Great Canadian Parks / Prince Edward Island

Great Canadian Parks Prince Edward Island
'the small under the protection of the great'.

Canada's smallest province and the birthplace of Confederation, Prince Edward Island, is an eastern maritime playground for tourists throughout the calendar year. Accessible to the mainland province of Nova Scotia by the 13-kilometre Confederation Bridge, PEI is famous for the Greenwich Dunes, red sandstone cliffs and miles of beaches. The parks preserve these fragile habitats and offer visitors recreational camping, swimming, fishing, boating and hiking.

Greenwich


The Greenwich Dunes area of Prince Edward Island is a 900 acre natural treasure internationally recognized for its unique dune system, its wide variety of bird species and rare plants found in its marshes and woodlands, and the nationally important Aboriginal and Acadian archeological sites. Learn more in Greenwich

Prince Edward Island National Park


Established in 1937, Prince Edward Island National Park protects a landscape, which includes superlative red sandstone cliffs, offshore bars, submerged estuaries, and some of the nationĘs longest and most popular beaches. Learn more in Prince Edward Island National Park