The North Cape Coastal Drive's heritage is embedded in both the sea and in the soil, and our rich Acadian, Celtic, and Aboriginal cultures come to life across the patchwork of charming rural communities that make up the region. From our small halls to our city stages, we are a region who loves to share stories and entertain our visitors. So pack your camera, your dancing shoes, and your appetite, and come along for the ride.
Hike the land where the railway did once run and skim the surface of the ever-changing sea. You can embark on North Cape Coastal Drive adventures on your own or in the capable care of an outdoors expert.
Youth will have an opportunity to explore the evolution of entrepreneurship on PEI and foster an exchange of ideas about Prince Edward Island's entrepreneurial heritage and brainstorm about future business ideas. The forum will take place at the Rodd Mill River Resort and will feature Daryn Jones of MTV Fame, and our Island pride and joy, Megan Blanchard.
Registration is limited to 75 young people from ages 16-35. Registration is available online at westprinceyouthforum.com or by calling 853-3616.
Apr 15 - Apr 20
Watch the best players in the world battle at Eastlink Arena in Credit Union Place
Date: April 15 - April 20, 2014
Apr 24 - Nov 30
Summerside’s identity is defined by its relationship to its pristine harbour. The city’s natural history tour, developed in celebration of 2014, is designed to engage all of the senses, through exploration of the life of the waterfront. Plan to be a part of the hands-on fascinating tour.View full event details
Apr 24 - Nov 30
Summerside was a booming ‘twenty-something’ in 1864, rising from farmers’ fields morphed into an industrious waterfront where great sailing vessels were built. Summerside’s fathers of industry are celebrated in an eye-catching exhibit that stretches tastefully along Water Street, where keels for ships were the town’s foundation.View full event details
The North Cape Coastal Drive is home to some of the most breath-taking vistas on Prince Edward Island – a picturesque place where rolling emerald hills give way to rugged red cliffs, and winding dirt roads lead to pristine sandy beaches. It is also home to the world-famous oysters that have earned us the title, The Canadian Oyster Coast.