Watch the glorious sunset over St. Peters Bay. The community is only minutes from the breathtaking Greenwich Dunes in Greenwich Prince Edward Island National Park, where the rich history of St. Peters can be traced through Aboriginal, French, Acadian, Scottish, Irish, and English settlers. St. Peters now offers shopping, theatre, waterfront walking and cycling along the Confederation Trail. A rich history is described on the community website.
The 15 km stretch of trail between Morell and St. Peters Bay is considered by many to be the most picturesque the island has to offer. Winding along the shoreline, the trail crosses the mouth of the Morell River on a 235 foot long bridge, provides a breath-taking view of Greenwich National Park across the water, and passes by a myriad of mussel socks in St. Peter’s Bay before arriving at St. Peter’s Landing.
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St. Peter’s Landing Park
Overlooking the mussel farms of St. Peters Bay, enjoy the sunset vistas of St. Peters Bay.