Stanhope Campground delay
Due to construction delays as a result of severe winter weather conditions, Stanhope Campground will be opening on July 13th, 2015. Please note that, due to ongoing construction, visitors can expect that some campsites will be unavailable for reservations for various periods of time during the operating season. Campers are encouraged to check the reservation service periodically as sites will become available as work is completed. Efforts will be made to minimize disruptions to campers during this transition. Thank you for your patience as we work toward an enhanced campground experience.
2015 trail information
- Please note that 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.
- Parks Canada wishes to advise that the Woodlands trail and the Reeds & Rushes trail in Dalvay, Prince Edward Island National Park will be closed until further notice. This closure is in effect to facilitate upgrades to the park’s wastewater infrastructure. For more information, please contact us.
The Gulf Shore Parkway in Brackley-Dalvay is an 11km trail that winds through coastal dunescapes and past Covehead Lighthouse, three supervised beaches and bustling Covehead Harbour and on to Dalvay-by-the-Sea. Returning for 2015 is the Parks Canada Coastal Cruiser! These 4 wheeled bikes are a fun new way for families and groups to tour PEI National Park at a leisurely pace.
There is a 2-person model and 4-person model available for rent, as well as a 2-person tram that can be attached to either model. Each Coastal Cruiser provides seating for two small children in the front, features independent pedaling systems and gears, as well as a colourful canopy to keep you shaded on your ride.
Rent your Coastal Cruiser for $40 per half-day from Stanhope Campground. Call 902-672-6350 for more information.
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...
Ecological restoration projects in Prince Edward Island National Park
Parks Canada received funding under a special project to improve ecological health in Prince Edward Island National Park and national historic sites in Prince Edward Island. Parks Canada is pleased to invest ...
» Ecological restoration projects...
Join us at one of our many special events in the park!
» 2015 Special Events Calendar...