Canada’s #1 Golf Destination

Prince Edward Island is “Canada’s #1 Golf Destination”, as determined by Golf Canada. When you visit, you’ll see why North Cape Coastal Drive’s rolling hills and numerous rivers and ponds make for a superb landscape for our world-class golf courses.

Whether you’re a beginner or a regular player, you’ll be enchanted by our beautifully laid-out and challenging courses. We’re pretty sure you’ll appreciate our green fees – lower than you might expect. Whether you choose to golf in Summerside or “Up West”, you’re never far from other pleasant attractions such as our pristine beaches, innovative restaurants and music and theater entertainment.

North Cape Coastal Drive is home to three of PEI’s finest courses.

PEI Ocean View Resort & Golf

PEI Ocean View Resort is situated one kilometer west of Summerside. It overlooks Summerside Harbour and features a spacious, modern clubhouse with a licensed restaurant and lounge. The restaurant overlooks the picturesque 18th hole, one of the most challenging finishing holes on PEI and one of six water holes on the course.

St. Felix Golf Course

Located just minutes from Alberton and Tignish in the West Prince area, St. Felix offers a quiet and secluded atmosphere. This nine-hole, par 36 course features championship design with meticulously shaped greens, strategically placed bunkers and ponds scattered around the course.

Mill River Resort

Mill River Resort features a mature forest golf course and 18 holes sure to challenge both the high and low handicap player. Wide rolling fairways, well-bunkered greens, subtle elevation changes and numerous lakes and streams make each hole a pleasure to play.

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246 Heather Moyse Dr., Summerside

101 Water St., Summerside

 

150 Heather Moyse Dr., Summerside

719 Water St. East, Summerside

Baywalk Boardwalk
370 Water St., Summerside

130 Heather Moyse Dr., Summerside

618 Water St. East, Summerside

From Route 2 on the Central Coastal Drive (south shore) just east of Summerside, turn south onto Route 1A and drive for 10 km (6.3 miles). Turn right onto Route 171 (Callbeck Street), and then after 1.9 km (1.2 miles) turn right on Route 112 towards Lower Bedeque. Follow Route 112 to its end where you will see the Indian Head Lighthouse at the end of the breakwater. At low tide it is sometimes possible to walk out to the lighthouse.

150 Heather Moyse Dr., Summerside

From Route 2 turn onto Water Street at Reads Corner. Turn left at the intersection with lights at MacEwen Road and Glover Shore Road. Turn onto Glover Shore Road and you will see it a short distance away on your right.

250 Water St., Summerside

From Route 2, turn onto Water Street at Reads Corner. Continue heading west on Water Street until you reach a juncture with South Drive. At this point you will see this range light.

From Route 2 turn at Reads Corner onto Water Street. Continue heading west until you reach MacKenzie Drive.  You can see it adjacent to the boardwalk.

 

Grounds open/tower closed.

Throughout Summerside

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