Murray River, Murray Harbour and Wood Islands, PEI, Canada are located on the southern tip of Prince Edward Island. The small villages, combined, provide the amenities, services, attractions and ferry transportation on the southern half of the island.
Top attractions, adventures and activities most enjoyed in and around Murray Harbour - Wood Islands, PEI, Canada and the surrounding areas includes beachcombing, fishing, boating, hiking, sailing, cycling, biking, sightseeing, picnicking, ocean kayaking, birding, golfing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and xc skiing.
A few of the more popular, some would say best, activity destinations and sightseeing highlights located in and around Murray Harbour - Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island includes the Confederation Trail, King's Castle Provincial Park, Rail Head Park, Northumberland Provincial Park, Wood Islands Provincial Park, Poverty Beach, Pinette Park, and Beck Trail.
There are sightseeing attractions, historical sites and cultural events in and around Murray Harbour - Wood Islands Prince Edward Island. Some of the top lighthouses and museums to visit include the Cape Bear Lighthouse, Marconi Museum, Beach Point Lighthouse, Point Prim Lighthouse, and the Wood Islands Lighthouse.
Services important in and around Murray River, Murray Harbour and Wood Islands include accommodations, restaurants, general stores, winery, grocery store, gas stations, gift shops, internet, liquor stores, pubs, ATM, marinas and ferry transportation.
Transportation services getting to and from Murray Harbour - Wood Islands, Prince Edward Island includes the main roads of course (Hwy 24 & 18), and then there is a taxi, bus, marina, and Charlottetown Airport YYG (59 minute drive - 70 kms) and the Northumberland Ferries (20 minutes - 21 kms).