Covehead Lighthouse

Historic and beautiful lighthouse in Covehead Prince Edward Island.

Covehead Lighthouse, located in the PEI National Park was first built in 1967 and was rebuilt in 1975.  There is a plaque on this lighthouse describing the Yankee Gale storm that claimed at least 74 ships and over 150 lives in 1851. Covehead Lighthouse is one of the most photographed…

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Cape Tryon Lighthouse

Beautiful Lighthouse in Cape Tryon Prince Edward Island.

Cape Tryon Lighthouse was built in 1906 and guided mariners along the northern coast of PEI, providing warning of the shallow waters that reached far beyond the shore. Lucy Maud Montgomery, author of Anne of Green Gables writes about a beautiful lighthouse being built along a red sandstone cliff in her…

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West Point Lighthouse

Beautiful lighthouse in West Point Prince Edward Island.

West Point Lighthouse was built in 1875 and is Prince Edward Island’s tallest lighthouse. Attached to this lighthouse is a museum that operates year-round. May through October there is a 4 star inn! While your visiting, why not explore the mystic Fairy Trails behind the lighthouse.

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East Point Lighthouse

Historic lighthouse in East Point Prince Edward Island

East Point Lighthouse was built in 1867 and played an important role in navigating fishing traffic and local flying schools in the winter months. Today this lighthouse offers on-site tours, a craft shop, and a café. It is here that you can see three ocean tides meeting including; The Atlantic…

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Cape Bear Lighthouse

Cape Bear Lighthouse was built in 1881 located in the Southern East End of PEI near Murray Harbour, one hour outside of Charlottetown. As you drive along the beautiful coast of Eastern PEI you can even see sights of Nova Scotia in the distance. The Marconi Station formerly located at…

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