|My feet at Rustico Beach, PEI. Wow... they look really white and freaky...|
Here's a few suggestions:
- Go to the beach. I'm not talking the public beaches, they can be SUPER crowded depending on the time of year. I recommend one of the state parks or the beaches on the tips of the island, such as Tignish Beach on the west or Campbell Beach on the east. Of course, Cavendish or Brackley Beach are lovely as well, but will be a bit more populated.
- Walk or bike the Confederation Trail (maybe not all of it, but some of it!), weather permitting.
- If you go during tourist season, check out one of the festivals or the College of Piping and Celtic Performing Arts in Summerside (they do concerts, or you can take a tour).
- Try a Culinary Boot Camp at Holland College if you enjoy cooking. They were closed for the week when we were there (early June), but I've heard great reviews and want to do this the next time we go! It is a bit pricey, but if you're as obsessed with cooking as I am, it may just be worth the cost.
- Play in the Clay at Right off the Batt pottery in Borden-Carleton (right off the Confederation Bridge). This was SO much fun, I'll be posting about this a little later.
- Check out the many historical sites, museums, and exhibits PEI has to offer (more about them in a separate post also).
- Visit the Brackley Drive In for a blast from the past Date Night. They show current movies, but the drive in itself is styled like the 1950's including the music they play until the show starts! The first film is typically a family or kid friendly film, and admission includes 2 full length films and a free soft drink.