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Brudenell River Provincial Park

Location: Points East Coastal Drive

Park Type: Campground

Supervised Beach: No

Nestled on the Brudenell River, this provincial park is the largest in eastern PEI with wide open spaces, a marina, wooded areas and a beach for swimming. Day-use visitors also enjoy special events and easy access to the Confederation Trail.

Private operators offer canoe, kayak and paddleboard rentals and horseback riding is available.

Nearby towns and attractions include Georgetown, Cardigan, Garden of The Gulf Museum, Brudenell Riding Stables and the Confederation Trail.

Open June – October

Contact: 652-8966

LIFEGUARD NOT ON DUTY. Beaches are UNSUPERVISED and visitors swim at their OWN RISK.

Brudenell River Horseback Riding

Campground
Brudenell River Provincial Park

25-site RV park (Wi-Fi Available), wheelchair-accessible washrooms and laundromat. Two-way sites in wooded clearing, wooded tent sites. Dump station nearby. Cook shelter and activity centre with washrooms suitable for large gatherings (reservations required).

Beach Reports and Safety

The beach is unsupervised at Brudenell River Provincial Park. Use at your own risk and follow beach safety advice.

Discover Points East Coastal Drive

Brudenell River Provincial Park is within Points East Coastal Drive, located off Route 3, just 13 minutes from Montague and 40 minutes east of Charlottetown.

What to Do in Points East Coastal Drive