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56
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53
Flatwater Kayaking & Canoeing
2
Sea Kayaking
1
Other activities
Prince Edward Island has approximately 56 trails, including 53 for flatwater kayaking & canoeing, 2 for sea kayaking and 1 for other activities. The most popular trails are Hunter River (Clyde River), Trout River (Near Stanley River) and Bonshaw River. The last Trails.com member to complete a trail in Prince Edward Island was Marilyn Lipton who completed Trout River (Near Stanley River) .
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The Bonshaw River offers many hours of memorable paddling, depending on how far you decide ...
Do not be confused by the two names given to the same river. I was confounded for quite ...
North Rustico Harbour is an excellent point from which to launch for paddling in Rustico ...
Directly in front of the ramp is a series of sandbars sculpted by narrow channels. During ...
Tracadie Bay offers plenty of delightful paddling. In addition, there are some rather ...
Point Deroche Pond is a truly delightful freshwater pond. The entire shoreline is uninhabited.The ...
The Pisquid is very much a tidal river, so knowing when the tide is rising or falling ...
The Johnstons River is perhaps the best-kept secret on the Island. Actually, there are ...
St. Peters Lake offers a multitude of paddling pleasures. A few cottages are located on ...
As far as we are concerned, the Morell should be a Canadian Heritage River. It was probably ...
This guide contains information on paddling St. Peters Harbour & St. Peters Bay Ramp, ...
No matter where you are on the Island, be sure to make your way to the Larkin’s Pond Conservation ...
Big Pond is a gem of a paddling experience. It all begins by pushing off from a smooth ...
South Lake is absolutely majestic. On the seaward side it is bordered by barrier sand ...
Basin Head Lake is a long, narrow inlet that stretches north parallel to the shoreline. ...
This area is a bonanza for the canoe or kayak enthusiast. Its very name reflects our “good ...
From Poplar Point you can paddle either up- or downriver. (For a description of the upper ...
We drove clear across the Island when we heard that a new canoe/kayak trail had been developed ...
The very nature of the “serious” ramp leading to the pond indicates this is going to be ...
Launch your craft into Seal River Bay, which is an estuary of the Cardigan River. You ...
Paddle east into Cardigan Bay with the coast on your right. Proceed to St. Andrews Point, ...
Trois Rivieres (Three Rivers)—the very name reverberates with historical significance. ...
This guide contains information on paddling Panmure Island and St. Mary’s Bay & Graham ...
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