Holland Cove

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It was in 1764 that the first European settlers came to Holland Cove. Dutch surveyor Captain Samuel Holland brought his bride, Racine, a tall French beauty. When Captain Holland was away on a surveying trip, Racine fell through some thin ice and died. Her apparition has been seen wandering the cove. It is said that every year on July 14, Racine’s ghost appears to people who are doomed to drown.

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Geographic Information

Off Lady Holland Dr
Rocky Point, Prince Edward Island

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46.1841806, -63.13545740000001
Queens County
Nearest Towns:
Stratford, PE (3.0 mi.)
Charlottetown, PE (3.4 mi.)
Parkdale, PE (4.6 mi.)
Cornwall, PE (5.3 mi.)
Sherwood, PE (6.9 mi.)
Milton, PE (8.9 mi.)
Milton Station, PE (8.9 mi.)
Cherry Valley, PE (10.5 mi.)
Vernon Bridge, PE (12.1 mi.)
Vernon, PE (12.1 mi.)


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