Things to do
Coronavirus (COVID-19): As of June 1, some Parks Canada places began a safe, gradual reopening of some outdoor areas at national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas. Find details here.
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 Green Gables Heritage Place, and hands-on interpretive activities, from beach exploration to sandcastle demos and campfire sing-alongs, round out the diverse offerings.
Ready for a little fun in the sun? PEI National Park is famous around the world for its spectacular beaches, but that’s just the start.
There are many scenic trails located within Prince Edward Island National Park, each with its own unique features.
Camping at PEI National Park is one of the most memorable ways to truly experience and appreciate the natural beauty of white sand beaches, coastal wetlands and over 50 km of trails!