To See & Do

Stompin’ Tom Centre – Open Daily 11am to 7pm June 1 to Sept 30 – Daily live entertainment, award winning Dinner Theatres, Festival Series, Food, Gift Shop & Interpretive Centre

North Cape Experience – Open Daily Mothers Day to Thanksgiving – Wind Energy Interpretive Centre, Gift Shop, Wind & Reef Restaurant, Black Marsh Nature Trail & Longest Rock Reef in North America

Quaint Little Fishing Harbours an abundance of fresh seafood available!!

  • Jude’s Point
  • Seacow Pond
  • Skinners Pond
  • Miminegash

O’Leary Potato Museum *the only one in Canada!!

Tignish Museum and Cultural Center

St Simon & St Jude Catholic Church & Pipe Organ

St Felix Golf & Country Club

Mill River Provincial Golf Course

Explore PEI A great site that allows you to make up your own Holiday Itinerary


The West Prince section of the Confederation Trail has lots to offer the outdoor enthusiast. Starting in Tignish and winding throughout communities of West Prince and into East Prince, you will find the longest continuous trail on P.E.I. with a stone dust topping – 127 KM in total.

What a wonderful way to unwind, get some exercise and enjoy the fresh air in a safe and  relaxing environment. Pack a lunch or plan to stop at one of the communities where luncheon facilities are available.  For those who enjoy bird watching, or if fishing is a favorite past-time, you won’t be disappointed. Some of the best known fishing holes are along the trail.

Guests of Driftwood Country Cottages will have bikes available to them to tour the area.


St.  Simon and St. Jude Catholic Church was built in 1860 and is constructed of locally made red brick. The church has cathedral ceilings, spectacular  icons, and  contains one of the first Tracker pipe organs in North America which was constructed in 1882 by Louis Mitchell.

Organ tours may be arranged by phoning the church organist, J. Henri Gaudet at (902) 882 -2488. Summer organ recitals given by noted organists are held during July & August



North Cape Site

Longest Natural Reef In North America

North Cape is famous for its natural rock reef which sees the waters of the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Northumberland Strait meet with magnificent results. At low tide, you can stroll along the reef and enjoy the many seabirds and marine life or watch the seals relaxing in the sheltered water.

Black Marsh Nature Trail

Interpretive Center, Gift Shop and the famous Wind & Reef Restaurant & Lounge

The North Cape Interpretive Center, is the ideal location to spend an afternoon. The complex houses a gift shop, a marine aquarium, the interpretive center, and the fully licensed  Wind & Reef Restaurant….Enjoy the panoramic view as you dine on the deliciously prepared local seafood!!

And only a “stones throw away” you’ll find the North Cape Natural Rock Reef.

Wind Energy Institute of Canada (WEICan)

At North Cape, WEICan, a joint initiative of the federal and provincial governments, has been involved in the development and testing of wind energy systems for more than 25 years. A number of wind turbines can be  viewed operating at the site as they convert the energy contained in moving wind, into electricity and feed it into the local electrical grid. This wind generated electricity helps reduce the amount of electricity generated from fossil fuels but the primary function of WEICan is to conduct research and development (R&D) in wind energy technology. Typically, WEICan has a number of R&D and testing projects, each investigating different aspects of technology underway. Information on activities at WEICan, and on wind energy in general, is available at the North Cape Interpretative Centre.