Experience Lennox Island


Lennox Island, spanning 540 hectares in the scenic Malpeque Bay off the northwest coast of Prince Edward Island, Canada. This beautiful island is connected to the mainland by a causeway and bridge and is home to 450 members of the Lennox Island First Nation, part of a total band membership of 1056. The island features several key enterprises including the Lennox Island Development Corporation, Bideford Shellfish Hatchery, Fisherman’s Pride, and Malpek Cannabis/Tmawey Smoke Shop.

The community is also equipped with essential amenities like a thrift shop, health center, elementary school, church, craft shop, cultural center, daycare, and a newly built fire hall. Lennox Island is rich in cultural offerings, with nature trails, blueberry fields, an emerging greenhouse project, a women’s shelter, a sweat lodge, Aboriginal Women’s Association PEI head office, and the ceremonial Mawi’omi grounds.

To book an authentic experience visit our website here or call 902-831-3109. Come to Lennox Island for a journey that promises knowledge, full hearts, and a deeper understanding of the beautiful rich culture, history, and traditions of the Mi’kmaq on PEI.