How to Have a Festive Fall in PEI

Discovering Prince Edward Island in the fall is like stumbling into a wonderland. Each street is filled with bright oranges, reds, and yellows as the colours of the leaves approach their peak. The smell of wood stoves, crisp apples, and the salty ocean mingle in the air. Days become gradually … More

An Eastern PEI Adventure

Points East Coastal Drive’s winding roads are breathtaking, their shops are small and unique, and the local food, straight from the ocean or farmers’ fields, is what the Island is all about! When The Redhead Roamer paired up with Activate Our Island to explore eastern PEI, there was no doubt … More

Exploring the Heart of PEI

As we look back on summer and move ahead towards fall,  we can all agree that there’s no place on earth we would rather be than in PEI. The delicious food, the local shops and the breathtaking sunsets night after night; we can’t get enough of this amazing island. In … More

City Life with Island Style

When it comes to favourite cities, it’s no wonder that Charlottetown is at the top of the list for so many people! This historic, vibrant, bustling hub near the centre of the Island has incredible views, a thriving arts and culture scene, and food & restaurants that are truly world-class. … More

Dalvay by the Sea – An Essential PEI Experience

Dalvay By the Sea

There’s something timeless and effortlessly romantic about Dalvay by the Sea. This elegant Victorian Inn and National Historic Site stands proudly along PEI’s North Shore, where it’s a treasured destination for visitors and Islanders. Grand Beginnings and Victorian Design Alexander MacDonald was a wealthy businessman and one-time president of the … More

A Road Trip to Adventure in Western PEI

Welcome to the North Cape Coastal Drive where you will find beauty around every turn! There are colourful sail boats coming in and out of the harbour, charming villages, waves crashing against the majestic fiery-red cliffs and sandy beaches, and lively music that emanates from historic buildings. “Up West” might … More