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PEI National Park – Greenwich

Location: Points East Coastal Drive

Supervised Beach: No

This special place is home to Prince Edward Island’s largest sand dunes, including a parabolic dune system that is very rare in North America. The park is also habitat to rare plants and animals, as well as archaeological findings dating back 10,000 years. Visit the interpretive building to learn about the importance of dunes to this coastal area and the rich cultural heritage. Beachgoers will marvel at the expanse of pristine, white sand.

Beaches are nesting areas for the endangered Piping Plover; pets are not permitted during summer months.

An entrance fee applies at PEI National Park locations.

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

Greenwich PEI-National-Park, Couple on path

National Park Beach Safety

Lifeguards are on duty at PEI National Park locations between July and Labour Day. They aim to post surf conditions each day by 11 am.

Discover Points East Coastal Drive

Located at 59 Wild Rose Road in St. Peter’s, Greenwich is part of Points East Coastal Drive and is one of seven supervised beaches in the PEI National Park.

PEI National Park - Greenwich

Escape into a truly unique landscape. Experience a sense of awe and serenity as you take in the towering parabolic dune system and pristine white sand beaches at Greenwich.

What to Do in Points East Coastal Drive