal cliffs and beaches to the rolling farmlands and copious forests. The pastoral scenery, dotted with numerous sleepy villages and cozy farmhouses exudes the timeless rural charm that can be found province-wide. The local hospitality, an intrinsic quality of Southern Kings residents, is put on full display during the summer months when guests can delight in numerous celidhs and other Celtic festivals that can be found in the region. A region removed from the amusement parks and crowds found elsewhere on P.E.I. remains closely tied to the peaceful lifestyle of days gone by. Coupled with the charming qualities of the regions inhabitants, Southern Kings offers peace and solitude amidst a stunning natural landscape which makes it an ideal locale for people of all ages.
Lodges included in this section are:

Bens Lake Campground and Adventure
Greenwich Gate Lodge
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Bens Lake Campground and Adventure;

Activities: Family, Hiking, Wildlife & Nature, Kayaking, Canoeing, Fishing,

Bens Lake Campground and Adventure is located in Bellevue, PEI. Bens Lake is on a 160 acre wooded Campground and Cottage rental property, and a 16 acre lake stocked with triploid rainbow trout. The Muskoka's of PEI, Bens Lake has a variety of fixed and temporary accommodations to keep you comfortable on your Island adventure. In addition we are family and pet friendly, offering a variety of experiences and culinary activities providing the best stay possible, and lasting memories for years to come.

Ben's Lake is a PEI's Eco-tourism Destination. We offer a premium fishing destination, geocaching, boat rentals, hiking trails, guided tours, fixed roof and camping accommodations, and chef prepared meals.

Just passing through the island, covering a lot of ground on a summer road trip. Looking to rest on a wooded lake front cabin/house/glamping tent. Maybe you've packed your tent. Or looking to have full service for your RV. Bens Lake has it all! Something for everyone is a few clicks away!

Facilities:
Fixed Roof & Camping Accommodations
Dining Room - Yes
Store - Nearby
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area -Yes
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - No
Language: English

Greenwich Gate Lodge

Activities: Family, Hiking, Wildlife & Nature, Kayaking, Fishing, Golf

Come to St. Peters Bay and enjoy Island hospitality. Enjoy your evenings relaxing in our new Bayside Landing Waterside Park. Our cozy bayside lodge offers air conditioning, free continental breakfast (in season). Adjacent to Confederation Trail. Greenwich, PEI National Park/Links at Crowbush, 10 minutes. Besides day trips to Charlottetown (45 minutes drive), Cavendish (69 minutes drive) and the like, there are lots of things to do locally such as basting in the sun, swimming, and walking in the spectacular Greenwich National Park (8 km away) or taking a bicycle ride on the Confederation Trail which is only a stone’s throw away from Greenwich Gate Lodge. The area around Greenwich Gate Lodge is a fisherman’s paradise. There are several creeks, streams and rivers close by for trout fishing. The Morell River is an island renowned spot for trout and salmon fishing and only a 10min drive away.

The single rooms at Greenwich Gate Lodge are very bright and spacious. Each single room comes equipped with 2 queen size beds, a color TV with cable and a full bath. VCRs and DVD Players are available. Wireless broadband connection is available. Continental breakfast included. Treat yourself to the comforts of one of our suites. Each suite includes 2 queen size beds, a double pullout sofa, a heart shaped Jacuzzi, a color TV with cable and a full kitchen. VCRs and DVD Players are available. *Each suite can be joined to a single room, thus sleeping up to 10 people. Ideal for Honeymooners or large family groups. Continental breakfast included. Customized packages, small conference facilities.

Enjoy a leisurely bike ride along the Confederation trail, which is only a stone’s throw away from Greenwich Gate Lodge. This expansive trail links one end of the island to the other so you can bike to your hearts content. We also offer special cycling packages. For the more adventurous, there are deep-sea fishing, seal, whale watching and giant blue fin tuna fishing packages.Open year round.

Facilities:
Rooms & Suites
Dining Room - No
Store - Nearby
Open Year Round
Children - Yes
Play Area -Yes
Pets - No
Docking - No
Beach - Yes
Language: English

 

 








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