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Montague Via Route 4 to Georgetown Via Route 3 to Cardigan Via Route 321
Roma at Three Rivers C3
Location: Rte. 319 at the end of the Brudenell Point Road
The three rivers, Cardigan, Georgetown and Montague flow into Cardigan Bay hence the name “Three Rivers”. In 1732 Jean Pierre Roma settled here and founded a base for control of the Gulf fisheries and trade with Louisbourg, France, Quebec and the West Indies. It is said that all PEI roads during this era led to the Roma site, which was destroyed by fire after the fall of Louisbourg in 1745. The Mi’kmaq people lived at the point long before the advent of European fishermen as evidenced by artifacts from their culture, which have been discovered in the area. This settlement is being reconstructed to bring us back in time.
Brudenell Provincial Park
Location: Rte. 3
Brudenell River is the largest provincial park in eastern Prince Edward Island. In addition to two 18-hole championship golf courses, Brudenell and Dundarave, you will also find the Brudenell Golf Academy. The park has a multitude of activities to amuse campers and day visitors: a marina, river beach, wildflower garden, hiking trails as well as daily activities scheduled as part of Brudenell's recreation and interpretive programs for children and adults. A naturalist is available to inform visitors and locals of the natural features of Prince Edward Island. Private sector operators also provide tennis, horseshoes, lawn bowling, canoeing, windsurfing, sea kayaking, and horseback riding along the shore, ocean-view tours and seal watching cruises. Take a walk to Brudenell Island and visit the burial ground for the Scottish settlers.
Brudenell Island
Location: Rte. 3, Brudenell Provincial park
The island has a path through the trees, which enables you to walk around this tiny island where an old Scottish burial site is located. There are benches position around the island for you to relax and enjoy the scenery.
Kings Playhouse
Location: Rte. 3, Georgetown
The Kings Playhouse, the cultural centre for the performing arts in Eastern P.E.I., features live theater productions in the summer months, and other programs throughout the year. The original Playhouse was designed to be a community centre/townhall. It was built in 1897, and was designed by the notable Island architect William Critchlow Harris.

One fateful day, a train failed to stop at the railway terminal on the opposite side of the street. The errant vehicle crossed Kent Street and slammed into the side of the venerable building, almost striking several individuals who were working inside the structure. Furthermore, a large tinted window located on the west side of the building was severely damaged.

In 1983, as the theater was being further renovated, tragedy struck. In February of that year, during the worst storm of the season, fire broke out and destroyed the building. A group of individuals who refused to be disheartened by this stroke of fate sought to begin the process of rebuilding. Based on the original design, and after much painstaking work, the new building - christened the 'Kings Playhouse' - opened its doors to the public in 1987. Come and enjoy theatrical performances and concerts featuring Maritime artists. Call for information: (902)652-2053 / 1-877-262-5599

AA MacDonald Gardens
Location: Rte. 3 Georgetown
The A.A. MacDonald Memorial Gardens. located in the heart of the community in Kent Square, is named after "Georgetown's Father of Confederation." Visitors are most welcomed to stroll through the site and enjoy its beauty and simplicity. Ample park benches and picnic tables allow the visitor to relax in undisturbedsurroundings. As one takes in the pleasant ambience, featured within view is a public style gazebo.
Holy Trinity Anglican Church
Location: Georgetown, Rte. 3
Built in 1842 and enlarged in 1860, this church has a square tower, which was typical of early Anglican churches. During the enlargement nave windows were added and the exterior was painted a deep ochre with the original white trim. Still today it is a beautiful restored historic landmark.
All Saints Roman Catholic Church
Location: Cardigan Rte. 313
Built in 1874 this church is designed in the French Gothic Revival style. The church has an upper gallery and a most inspiring Gothic alter made with Italian Marble and Nova Scotia freestone. You can’t miss the tall gothic windows; a three staged buttressed tower and a Marian archway.
Cardigan Marina & Heritage Center
Location: Rte. 3
More Information coming soon.
Cardigan Fish Hatchery Trail D12
Location: Cardigan Head, Rte. 5
This trail is a 0.6 km loop that crosses over a fish ladder and dam. The trail follows the stream back to the hatchery where you will see large pools of salmon and trout. Stop in and see a working enhancement fish hatchery and the Water Science Centre for interesting information on water and natural resources. Guided tours are available for the trail. There is a u-fish pond on the trail as well, where you can catch the big one! Or talk about the one that got away…