The Town of Stratford is committed to building a strong local economy, preserving our heritage, celebrating our diverse culture, and respecting the natural environment entrusted to us for present and future generations. Stratford is situated on a peninsula just south of Charlottetown, the provincial capital of Prince Edward Island. Stratford is surrounded with magnificent water views bound by Fullertons Marsh, the Hillsborough River, the Charlottetown Harbour and the Hillsborough Bay. The Trans-Canada Highway, which connects the eastern end of the province to Charlottetown and areas further west, bisects the Town of Stratford.

The quality of life in the town is enhanced by the pride that residents take in their properties, the abundance and accessibility of recreation programs, the proliferation of municipal parks, the beautiful views of water and pasture land, the number and variety of trees in the community, and the community spirit that is evidenced by the high level of voluntarism and engagement of residents in decision making.

The Town of Stratford has four major community parks and over 30 neighbourhood parks. There is an outdoor recreational trail (active transportation) system in development and public access to the shore in several locations throughout the town including the public beaches at Tea Hill Park and Kinlock Beach Park. Town owned recreation facilities include 4 ball fields, 6 soccer fields, 4 tennis courts, an outdoor rink, an arts centre, and a youth/seniors centre.

Stratford offers many different art, cultural and recreational programs for all ages, including: soccer, baseball, softball, volleyball, hockey, ball hockey, basketball, tennis, badminton, line dancing, fitness classes, karate, walking, wildlife carving, cricket, pickleball, painting, creative space, and more.

Sarnia Skyline
Map with List Fullscreen

Draw a shape around the region you would like to live in

Real Estate Listings

Please wait while we are fetching properties...