The 288 acre Wild Duck Cove land development project is located in West Covehead on the MacMillan Point Road off Highway 6 (2 km east of Highway
15) in Brackley.
It is 15 minutes to the City of Charlottetown and the
Charlottetown Airport is about 10 minutes away south on Brackley Road Highway 15.
The City of Summerside is a 45 minute drive and most of the other
popular Island destinations are within one hour.
The hub of the Atlantic Provinces, Moncton, New Brunswick, is two
hours drive via the Confederation Bridge.
Halifax, Nova Scotia, and the International Airport is approximately
You’ll love Brackley
There are many more amenities to the Wild Duck Cove, Garden
Shore Road and Sunset Crescent area for you to enjoy.
If you are a nature lover or just looking for some environmentally
friendly activities, you are in the perfect place.
In the national park around the corner, you can beachcomb for miles
or take a stroll through the ecologically interesting and safe government-designed
nature trail through the wetlands and forest. Brackley Bay is virtually
on the edge of the National Park system that stretches for thirty
miles along the coast on either side.
It contains numerous day use areas, nature walks, historical sites
and is noted for its variety of birds and sea life.
Also in the bay area are adventures outfitters who can take you on
a bicycle tour, or if you are feeling adventurous yourself, there
are bicycles available for rent.
You will find canoe, kayak and row boat rentals in the immediate area,
and if you are a landlubber, there are even trail rides on horseback
just up the road. If you are a camera buff, this is the ideal place
for nature photography.
North Shore Municipality - The Wild Duck Cove Development project falls within the North Shore Municipality of Prince Edward Island. For information on recreation activity, bicycle and walking trails, watershed planning, etc. see their website at www.stanhopecovehead.pe.ca