Why PEI?


Prince Edward Island is known as the birthplace of Confederation. In 1864, the provinces of New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario and Québec met in Charlottetown to form the new nation. It was a richly eventful time. You can relive the drama by visiting Province House and Founders’ Hall, and by joining any number of tours. But archaeologists have found evidence of early Mi’kmaq settlement that dates thousands of years before the historic Charlottetown Conference.

Early European settlers arrived mainly from Scotland, England and Ireland and their influence is obvious in the names found on mailboxes, the lilting accent of the people and the omnipresent Celtic music. The Island’s Acadians have their roots in France and a visit to La Région Évangéline will introduce you to their tumultuous history. This blend of cultures and heritage is represented in a lively and entertaining way in the small halls across the province. Ceilidhs (a Gaelic word for party or a good time), community concerts and Acadian supper theatre are wonderful introductions to PEI cultural traditions.

The Island Way of Life fosters creativity in its people, and as you explore PEI, you will soon understand why so many artists find inspiration in the gentle Island landscape. Nature forms the foundation of fine creations such as earthy pottery in Breadalbane, the graceful lines of contemporary woodwork in Rustico, or colourful paintings of Island scenes throughout PEI. A PEI Studio Tour offers you the chance to watch artisans at work. Or perhaps you will put your own talents to the test when you sign up for one of our Once in a Lifetime Experiences.

Looking for sophisticated glass in a stylish setting? We have it. Want some hand-knit mittens made from Island wool? Got that too. How about a painting or print that captures the special Island light? Yes, of course. The gifts and souvenirs available on Prince Edward Island vary as widely as the waves on the ocean. We hope the ones you take home will remind you of your special vacation on our gentle Island.



• Use is restricted to individuals (and their guests) that had a 2021 season membership at Crowbush or Brudenell or have purchased a 2022 membership. Non-members cannot book time on the simulator. Members are accountable for guests and must ensure they know and understand the simulator guidelines. Our online waiver must be completed prior to your reservation.


• Indoor footwear must be worn, clean sneakers or clean spikeless golf shoes are required. All outdoor footwear must remain at the entrance to the simulator room.


• Golf clubs and balls being used must be clean and free of markings. Worn golf balls, dirt in the grooves and face of clubs, and ink markings on golf balls shorten the life of our screen and can cause tears.


• Any damage done to the simulator equipment or the simulator room and furniture is the responsibility of the user to replace.


• Food and drinks are not permitted in the simulator room.


• The simulator room is monitored by video surveillance.


• Covid regulations require that all users must provide a valid vaccination pass and wear a mask at all times outside the simulator room.


• In the case of a winter storm simulator golf may be canceled, all bookings will be notified as soon as possible.


• Failure to follow any of these mandatory guidelines will result in a suspension of your simulator use.

Golf Course Updates:  


Our team worked incredibly hard this past week and we can now announce Brudenell River is open for play as of October 1, 2022.     


The clean-up continues on the Dundarave Golf Course and our maintenance team are working diligently to have the course safe for re-open.  We will have an update on the progress shortly.  


We regret to report that The Links at Crowbush Cove will not re-open this season.  Work required to cleanup after Hurricane Fiona will take time. If you have a tee time reservation at Crowbush Cove you will receive a cancellation notice over the coming days.