Prince Edward Island Virtual Tour
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Southern Kings County

Km 68:7 Mile 42.9:

Here, the King’s Byway takes a short detour off the main road. The side tour leads past more country homes and down to the banks of the Montague Harbour where you will see fishing and pleasure boats and some more mussel farming buoys.

Km 69.5: Mile 43.4:

At the bottom of the hill, look to the right and you will see a nice view of Georgetown across the harbour. Georgetown is the capital of Kings County and a year round deep water port with a long ship-building tradition.

Km 76.6: Mile 47.9:

Downtown Montague is the commercial centre of Southern King’s County. Head up the hill from the junction to Town and Country Aquatics Plus for a swim or workout, or you can continue along Main Street to the Garden of the Gulf Museum (the island's oldest museum). If you'd prefer to shop, there are many stores in the centre of town and a mall further up Main Street.

If you head across the river to the docks you can relax enjoy the river scenery.

Km 82.1: Mile 51.3:

A few kilometres past Montague you will come to the Poole’s Corner junction, you can stop in at the Provincial Visitor’s Information Centre and get your guide if you still don't have one. Poole's Corner was named after the Pooles who lived here in the 1800's. Turn right here toward Georgetown.

Km 87.8: Mile 54.9:
You should stop and visit Brudenell Resort and Provincial Park. The park section of Brudenell features family camping on the banks of the river.

Km 93: Mile 58.1:
As you enter Georgetown, the capital of Kings County, named in 1765 for King George III. Georgetown provides an abundance of history and architectural heritage for you to explore. You will see the historic King’s County Jail and the King’s Playhouse. Stop and relax in the town gardens or take in a play. Don’t go to jail.

Drop into the Georgetown Interpretive center, which highlights the early history and beginnings of this scenic waterfront town. You will be brought back in time as you discover the culture and history of the area and its people.

Visit the Engine Number 6 Café and taste mouthwatering island cuisine served with an abundance of island hospitality at it’s finest.

Walk the Confederation Tail located in front of the Railway Station.

Stay and play at the Historic Georgetown Inn one of the most luxurious four star Bed & Breakfast Inns on PEI.

If you drive to the point you will see the Georgetown Harbour, a deep-water harbour; its principal use is for lobster fishing and recreational boating. It is one of the finest sheltered harbours on the East Coast of Canada and an excellent harbour for water sports.

Thanks for participating in this part of the tour, we hope you enjoyed it.

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