Rodd Crowbush Golf & Beach Resort
The cottages and upscale rooms of this four-star property will make it easy for you to kick back, relax, and enjoy the start of an unforgettable trip.
If you grew up with the Anne of Green Gables books, you likely imagined living among the rugged beauty of Prince Edward Island, which inspired the fictitious locale of Avonlea. Known as “The Maritimes,” Canada’s east coast is truly a childhood dream come true, and the best way to explore it is on two wheels. Far more memorable will be the sunny attitudes of your guides, your fellow tour mates, and the friendly locals you meet along the way. The luxurious accommodations and wonderful fresh seafood are sure to make a matchng impression! Don’t miss out on this Canadian jewel.
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Prince Edward Island sits just off the country’s east coast. Our vans will meet you at the Charlottetown airport to whisk you off to scenic Crowbush, where you’ll meet your tour guides and the rest of your group.
Crowbush is perfect for adventure with a variety of activities to choose from, - in addition to riding, of course! Golf, kayaking, hiking, and beachside fun all attract visitors to this corner of Prince Edward Island.
Teetering on the edge of the Prince Edward Island National Park, this historic site will make you feel worlds away from your troubles back home. Founded by the former Rockefeller-contemporary businessman Alexander MacDonald in 1895, the house is well known by Anne of Green Gables fans as the White Sands Hotel from the 1990s movies. More recently, it enjoyed a visit from Prince William and Kate Middleton on their honeymoon.
Get ready for spectacular scenery today! It will inspire you as we travel along the stunning Prince Edward Island coastline and the undulating roads we wind around will all be fully paved. If you get a second wind and want to experience more off the bike, Dalvay Lake is a popular site for all manner of water sports, including canoeing, kayaking and paddle boarding.
While we won’t clock as many kilometers today, beautiful coastal rides are hardly a thing of the past as we enter Fortune Bay. If you have the time and inclination, take to the water while you’re in town. The area’s kayaking is superb. If pedaling along the seashore wore you out, relax on Basin Head Beach and watch the sunset.
Get a good look at the slices of Canadian coast we see on today’s ride around Fortune Bay. They’ll be some of your last as we have just one more night in this charming town. If you’re looking for a souvenir to remember your week by, wander down to Teri Hall’s Fire and Water Creations studio. The local artisan turns sea glass found in the area into jewelry celebrating the wonders of Mother Nature.
After breakfast, it’s time to bid farewell to your guides and new friends. If you’re not staying behind, our vans can escort you to the Charlottetown airport as you catch a parting glimpse of Prince Edward Island.
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