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Hannah's Bottle Village Nature Trail


Hannah's Bottle Village Nature Trail gallery

Quick Facts

Difficulty easy
Trail Type loop
Distance 900 meters
Estimated Time 20 mins
Surface Type grass
Elevation Change 45 meters
Features bottle village, marsh
Trail Markers None but easy to follow
Scenery Rating beautiful
Maintenance Rating well maintained
Cell Reception strong
Dog Friendly yes
Fees by donation


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The Nature Trail behind Hannah's Bottle Village was a pleasant surprise. We went to explore the bottle village and during our explorations we noticed a sign behind the bottle village pointing to a nature trail. At that point we had to go see where it went.

Marsh on the Nature Trail

The trail starts by going through an opening that has a small garden and strange old farm equipment along the edge. The trail then enters a stretch of trees and bushes. The mowed trail continues and comes out along a wheat field. The trail comes to the end of the field and provides views of the marsh. The trail then returns along the other edge of the field next to a strip of trees. The trail eventually takes you back to the Bottle Village.



From Charlottetown, cross the bridge and continue on Route 1 through Stratford. Continue southeast on Route 1 and just past Eldon turn right onto Point Prim Road towards the Point Prim Lighthouse. Drive for 8.5 kilometers and you will find the sign for Hannah's Bottle Village on the right. If you reach the lighthouse at the end of the road (another 2 kilometers) you have gone too far.

Nature Trail Sign

Trail Last Hiked: July 1, 2021.

Page Last Updated: March 28, 2022.