A National Treasure on a Small Island.

Welcome to Glenaladale, a 529 acre Estate overlooking Prince Edward Island’s Tracadie Bay―an extraordinary place both alive and historic, where you can experience our past, play and learn today, and see what the future holds each time you plan your return.

Glenaladale has connections to all of the Island’s early people: the Mi’kmaq, Acadians, Scots, Irish, and English. As home to two extraordinary families, it’s truly a fascinating place with a long history of innovation, industry and discovery. That spirit of place remains, waiting for you to experience it.

Through phased development, Glenaladale will become a premier destination for rural culture, community engagement, and living history. A vibrant educational and cultural centre will include a diverse range of activities focused on ancestral connections, cultural experiences, and agricultural and environmental sustainability. Be part of something unforgettable. Explore our website, visit us in person, and help move us toward our future by donating.