How to Get There
The park extends 40 km from Cavendish to Dalvay, and includes 6 km along the western tip of the Greenwich Peninsula, along the north shore of Prince Edward Island.
From Borden-Carleton to Dalvay
Follow Route #2 east, turn onto Route #25 through to Stanhope then onto Route #6 to the Dalvay entrance of Prince Edward Island National Park.
From Borden-Carleton to Cavendish
Follow the Trans-Canada Hwy to Route 1A through to Kensington, follow Route #6 to Cavendish.
From Wood Islands to Brackley
Take Trans-Canada Highway to Charlottetown, follow Route #2 followed by Route #15 through to the Brackley entrance to Prince Edward Island National Park.
From Charlottetown to Greenwich
Take Route #2 east through the village of St. Peter's, travel north on Route #16 towards Cable Head and turn west on Route #313 towards Greenwich.