A trip to Belfast PEI and Wild Pines Cabins is a lot more than just a really nice cabin. Our real strength is all of the amazing things to do that are on our doorstep or just a short drive away.
PEI's best kept golfing secret a true coastal gem that has many challenging holes. visit them at https://belfasthighlandgreens.ca/
Just a short 5 minute stroll further down Selkirk Park road and you can access the beach, while not suitable for swimming, is ideal for strolls and has specatular views of the surrounding Orwell bay and the large coastal red cliffs that dominate the golf course.
Lord Selkirk Park Features a regulation size beach volleyball court. Court has real beach sand and has the best view from any beach volley ball court anywhere.
The pool is only a 2 minute walk from Wild Pines Cabins! Open in the Summer only, Lord Selkirk Park features a community pool. They offer low prices and both individual and family packages.
Located between the pool and the beach volleyball court the park has a childrens playground and swing set as well as grass play areas.
Next door to Wild Pines Cabins is the wonderful Croft House museum that has lots of information and artifacts to explore all about the local history of the Belfast PEI regoin. visit them on the web
At the top of the campground only a 5 minute walk from Wild Pines Cabins is a great hiking loop that goes around the permitter of the Golf course through old growth acadian hardwood forest and along the top of the highest coastal cliffs on PEI. This is a must do for any stay at Wild Pines Cabins
Just steps from the community pool and 2 minute walk from Wild Pines Cabins is a newly renovated in 2022 mini putt course.
Great for family fun!
Lord Selkirk Park operates a seasonal full service campground that is only a couple minute walk down the road. You can plan a stay at Wild Pines Cabins while friends are camping at Lord Selkirk Park see them on their Website - https://belfasthighlandgreens.ca/camping/
Only 1.5 km from Wild Pines Cabins is Coopers Store. they have everything you need to have a great glamping experience!
Located in beautiful “downtown” Belfast, this friendly, family-owned grocery store has been proudly serving the community since 1960. They carry a huge variety of food, liquor hardware and automotive products as well as many other convenience items.
Affectionately known as “The Mall” by local residents, the food market offers a full line of grocery items including; fresh meats and deli, fresh produce (locally grown when available), delicious home baking, frozen foods and convenience items such as subs, sandwiches, coffee and cold drinks.
Just a short 5 minute drive away is the Ponds Rd beach it is the closest swimming beach to Wild Pines Cabins. There are over 50 beaches in Eastern PEI that are all within short driving distance away. See the Points East Coastal Drive Webpage for more details. Highlights include: Basin Head (85km) Pamure Island (44km) and Poverty Beach (43km).
The greater Belfast area hosts a variety of fantastic restaurants for those camping days when you dont want to cook out:
Located at the end of Point Prim and just 15 km from Wild Pines Cabins. Point Prim Lighthouse is the oldest lighthouse on Prince Edward Island. It is unique, as it is the only round brick lighthouse on PEI and one of three in Canada. They have a gift shop and do tours visit their website here
Located just 15 km west of Wild Pines Cabins just off the Trans Canada Highway is one of PEI's best museums and activity centres.
Surround yourself with the mood, charm and activities of a small Prince Edward Island agricultural crossroads in the 1890s. Engage in daily programming specially designed to keep children happy while also learning and having fun with the animals. Drop by the general store and the PEI Agricultural Heritage Museum. Visit a working blacksmith shop and stroll through the beautiful gardens. For lunch, why not have a picnic outside the old schoolhouse or by a scenic look-off to the beautiful Orwell Bay.
Love the Outdoors like we do at Wild Pines Cabins? You have to check out some of PEI's awesome hiking trails. Visit our friends at Island trails for more info https://islandtrails.ca/
To name a few within a short drive: