Cavendish Boardwalk

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  • Address: 9139 Cavendish Rd, Route 6, Hunter River, PE C0A 1M0, Canada
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-9029633111
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Tags: Shopping Center, Family And Kids

Cavendish Boardwalk - Review

Everyone wishes to do a lot of shopping but some are not so lucky. They do not find any good place for shopping. However, there is one beautiful place which you must give a visit is Cavendish Boardwalk. You will get to explore new things. You can almost find everything at this place. When you visit this place, do not miss the opportunity of tasting Cow’s ice cream and try other foods, which are made from fish and chips. It is a fun place to walk around while munching yummy food. You also get to enjoy some games. Enjoy the simple pleasures of life. You can take souvenirs for your loved one from this place. It is a great outdoor shopping area.

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  • Cavendish Boardwalk Address: 9139 Cavendish Rd, Route 6, Hunter River, PE C0A 1M0, Canada
  • Cavendish Boardwalk Contact Number: +1-9029633111
  • Cavendish Boardwalk Timing: 09:00 am - 10:00 pm
  • Cavendish Boardwalk Price: Free
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Cavendish Boardwalk, Hunter River Reviews

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  • This shopping center is close to where we were staying. There is also a camp ground adjacent to the shopping center. Some stores have two locations in this one place. However, the confusion is they don't carry the exact same products. The stores have many of the tourist items you would expect to find. There are also some activities and specialty places. I wouldn't drive out of my way to go here, but it worth the stop if you are in the area. There are public washrooms at one end.

  • Small boardwalk with souvenir shops and a few places to eat. Some how I forgot to grab a few souvenirs for family members who couldn't make the trip so I was in a rush at 10 at night. Since we were staying in the Sunset Campground right near the boardwalk we decided to check it out. Although it said it was open till 11, a lot of the Shops closed at 10. Thankfully a really awesome shop owner let us in to look around even though he was closed. I really appreciated his kindness. We ended up getting some neat gifts and I found the prices reasonable. I was a bit worried after reading some reviews saying it was expensive, but over all prices were fair. Again, we only checked out one place. We also stopped to grab some ice cream at the cows and it was so good. It was a nice ending to a very busy day! Definitely tourist driven, but what does one expect in a place full of tourists?

  • Pros: Prices not too bad by U.S. standards. I found a good shirt in one of the stores. Lots of fast eating options if your kids are starving. Feels friendlier than a strip mall. Cons: Stores have very kitschy, very tourist focused items themed around P.E.I. Long walk outside isn't great in rain. Staff seemed indifferent. Most of the merchandise is made overseas. The locally made items are very kitschy and not for my tastes, but if you like quippy mugs and shirts with seashells, this is your place.

  • A nice little stop on our way to Cavendish Beach. It's like a beautiful village-like plaza with a quint little shops and restaurants. Our kids love this stop because they had ice-cream at Cows and Beaver Tails. Expect to spend 30 minutes or more here.

  • This place e was fun too. We got to have the Cows famous ice cream. A bit pricey but it did taste good. In this are down a bit from the board walk is teddy bear village. You get to pick your bear, or whichever animal you would like. They put the stuffing in it and you get to choose the outfits as well. Lovely place for a child to get a special teddy. It's not cheap. I think a teddy and a set of clothes was around $35-$45. Depending on the size of the stuffed animal. Some are bigger than others.

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