Prince Edward Island National Park
Prince Edward Island National Park - Discover the stunning beauty of the Island's North Shore on the seven supervised beaches and over 50 km of hiking and cycling trails in PEI National Park. Enjoy daily learning programs for all ages and learn about Island culture through music and stories at evening campfires. The National Park also features unique cultural resources, notably Green Gables, part of L. M. Montgomery's Cavendish National Historic Site, and Dalvay-by-the-Sea National Historic Site.
PEI National Park - Greenwich - In 1998, six kilometres of the Greenwich Peninsula were added to the Park to protect unique dune formations, rare plants and animals, as well as archaeological findings dating back 10,000 years. The largest sand dunes on PEI tower above white-sand beaches to create a stunning backdrop for one of Atlantic Canada's top trail systems. The learning centre's floor model and multi-media theatre showcase how nature and 10,000 years of settlement have made Greenwich a must-see destination.
National Park Campgrounds
Cavendish Campground, Prince Edward Island National Park - Not operating in 2020 - Fully-serviced campground, steps from the ocean in Cavendish.
Stanhope Campground, PEI National Park - A large, scenic campground with open and semi-wooded sites.
National Historic Sites
Province House National Historic Site - The birthplace of Confederation and the seat of PEI's provincial legislature since 1847, Province House is Charlottetown's most significant cultural landmark. Walk in the footsteps of the Fathers of Confederation and learn about the birth of a nation.
Green Gables Heritage Place - Walk in the footsteps of Lucy Maud Montgomery and immerse yourself in the landscape that inspired Anne of Green Gables. Explore the original house, 19th century gardens, farmyard, and historic forest trails. Enjoy bilingual interactive activities, films, gift shop, The Butter Churn Cafe and more!