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Camping in Prince Edward Island

The “Gentle Island” welcomes campers to stay in its eight camping parks and 12 day-use parks or explore Prince Edward Island National Park. PEI’s over 30,000 hectares of parkland allow campers to visit the beach, see the expansive coastline, explore red sand dunes, and visit charming coastal towns. You’ll love Prince Edward Island’s laid-back vibes and relaxing camping experience. See Anne of Green Gables National Historic Site, Confederation Bridge, and Victoria-by-the-Sea.

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Prince Edward Island National Park

Just 24 km north of Charlottetown, getting to Prince Edward Island National Park is a breeze via Route 6. The park’s crowning glory, the captivating red sandstone cliffs, makes it a must-see destination. Find yourself immersed in diverse activities like beachcombing, wildlife watching, and cycling on the Gulf Shore Way. But wait, there’s more: the park is also home to Green Gables Heritage Plac...

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Brudenell River Provincial Park

Brudenell River Provincial Park is a provincial park in Prince Edward Island, Canada. It lies on the north side of the Brudenell River. Brudenell River is the largest provincial park in eastern Prince Edward Island. Some of its land is used by Rodd Brudenell Resort. It has two public 18-hole golf courses, Brudenell River Golf Course and Dundarave Golf Course.

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Cabot Beach Provincial Park

Cabot Beach Provincial Park is a provincial park in Prince Edward Island, Canada. It is located in Malpeque Bay. Cabot Beach is the largest park in western PEI. This beautiful park has a large day-use area with playground equipment, an activity centre with children's programs and a naturalist on staff who provides guided nature walks. There is also supervised swimming on scenic Malpeque Bay. Ca...

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Jacques Cartier Provincial Park

Jacques Cartier Provincial Park is a provincial park in northwestern Prince Edward Island, Canada, approximately 6 km northeast of Alberton. The park is named for Jacques Cartier, who in 1534 was the first European to arrive on the island. This is celebrated each year in July on Rediscovery Day.

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Linkletter Provincial Park

Linkletter Provincial Park is a provincial park in Prince Edward Island, Canada located at Bedeque Bay a short distance west of Linkletter, Prince Edward Island and Summerside, Prince Edward Island. The park has 51 camp sites for reservation from early June to September. Some camp sites are situated along the shore and a small beach is located at the park. The park is named for nearby Linklette...

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Northumberland Provincial Park

Wood Islands Provincial Park is a provincial park in Prince Edward Island, Canada, situated immediately south of Wood Islands and 55 km (34 mi) from Charlottetown, the provincial capital. The park has a surface of 0.1 km2 (0.039 sq mi).

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Panmure Island Provincial Park

Panmure Island is a small 800-acre (324 ha) island of Canadian red sandstone island, with sand beaches, located off the east coast of Prince Edward Island in the Lot 61 township in Kings County. The island is located about 1 kilometre (0.62 mi) from the nearest point on Prince Edward Island. The first visitors to Panmure Island were the Micmac First Nations Indians. The Micmac came to the islan...

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