From the Confederation Bridge in Borden-Carleton to St. Peter’s Bay is 109km and will take you approximately 82 minutes to drive. From Borden-Carleton you follow the Trans Canada Highway (Route 1) until you get to Charlottetown. From Charlottetown you follow Highway 2 until you get to St. Peter’s Bay.
Wood Islands Ferry
The Northumberland Ferry from Caribou Nova Scotia will take you to Wood Islands Prince Edward Island. From Wood Islands to St. Peter’s Bay is 54km and will take you approximately an hour and five minutes to drive. From Wood Islands Road drive North towards Commercial Road (23km). Turn left at Commercial Road and continue on Wood Islands Road. Turn left onto Main Street and continue on A.A. MacDonald Highway. Continue on Alley’s Mill Road (Route 4). Turn left when you get to the Cardigan Road (Route 313). Continue on Route 313 until you get to St. Peter’s Bay.
Iles de la Madeleine Ferry
From the Iles de la Magdeleine CTMA Ferry Terminal in Souris to St. Peter’s Bay is 29km and will take you approximately 26 minutes to drive. From the Ferry Terminal turn left onto Breakwater Street and head towards Cliff Crescent. Turn right at Parkside Avenue and then turn left when you get to Main Street. Continue om Route 2 until you get to St. Peter’s Bay.
From the Charlottetown Airport to St. Peter’s Bay is 50km and will take you approximately 37 minutes to drive. From the Airport, head southwest on MacRae Drive towards Norwood Road and turn left at onto St. Peter’s Road. Travel on St. Peter’s Road until you reach St. Peter’s Bay.
Cable Head Air Park
Located just a few minutes from St. Peter’s Bay is the Cable Head Air Park-a privately owned air strip. The Cable Head Air Park is open seasonally for personal use and has a grass runway. For more information about this facility please contact the owner, James G. Whitty of Cable Head.