Bonshaw is a small rural farming community in central Prince Edward Island, situated on the province's South Shore along the Northumberland Strait.
The community is located in the valley of the West River, surrounded by low rolling hills, colloquially referred to as the Bonshaw Hills. Located at the tide head of the West River, the freshwater portion of the river through the community offers some of the best trout fishing on the island.
Bonshaw Provincial Park is located on the eastern edge of the community.
The community of Bonshaw is also known for its scenic hiking and biking trails