Situated around the dunes, the par 72, 6903-yard Links at Crowbush Cove offers a blend of traditional design and setting coupled with modern construction and maintenance techniques. With its seaside setting and the creative instincts of course designer Thomas McBroom, Crowbush Cove offers a British-links experience unmatched in all of Canada. The course features nine water holes, eight holes near the dunes, undulating fairways, pot bunkers, challenging greens built to USGA specifications, bentgrass tees and fairways, a practice range, and four sets of tees per hole. We are pleased to offer shuttle service to the clubhouse, club cleaning, and club storage. For more information on all of our Island courses, click here.
Some more of our on-site activity amenities include an indoor pool, outdoor whirlpool, tennis courts and fitness centre. Just a short walk from the resort you will find the beautiful Lakeside Beach. Relax on one of PEI’s famous sandy white beaches and enjoy the views of the North Shore. Beach shuttles are also provided from the resort. Greenwich, the newest addition to the Prince Edward Island National Park is a leisurely 25-minute drive from the resort, where you can escape into a truly unique landscape. Greenwich National Park is equipped with an extensive trail system, where you can hike and bicycle. There is also a wheelchair accessible loop, a floating boardwalk and an interpretive panel. There are numerous famous white sand beaches that are easily accessible from Rodd Crowbush, our staff would be delighted to assist you with directions and help you find the perfect beach to relax on.
Planning a vacation for the family? Shining Waters Family Fun Park, Sandspit Amusement Park and Burlington Amusement Park are must visit amusement parks for those families looking to create some long lasting summer fun memories. Don’t forget to stop by Cows Creamery for an ice cream cone before heading to the Brackley Drive In to catch the latest movies on the big outdoor screen. Weather not cooperating during your stay – don’t let a little rain ruin your vacation. There’s still a variety of activities to do and spots to visit that will keep you and your family dry: That Fun Place, Black Magic Indoor Blacklight Mini Golf, Ripley’s Believe It or Not!, Murphy’s Bowling Centre, Off the Wallz Trampoline Park, Happy Potter, Red Rock Climbing Wall and Panda Fun, just to name a few!
Are you a bit of a history buff? Do museums and historic sites intrigue you? Then you won’t want to miss visiting the following places on your next visit to PEI: Province House National Historic Site, Beaconsfield Historic House, Orwell Corner Historic Village, Roma at Three Rivers National Historic Site, Elmira Railway Museum, Point Prim Lighthouse, Panmure Island Lighthouse and Souris Historical Lighthouse.
Would you describe yourself as a foodie? Someone who has an ardent or refined interest in food and alcoholic beverages? Do you seek out new food experiences as a hobby rather than simply eating out of convenience or hunger? If so, PEI’s dining and culinary experiences will not disappoint you! From our many restaurants and breweries to festivals and events, like Fall Flavours and the PEI International Shellfish Festival – you won’t leave hungry!
Other popular area activities are horseback riding, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding, canoeing, cycling, deep sea fishing and much more! Looking for a local show to catch while you’re staying with us? Trailside Cafe is located just a short drive away in Mount Stewart and is described as a intimate gathering place where musicians feel at home and the audience is left awestruck. Our staff would be more than delighted to help you find the best activities to suite your needs to add to your vacation.
Are you looking for a more authentic PEI experience? Are you hoping to do more than just witness the Island way of life? In an ever-growing series of activities, you can work side-by-side with chefs, artisans, fishermen, farmers, musicians and a host of people who love what they do and want to share it with you. Authentic PEI Experiences has just what you need to have a holiday with some real life behind it.
Experience the Island like a local!
No one knows Prince Edward Island better than the people who live and explore it every day. Learn about beaches the locals use, the best spot for kayaking, find out where Islanders buy their fresh seafood and a best attraction to entertain the kids all day. Welcome PEI is a great guide to Prince Edward Island travel information on accommodations, festivals, dining, attractions and shops and a local’s blog dedicated to sharing all the BEST things to see and do in PEI from the insider’s perspective.
Outer Limit Sports
Looking to rent a bike to tour the beautiful downtown area of Charlottetown? Or maybe you want to head to the Bonshaw Hills or the Brookvale Nordic Trails? The Confederation Trail is always an option too. With bike rentals from Outer Limit Sports, maps of the Confederation Trail and the City of Charlottetown are available with each rental. They have everything you’ll need from rentals to bike tours and everything in between!