400+ kilometre activity trail exploring Prince Edward Island
Confederation Trail is the signature trail on Prince Edward Island for year round activity, sightseeing and for traveling from community to community. The 400 Kilometre long trail connects to parks, historic sites, and most of the main PEI communities including Charlottetown, Murray River, Tignish, Summerside, Georgetown, Montague, and Souris.
Confederation Trail adventures, tours, guides and activities most enjoyed in and around PEI are hiking, walking, jogging, birding, biking, cycling, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, xc skiing and sightseeing. Use of trail varies per section so please check in advance.
A few of the more popular amenities and services located in and on the Confederation Trail includes sandy beaches, historic sites, sightseeing benches, monuments, interpretive signs, restaurants, rest stops, viewing platforms and more.
Places to play, and highlights located in and on the Confederation Trail near Charlottetown includes the PEI Potato Museum, North Cape Lighthouse, Kensington Railroad National Historic Site, Cabot Beach Provincial Park, PEI National Park, Province House, Brudenell Bridge, Roma Point, Red Point Provincial Park, Basin Head, and East Point Lighthouse.