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Beaches & Parks in Prince Edward Island

Advisory

All provincial park sites and trails are closed due to significant tree damage and dangerous conditions. Sections of the Prince Edward Island National Park are also closed.

Always close by

Dreaming of carefree play, sunsets, bird watching or stargazing? Discover the Island’s endless acres of green wide-open spaces at our provincial and national parks. Don’t you think it’s time to turn off the technology and get back to nature?

Here, you’re always close to a park with beautiful scenery, nature trails and interpretive programs. Eight of our provincial parks include campgrounds.

One of the best things about being on an island is being surrounded by pristine beaches that are ready to be explored. Whether you like to nap in the sun, splash in the water, build a sandcastle, enjoy a stroll or capture an unforgettable sunset, there's a perfect beach waiting for you.

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Day Use Park | Red Sands Shore

Argyle Shore Provincial Park

Enjoy the park’s large green space and beach with wide-open views of the Northumberland Strait. This...
Day Use Park | Red Sands Shore

Bonshaw Hills Provincial Park

The Bonshaw Hills Provincial Park is located at 17530 Trans Canada Highway. Enjoy over 18 kilometres...
Day Use Park | Red Sands Shore

Chelton Beach Provincial Park

At Chelton Beach Provincial Park, enjoy the green space and miles of sandy beaches. Like most...

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Life at the Beach

A long-time Island beach lover shares her insights on how to pick the perfect PEI beach depending on the type of beach goer you are - beach walker? clam digger? swimmer?