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Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada

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2016 Visitor Guide

 

Hot off the press, our 2016 Visitor Guide for PEI National Park is now available!

>> Download PDF (7.9 MB)

2016 trail information

  • The Gulf Shore Way trail has been impacted by road construction work and rough surfaces exist. Cyclists travelling on this trail are asked to adjust speed accordingly and obey posted signage. Due to safety concerns, the Gulf Shore Way trail may require partial or full closures while construction is taking place.
    For up-to-date information on what part of the trail is accessible, please visit our Infrastructure Projects page and consult signage in the park.
  • The Woodlands trail and the Reeds & Rushes trail in Dalvay will be closed until further notice.

For more information, please contact us.

Government of Canada Invests in Parks Canada Sites in Prince Edward Island

Lawrence MacAulay, Minister of Agriculture and Agri Food and Member of Parliament for Cardigan, on behalf of the Minister of Environment and Climate Change and Minister responsible for Parks Canada, Catherine McKenna, announced more than $23 million for various projects at Parks Canada sites on Prince Edward Island. The Honourable Wade MacLauchlan, Premier of Prince Edward Island, took part in an event at Green Gables Heritage Place to welcome these investments. >> Read the full news release....

Read Backgrounder: 2016 Prince Edward Island (PEI) Investments

Parks Canada Reservation Service - Update

Beginning in 2016, Parks Canada reservations will launch in January. Don't miss out!

Dates and more info: Parks Canada Reservation Service

Careers at PEI National Park

 

National parks require a wide variety of skills: from administration to management, to interpretive and educational skills, resource management, biology, trades and highway maintenance, public safety, search and rescue, and enforcement of the National Parks Act.

Current job opportunities

Ecological COnservation and REstoration Projects in Prince Edward Island National Park (CORE) Newsletter

The CORE Newsletter is now available to read online!

>> Download PDF (2.6 MB)

Beach use reminder

Dog owners! A gentle reminder that PEI National Park beaches go pet-free April 1-Oct. 15 every year. Thanks for your cooperation! » More information...

You're Invited

Join us at one of our many special events in the park!
» 2016 Special Events Calendar...