Openings and services differ across the country. Please check the Parks Canada national information portal dedicated to COVID-19 for regular updates.

Important information about your visit to PEI National Park

Starting on June 1, 2020, Parks Canada will offer limited access and visitor services in PEI National Park.

Please note: The health and safety of visitors, employees and all Canadians is of the utmost importance and we are following the advice and guidance of public health authorities in resuming visitor access and services. Only places and activities where health and safety risks can be mitigated will be available for visitation.

What’s open (updated September 28)

Cavendish to North Rustico 

  • Cavendish Beach 
  • Homestead Trail
  • Cavendish Grove grounds and trails
  • Cavendish Dunelands Trail
  • Clark's Lane Trail
  • Gulf Shore Parkway West
  • Gulf Shore Parkway West pull offs for beach access
  • Gulf Shore Way multi-use trail
  • North Rustico Beach and lower parking lot
  • Oceanview
  • Flat Rock
  • Orby Head
  • Cape Turner

Brackley to Dalvay 

  • Gulf Shore Parkway East from Dalvay to Farmlands and Bubbling Springs Trails
  • Farmlands and Bubbling Springs Trails
  • Brackley-Dalvay Gulf Shore Way multi-use trail (cyclists/hikers only)
  • Bayshore gate entrance to PEI National Park
  • Dalvay Beach 
  • Covehead Beach and Lighthouse
  • Gulf Shore Parkway East
  • Robinsons Island Road and Robinsons Island Trail System
  • Brackley Beach
  • Stanhope Cape Beach
  • Stanhope Beach

Greenwich 

  • Greenwich Dunes Trail 
  • Tlaqatik Trail
  • Havre Saint-Pierre Trail
  • Greenwich Beach
What’s closed (updated September 28)

Cavendish to North Rustico

  • Washrooms, change rooms and other amenities
  • Cavendish Campground
  • North Rustico upper parking lot

Brackley to Dalvay

  • Washrooms, change rooms and other amenities
  • Shaw’s Beach
  • Ross Lane Beach
  • Stanhope Campground

Greenwich

  • Washrooms, change rooms and other amenities
  • Greenwich Interpretation Centre
Camping during COVID-19

For more information: Camping.

Your safety when visiting

Anyone exploring the national park is reminded that they are responsible for their own safety and should be sure to properly prepare and plan for their trip, taking the necessary precautions to protect themselves from inclement weather and potential natural hazards found in the park.

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