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Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada


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Known best for its broad, sandy beaches, PEI National Park is more than just sun and surf. Hiking and biking trails wind through varied coastal terrain, from rare dunes to marshes and woodlands. Historical sites, including legendary Green Gables farm, and hands-on interpretive activities, from guided hikes to sandcastle demos and campfire sing-alongs, round out the diverse offerings.

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Sculpt sensational sandcastles under the watchful eye of a seasoned castle king
Head to the beach with bucket and shovel and learn to create a better sandcastle with tips from an expert artist passionate about building dreams with sand.
Take a journey with us for a different look into how Canada came to be…
Join our interpreters around the campfire and help show a time-travelling "Father" some good old East Coast hospitality. Don't forget to bring a blanket and your imagination!
Become a 'Beach Detective' and have fun exploring with one of our expert beachcombers
You never know what you’ll find washing up along the shores of Greenwich Beach. Discover the treasures of this beautiful shoreline and use them to create a beautiful public display of beach art!
Discovery Dome
Get hands-on and personal with sea life at the fun and educational Beach Hut
Meet and interact up close and personal with the varied creatures of Prince Edward Island National Park’s sea and shoreline at the Beach Hut.

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