Prince Edward Island Route 13

Route 13 is a 39 km (24 mi) two-lane uncontrolled access secondary highway traversing the central portion of Prince Edward Island, Canada in a more or less north-south direction between Crapaud and Cavendish. It passes through a mainly rural area of Prince Edward Island. A portion of Route 13 (south of Hunter River) is commonly called the "Hopalong Road."

Route 13
Hopedale Road
Route information
Maintained by Transportation and Public Works
Length38.8 km[1] (24.1 mi)
Major junctions
South end Route 1 (TCH) in Crapaud
  Route 2 in Hunter River
Route 6 in Cavendish
North endPrince Edward Island National Park
Highway system
Provincial highways in Prince Edward Island
Route 12Route 14

There is an important intersection with Route 2 at Hunter River. There are minor intersections with Route 225 in the rural community of Hopedale (where it is called Hopedale Road), Route 246 in Kellys Cross and Route 224 in New Glasgow. Route 13 intersects with Route 235 (Kingston Road) east of Brookvale. In Cavendish it intersects with Route 6 and terminates at Gulf Shore Road inside Prince Edward Island National Park.[2]

Major intersections

The entire route is in Queens County.

Crapaud0.00.0 Route 1 (TCH) Borden-Carleton, CharlottetownSouthern terminus
0.080.050 Route 231 north (Inkerman Road)
Kellys Cross6.94.3 Route 246 (Maplewood Road / South Melville Road)
12.17.5 Route 235 east (Kingston Road)
15.29.4 Route 225 Kinkora, North Wiltshire
16.610.3 Route 227 (Johnston Road)
Hunter River21.413.3 Route 2 Summerside, Charlottetown
21.913.6 Route 251 east (Bungay Road)
27.116.8 Route 224 west (St. Marys Road)South end of Route 224 concurrency
New Glasgow28.017.4 Route 224 east (New Glasgow Road) to Route 258 northNorth end of Route 224 concurrency
Mayfield32.720.3 Route 269 east (Line Road) North Rustico
33.520.8 Route 241 west Toronto
Cavendish37.723.4 Route 6 (Cavendish Road) Stanley Bridge, Kensington, North Rustico
Prince Edward Island National Park38.824.1West Gulf Shore ParkwayNorthern terminus; roadway continues east
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi


  1. Google (September 27, 2019). "PEI Route 13" (Map). Google Maps. Google. Retrieved September 27, 2019.
  2. Prince Edward Island Provincial Road Atlas (PDF) (Map) (2014 ed.). Government of Prince Edward Island. pp. 22–24. Retrieved September 27, 2019.
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