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Prince Edward Island National Park


Prince Edward Island National Park

Prince Edward Island

White sand beaches, hiking and biking trails, red clay cliffs, swimming and camping opportunities fill PEI National Park throughout the island. There are numerous activities and photo opportunities throughout the park.

Brackley Beach offers wide, white sandy beaches perfect for building sandcastles, searching for sea glass and splashing in the ocean. Drive along the coast in Cavendish and witness the red cliffs jutting out into the waters or ride a bike along the paved, coastal bike trails in Dalvay. Check out the numerous lighthouses along the way or hike through the wooded trails. The breathtaking views in Prince Edward Island National Park are plentiful and there’s something new to see around each bend and cliff.

Open mid-May through mid-October with full services open July and August

Daily adult pass is $7.80 and a child (6 to 16) is $3.90

Small, free parking lots and lookout spots can be found throughout the national park.

Recent Traveler Reviews

Nova Scotia is full of great places, this is a great one!


Highly recommended to visit it! Drive from Halifax or Darmouth to Digby, take the ferry across the Bay of Fundy and drive to PEI. Don't miss Brier Island for whale watching tours!


We were staying on PEI and adventures through this park along the North shore of the island. The roads are very good and views beautiful. Along the way could get off and explore inland. There…