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Beaches & Parks in Prince Edward Island

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.

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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

Enjoy over 18 kms of hiking and mountain biking trails suitable for all fitness levels with ratings...
Campground | Green Gables Shore

Cabot Beach Provincial Park

At Cabot Beach Provincial Park, you’ll be in awe of the beautiful scenery overlooking the Malpeque...
Day Use Park | Red Sands Shore

Canoe Cove Beach

The beach in Canoe Cove is located at the Lloyd Inman Memorial Park, which is operated and...

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