You’re on vacation – there is no judging - if you feel like eating lobster four times a day, we won’t say a word! In fact, though it may seem decadent, lobster is actually one of the true original health foods: low in fat and carbohydrates and high in protein, and an excellent source of vitamin B12 and heart-healthy Omega-3. The Prince Edward Island lobster industry is family run and a designated sustainable fishery. So – why not go crazy for this delicious natural shellfish and enjoy lobster every chance you get.
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Red Shores Racetrack & Casino is one of the leading entertainment establishments in Atlantic Canada with a casino, horse racing and restaurants! The world of racing is riveting and full of fascination, and as a matter of fact, the Red Shores Charlottetown Driving Park is known as the Kentucky of Canada for its rich history in harness racing.
The thrill of live harness racing is deeply rooted in Prince Edward Island’s culture. Every year, visitors from around the world travel to the trade-mark red soil of the Island for the opportunity to be a... More
As the snow falls, the cold air blows, and we all stay bundled up in our homes to stay warm, there’s no denying the fact that we’re all daydreaming of a PEI summer right about now. Whether you’re on the island, slowly watching the ocean freeze over and blanket of … More
Points East Coastal Drive’s winding roads are breathtaking, their shops are small and unique, and the local food, straight from the ocean or farmers’ fields, is what the Island is all about! When The Redhead Roamer paired up with Activate Our Island to explore eastern PEI, there was no doubt … More
We could all use a little vacation right about now, and luckily we don’t have to go far to find the perfect getaway destination! There’s no better place to explore than our very own PEI! Activate Our Island is your vacation-station for inspiration, itineraries, packages, and adventures across PEI. Whether … More
To truly get a sense of the Island, you must experience the North Cape Coastal Drive. “Up West”, as it’s lovingly referred to by Islanders, is known for friendly people, coastal and pastoral beauty and delicious seafood. It’s not called “Canada’s Oyster Coast” for nothing! Rich in flavour, warmth and … More