Located in Gladstone (Route 348, just 5 km northwest of Murray Harbour), Kings Castle, a family day use park featuring open areas for games, woodland trails, storybook character statues, and a variety of equipment and forts. Here you will find a riverfront beach with a beautiful view of Murray River. The park features a beach area, change rooms, and a two-sided kitchen shelter -- great for family or group barbecues. Pets are permitted on leash.
A weekly Farmers Market established in 2014, the Murray Harbour Farmers Market operates at the Murray Harbour Community Centre on Saturdays from the first Saturday in July until the middle Saturday in October (9AM to Noon). A collection of local artists, artists, bakers, farmers and producers, the mantra of the Market is BUY LOCAL!
The Market is a great way to meet the residents, have a chat, learn about our area and find that something special.
You may enter a visitor but you will leave knowing that you have found a place called HOME!
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Murray Harbour, PE
Nellie’s Landing Marina offers limited berths for boaters and unique accommodation rentals, including 2 moored houseboats and 2 floating panoramic wine barrels. Located in the heart of the village, Nellie’s Landing is within walking distance to a restaurant, general store, Farmer’s market (Saturdays), the Confederation Trail, and is a 5 minute drive to some fabulous local beaches. E–bike rentals are also available on site with recommended tour routes of the area and local attractions, including Cape Bear Lighthouse & Marconi Station, Rossignol’s Winery & Newman’s Winery, and Double Hill Cidery.
Rail Head Park is located at the head of the Confederation Trail in Murray Harbour and marks the former “last stop” of the Canadian National Railway line. The park is an ideal place to enjoy a picnic, learn about the local history of the railway, or to start/finish a trail hike or bike ride.
The Confederation Trail is PEI's portion of the Trans Canada Trail. Murray Harbour is the final stop on the Confederation Trail’s 80-kilometre Stratford-to-Murray Harbour branch. Whether you’re setting out to do the tip-to-tip or just taking a couple of hours to walk/bike a short section, the trail is a great way to explore the natural beauty of the area.