Prince Edward Island's network of Provincial Parks has 10 camping parks and 15 day use parks which offer spectacular beaches, beautiful scenery, nature trails and lots of outdoor recreation and interpretive programs.
Our campground parks offer facilities for overnight camping, as well as general recreational use and our day use parks are a wonderful place for swimming, outdoor sports, picnics and other outdoor experiences.
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All Prince Edward Island Provincial Campgrounds will be accepting reservations after April 1st for the following season. You can make reservations by calling the individual Provincial Parks directly weekdays between 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m AST. You'll need to provide the following information to make a reservation: phone number, arrival date, length of stay, name, address and type of campsite required. A valid Visa or Mastercard number and expiration date are required to guarantee a reservation.
PEI's Provincial Parks offer something for everyone while promoting an active outdoor lifestyle.
Parks West is responsible for the operation of five fully functional campgrounds and eight day use parks ranging from Jacques Cartier, located west of Alberton, to Bonshaw on the Central Coastal Drive.
Four of the larger parks, Jacques Cartier, Mill River, Cedar Dunes and Cabot Beach, offer a full slate of educational and interesting programs in addition to daily programming and supervised swimming. Some of the more popular events include Seniors Day, Art in the Park, Kids Day, Beach Volleyball Tournament, Family Day at Jacques Cartier and a whole host of festivals including Summer Celebrations at Cabot Beach.
All of these parks have lifeguards on duty for camper and visitor safety.
All of our day use parks provide a wide range of playground equipment, picnic shelters and washroom facilities, making them an ideal family fun destination. Two day use parks also have lifeguards on duty: Chelton Beach and Basin Head.
Parks East is responsible for the operation of five fully functional campgrounds and six day use parks ranging from Red Point, located east of Souris, to Wood Islands Provincial Park.
Panmure Island, Brudenell, Red Point, Northumberland and Kings Castle offer daily programming. Some of the more popular events include Seniors Day, Kids Day, Family Fun Day and the Highland Games at Lord Selkirk.
Panmure Island, Basin Head, Northumberland and Red Point have lifeguards on duty for camper and visitor safety. Brudenell also offers lifeguards on duty at an outdoor pool and also maintains a fully functional marina.