Rodd Confederation Inn & Suites

Trans Canada Hwy, P.O. Box 651, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A 7L3, Canada
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Festival of Lights - Canada Day celebrations

by fairy_dust

Canada Day is on July 1st. On that day and on the few days surrounding it, there are all sorts of events going on, especially down by the waterfront at Peake's Quay. This is known as the Festival of Lights. There's often carnival rides and games, outdoor concerts (Artists/bands such as David Usher, Shay, Rufus Wainwright, Kalan Porter, etc have done Canada Day concerts here), buskers, vendors, and fireworks at night. On July 1st, people walk around the waterfront wearing red and white, and carrying Canadian flags. The Canada Day celebrations in Charlottetown are the biggest ones in Atlantic Canada and are fun for the whole family.

Day trips outside Charlottetown

by fairy_dust

There are a lot of places outside of Charlottetown worth visiting.

Cavendish is one of the most popular ones, mainly because of Green Gables House and Cavendish Beach. It takes about a half hour or 45 min to drive there.

Summerside is a small city about an hour's drive outside of Charlottetown. It has a nice waterfront and the Jubilee Theatre often has shows in the summer.

If you like beaches, Cavendish Beach is not the only one. There is also Brackley, Stanhope, and Dalvay within the National Park. There are also a lot of other beaches hidden in the countryside where locals and visitors own/rent cottages for the summer.

Festivals

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In summer, there are several festivals going on in Charlottetown.

The Festival of Lights is the Canada Day celebration, and takes place on July 1 (Canada Day) and the days surrounding it. This is the biggest Canada Day celebration in Atlantic Canada. During this festival, there are bands, buskers, a carnival, and the Canada Day fireworks. It takes place at Peake's Quay.

About a week later, there is the Jazz and Blues festival, which is smaller but is growing (it's a newer event). Part of Queen Street is closed off during that time because the festival tent is set up in the road, and many bands also play in restaurants and bars in other places (mostly on Victoria Row).

The Charlottetown Festival goes on all summer, and includes shows like Anne of Green Gables and Canada Rocks.

Old Home Week is in the middle of August, at the Charlottetown Driving Park. It's mostly about horse racing, but there is a carnival/midway and farm animal exhibits. At the end of the week, there is a parade going through town.

Charlottetown Prince Edward Island

by Simonneeddy

"Prince Edward island"

visit to P.E.I on June 17th, 2001 (for the day from Shediac) was similar to the June 2000 trip as we also were in time for the cook out at Charlottetown and I got lots of pictures which follow.---------------- Before they built this bridge the only way to get to Prince Edward Island was by FERRY BOAT. (IT IS KNOWN AS THE CONFEDERATION BRIDGE TO PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND). We crossed here on Sunday afternoon June 18th 2000. Cost return $35.00 Canadian. We drove straight to Charlottetown waterfront and parked our car and took the bike and walking path to see the waterfront. We heard music in the distance and when we approached we saw that there was a stage set up with musicians playing and huge tents set up as well. They had a BBQ or COOK OUT going on and were raising money for the "HEART FUND". We had a meal consisting of a huge BAKED POTATO ( they grow them there and it is their biggest export) and Some BBQ ribs. A great meal for $5.00.WE drove around the city and saw the sites then
we returned to our rented cottage at Shediac Nova Scotia saying we would be back next year for a longer visit and tour of the Island.
Pro's: "Nice town on sea shore"

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Address: Trans Canada Hwy, P.O. Box 651, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, C1A 7L3, Canada