Southern Queens County
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Pinette and the Pinette River were named for Noel Pinet, a native of Nova Scotia who migrated to Île Saint-Jean in 1738, settling at what became known as Anse à Pinet. Île Saint-Jean was the French name for the Island before it was renamed Prince Edward Island by the British.
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Climbing the lighthouse has probably made you very hungry. Stop in at the Selkirk Lobster Suppers for a feed of lobster and other Island delicacies. Once you're refreshed, head across the highway to the Selkirk Provincial Park. The Park is home to the Belfast Highlands Golf Course. One of the newest courses on the Island, Belfast Highlands features nine demanding and beautiful holes. Stop and enjoy the view from the 7th green. When you're finished you can give yourself a pat on the back for managing a par on the 9th
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Don't leave the Island without considering buying your own small piece of paradise. Turn right at Eldon and follow Route 206 for a few kilometers to view a wonderful home that could be yours. Throughout this area the farms roll away into the Island's small valleys.
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The rolling hills around Orwell provide some of the most beautiful views in the area. At Orwell turn right at the sign to Orwell Corner Village. The Village is an historic property maintained by the P.E.I. Museum and Heritage Foundation and features turn of the century buildings and implements The staff demonstrate period methods and techniques and the sheep eat the grass just like in the old days. There are kittens to chase and candies to buy in the old general store and don't forget to check the calendar of events for onsite activities.
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