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Argyle Shore Provincial Park

Location: Red Sands Shore

Park Type: Day Use Park

Supervised Beach: No

Enjoy the park’s large green space and beach with wide-open views of the Northumberland Strait. This area is a popular spot for watching hermit crabs and digging clams at low tide. A long staircase leads to the beach.

Amenities at this day use park include playground equipment, picnic facilities, showers and flush toilets. Beach is unsupervised. Pets are permitted on leash.

The community was named in the early 1800s by settlers who came from Argyle Shire, Scotland. Its landscape consists of the peaceful harmony of rolling farmland studded occasionally with stands of native trees.

Open mid-June to mid-September

Contact: 902-675-7475 (off-season)

LIFEGUARD NOT ON DUTY at this time. When beaches are UNSUPERVISED, visitors swim at their OWN RISK.

Argyle Shore, family playing in ocean

Discover Red Sands Shore

Argyle Shore Provincial Park is located on Route 19 within the Red Sands Shore touring region. It is a short drive of about 20 to 25 minutes from Charlottetown.

What to Do in Red Sands Shore