Activities and attractions on Prince Edward Island include visiting Green Gables Heritage Place, looking for lighthouses along the rocky coast and camping at Red Point Provincial Park. The Shining Waters Family Fun Park in Cavendish is available for those craving a bit of water fun.
Green Gables Heritage Place is a recreation of the film site for the TV series "Ann of Green Gables." Trails lead through the park to the Victorian home used in the series and the various outbuildings. The Green Gables House is open to visitors, as are the barn and the woodshed. Nearby is the L.M. Montgomery Cavendish National Historic Site of Canada, dedicated to Lucy Maud Montgomery, writer of the original novel.
Hop on any seaside roadway on Prince Edward Island, and a lighthouse soon comes into view. The oldest structure is at Point Prim, built in 1846. It is one of the few Canadian lighthouses made of brick. The Cape Bear lighthouse, dating back to 1881, was where the first distress signal from the Titanic was heard. The lighthouse has one of the seven Marconi wireless stations installed on Prince Edward Island early in the 20th century.
Red Point Provincial Park combines the beauty of a beachfront setting with the amenities of a modern campground. Open from early June through September, RV and tent campers are welcome. Shining Waters Family Fun Park at Cavendish Beach offers wet and wild thrill rides for the older crowd and tamer adventures for smaller children.