Located on Prince Edward Island’s north shore, PEI National Park is easily accessible by car and only 24 kilometres from the provincial capital of Charlottetown.

The park is divided into three regions (Cavendish-North Rustico, Brackley-Dalvay, and Greenwich), which are separated by bays and not directly connected by highways.

Summer is the most popular time to visit, with beaches drawing large crowds. Spring and fall offer excellent biking, hiking and bird-watching.

For more information on camping in PEI National Park, please visit our Camping page. To check campsite dates and availability, visit the Parks Canada Reservation Service.

Please note: Pets are prohibited on national park beaches from April 1 - October 15 but are still allowed on leash in camping areas, picnic areas and along park trails. For more information: You and your dog.

Getting here


Mailing address:
2 Palmers Lane
Charlottetown PE C1A 5V8

Prince Edward Island National Park extends 40 kilometres along the island’s north coast from Cavendish to Dalvay, and includes 6 kilometres along the Greenwich peninsula.

For directions to different parts of PEI National Park: How to Get There.

Free admission for youth. Other fees still apply.
Detailed fees list

Facilities and services

Accessible Facilities Accessible services
Dogs on leash Dogs on leash
Picnic area Picnic area
Beaches Beaches
Information Information
Restrooms Restrooms
Bus parking Bus parking
Parking Parking