Jacques Cartier Provincial Park
A new reservation service will be launched in early May 2021 with the exact date to be announced. Please monitor the PEI Provincial Campground Parks page for updates.
The island's first European visitor came ashore in 1534 in the vicinity of this provincial park which bears his name, Jacques Cartier. He remarked that this was “the fairest land 'tis possible to see!” The park holds a celebration of this great discovery every July on Rediscovery Day.
Jacques Cartier Provincial Park offers a wide range of activities for all ages. There is supervised swimming at the beautiful beach on the Gulf of St. Lawrence. There is also a ramp and floating wheelchair available. The floating wheelchair is available daily from 10 - 6 and is first come, first served. When surf conditions are at Caution or Danger the floating wheelchair is not be accessible.
Nearby attractions include the Alberton Museum & Genealogy Centre, Tignish and North Cape.
Jacques Cartier Provincial Park is located within the North Cape Coastal Drive touring region.