The Greenwich Dunes National Park on the Westen tip of the Greenwich peninsular provides insight into a unique biosphere of parabolic dunes, wetland and marshes. Only a 30 minute walk along the beach or short bike or car ride from Heinzelmann Chalets, the national park invites visitors to venture through a accessible network of paths and boar walks along St. Peter's Bay, the wetland and the white beach on the North Shore. Cyclists will enjoy the ancient rail road network stretching 470km across the entire island. The Confederation Trail runs through woods, crosses rivers and leads to welcoming cafes and stops to regenerate during the trip. Prince Edward Island also provides easy to explore rivers, lakes and bays for kayak and canoe tours, that provide memorable sights of bald eagles and wild life living along the shore. Golf lovers will find the highest density of golf courses in Canada with a total of 25 courses across the island for all skill levels. The avid fisherman can head out for deep sea fishing with several tour operators for local seafood such as lobster, mackerel or even the legendary blue fin tuna. Best of all, you can enjoy your fresh catch on your BBQ at your Chalet. To eat out and to spend a good night on the town, nearby culinary delights and live music events can be found in colouful Charlottetown, Montague, Georgetown, and further island localities.