Robinsons Island Trail System (R.I.T.S.)
NOTICE: Parks Canada staff is hard at work getting our trails ready in order to meet our opening dates. However, some trails may be delayed in opening on time due to the harsh winter weather conditions we experienced this year. Please check with our Web site for up-to-date notices on trail info.
A New Island Adventure Awaits!
Prince Edward Island National Park is putting on the R.I.T.S.! Welcome to the Robinsons Island Trail System, also known as the “R.I.T.S.,” - 5 kilometers of multi-use trail and the newest addition to the park’s outdoor offer. Located on a small island that was once home to a popular campground, this family-friendly trail has options for hikers and bikers of all levels. Designed as a “stacked loop,” explorers can choose a shorter
or longer route depending on skill level or time constraints.
The trail has been designed with mountain bikers in mind and features 11 technical trail challenges located in spurs that break off of the main trail. An afternoon at the R.I.T.S. is an outdoor adventure meant to challenge beginner to intermediate mountain bikers, but those who dare not test
their skills on the ramps and teeter totters need not shy away; just skip the branches and stick to the main trail for a beautifully scenic cycling adventure.
Please note that Cycling Helmets are mandatory on Prince Edward Island.
The R.I.T.S. (Robinsons Island Trail System) will open on June 5, 2015. For more information about this project, please contact us at 902-566-7050 or visit our Robinsons Island - Project Updates Web page.