Red Shores Racetrack & Casino is one of the leading entertainment establishments in Atlantic Canada with a casino, horse racing and restaurants! The world of racing is riveting and full of fascination, and as a matter of fact, the Red Shores Charlottetown Driving Park is known as the Kentucky of Canada for its rich history in harness racing.
The thrill of live harness racing is deeply rooted in Prince Edward Island’s culture. Every year, visitors from around the world travel to the trade-mark red soil of the Island for the opportunity to be a... More
Grab a delicious Starbucks® beverage and a freshly baked goodie at the new Seaside Café as you browse a treasure trove of stores with a Maritime flair or venture into one of the family-fun attractions along Mariner’s Cove Boardwalk.
The boardwalk caters to every family member, conveniently tucked in the heart of Cavendish.
Whether you’re looking for a dining establishment, a snack to enjoy outside on one of the picnic tables, or an opportunity to sample an iconic Canadian treat – you will find it here. The boardwalk includes a... More
As the year comes to a close, we can’t help but take the time to reflect on how absolutely stunning these last 12 months have been. A gorgeous and calm winter, a blissfully warm and early spring, summer days filled with sparkling sunshine late into September, and an autumn that … More
It’s time to bundle up and get cozy because winter in PEI is just around the corner! There is nothing like the glory of an Island winter snowfall with soft snowflakes swirling around lights that line the streets, Christmas carols soaring through crowds as markets ebb and flow with old … More
Getting into the holiday spirit may feel a bit different this year, but as we celebrate the season, there’s no doubt that despite the challenges there are still so many ways to bask in the joyful glow of Christmas. Twinkling lights, festive tunes, holiday treats full of sugar, spice and … More
To truly get a sense of the Island, you must experience the North Cape Coastal Drive. “Up West”, as it’s lovingly referred to by Islanders, is known for friendly people, coastal and pastoral beauty and delicious seafood. It’s not called “Canada’s Oyster Coast” for nothing! Rich in flavour, warmth and … More