The Southwest Arm of New London Bay is an area of scenic diversity.
With fields by the
(45k) and farms nestled in the rolling
take the time to enjoy the scenery.
New London is the birthplace
of Lucy Maud Montgomery
. The home where she was born is now
an historic site and you can visit her birthplace and see her
room and wedding dress. Keep your eyes open for Anne
because she may be around. Turn left and follow route 6.
The Stanley River
flows into New London Bay. The area is popular as a summer retreat
and boats of all types ply the waters of the bay. One of the best
craft shops on the Island is located here right next to one of
the best restaurants. Just after you cross the bridge, turn left
is located in the P.E.I. National Park. The white
, dunes and warm ocean waters are make the beach
the most popular on the Island. The dunes provide protection for
ponds and a diversity of flora and fauna. The boardwalk leading
to the beach is a good place to stop and watch for birds in the
Green Gables Cottage and the Green Gables Golf Course are
also nearby. This photo
of the area shows the beach and parking lot in the foreground,
and the golf course. In the middle of the golf course is Green
Gable House made famous as the place where Anne lived.
Many historic buildings in the area have been restored and the
exception. Just past the lights at the junction of routes 6 and
13, we'll continue straight ahead.
Less than a kilometre down the road, in the quieter
part of Cavendish
you will find some great places to stay.
Relax in comfortable and pleasant surroundings and enjoy the entertainment
amenities of the Cavendish area. In Cavendish you'll find beaches,
shopping, dining, entertainment, amusement parks and many other
activities to make your stay on Prince Edward Island a memorable