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A Beacon of History:
Seacow Head Lighthouse 

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Visit Us at Seacow Head Lighthouse

Located just west of Borden-Carleton, the Seacow Head Lighthouse is a short 20-minute drive from the Confederation Bridge. Built in 1864, as one of the five original colonial era or pre-Confederation lighthouses in Prince Edward Island.

Did you know that Seacow Head Lighthouse is a recognized Heritage Lighthouse and a Designated Historic Place by the PEI Heritage Places Protection Act? It is one of the oldest remaining wooden lighthouse in the Maritimes.

EV Owners

We, The Friends of Seacow Head Lighthouse Inc. are proud to announce the installation of a dual port EV charging system located in picturesque Fernwood at the Seacow Head Lighthouse. This endeavor not only showcases our commitment in combating air pollution, it also provides a convenient charging solution for EV owners, while at the same time play a leading role mitigating the environmental impact on transportation. We look forward to seeing you!

In the picture on the left is Matthew MacFarlane (MLA for district 19, Borden/Kinkora) and on the right Jim MacFarlane (Board Member).

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Contact Us


198 Lighthouse Rd. Fernwood Bedeque PE C0B 1C0

GPS Coordinates

46 18 57.7N 63 48 35.9W

Open Daily

Mon. to Sun.

10:00 am – 6:00 pm

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Epekwitk Land Acknowledgement

In the spirit of Reconciliation, we acknowledge that the land upon which our organization stands is unceded Mi’kmaq territory. Epekwitk (PEI), Mi’kma’ki, is covered by the historic Treaties of Peace and Friendship. We pay our respects to the Indigenous Mi’kmaq People who have occupied this Island for over 12,000 years; past, present and future.

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