Various Scenic Pictures of Prince Edward Island

Bedeque, Prince Edward Island

A former settlement for a large number of United Empire Loyalists who landed following the American Revolution, Bedeque was deemed "the place that lies on the backward turn" by Native settlers.

One of the Island`s most heavily farmed regions, the community is situated amongst endless potato fields, calling to mind the vital role agriculture plays in the well-being of so many Islanders.

The Bedeque Bay, into which the Dunk River empties, teems with a variety of wildlife and is a popular destination for many anglers.

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