Prince Edward Island Provincial Parks


Argyle Shore Provincial Park
Located on route 19, Argyle Shore is a day use park offering an unsupervised beach, playground equipment, picnic facilities, showers and flush toilets. Pets are permitted on leash. Read more
Basin Head Provincial Park
Located off route 16, east of the town of Souris. Basin Head is a day use park featuring a supervised white sand beach, play area, food on site, washroom and shower facilities. The park is home to the Basin Head Fisheries Museum and is located in Points East Coastal Drive touring region. Read more
Belmont Provincial Park
Located on route 123, Belmont is a day use park featuring an unsupervised beach, playground equipment, fireplaces, picnic facilities, showers and flush toilets. Pets are permitted on leash. Read more
Bloomfield Provincial Park
Located on route 2, Bloomfield is a day use park featuring playground equipment, fishing, fireplaces, picnic facilities, showers and flush toilets. Pets are permitted on leash. Read more
Bonshaw Provincial Park
Located on the Trans Canada Highway, Bonshaw is a day use park featuring a playground, fishing and picnic facilities. Pets are permitted on leash. Read more
Cabot Beach Provincial Park
Cabot Beach is the largest park in western PEI. This beautiful park has a large day-use area with playground equipment, an activity centre with children’s programs. There is also supervised swimming on scenic Malpeque Bay, and the historical Fanning School. Named after Governor Fanning, it was built in 1794. This schoolhouse was very unique at […] Read more
Cedar Dunes Provincial Park
Cedar Dunes provincial park is located along the scenic North Cape Coastal Drive in the West Point area. Cedar Dunes is famous for beautiful beaches that stretch for miles. The park provides supervised swimming as well as children’s activities. “While you’re there, you can tour the only inn in Canada that is located in a […] Read more
Chelton Beach Provincial Park
Located off route 10 from Bedeque. Chelton Beach is a day use park featuring playground equipment, supervised beach, showers, flush toilets and canteen. Pets are permitted on leash. Chelton Beach Provincial Park is located within the Red Sands Shore touring region. Read more
Green Park Provincial Park
During the 19th century, shipbuilding was a major industry on Prince Edward Island. Green Park was the site of an active shipyard. Visit the Shipbuilding Museum & Historic Yeo House representing the wealth of a golden age on PEI when the shipyards drove the economy of the colony. The park provides playground equipment for children, […] Read more
Jacques Cartier Provincial Park
The island’s first European visitor came ashore in 1534 in the vicinity of this provincial park which bears his name, Jacques Cartier. He remarked that this was “the fairest land ’tis possible to see!” The park holds a celebration of this great discovery every July on Rediscovery Day. Jacques Cartier Provincial Park offers a wide […] Read more
Kings Castle Provincial Park
Located in Gladstone, on Route 348, 3 km east of Murray River. Kings Castle, a day use park, is a magical place displaying a family of favourite storybook characters in statue form. Kings Castle is a terrific family location, with open areas for games, and the children will enjoy the variety of equipment and forts. […] Read more
Linkletter Provincial Park
This park, located on Bedeque Bay, is in close proximity to Summerside, the recreational and cultural center of Prince County. It is also close to Slemon Park which hosts several summer hockey schools. Linkletter is the closest Provincial Park to the Confederation Bridge that offers camping. Nearby attractions include the Summerside Golf and Country Club, […] Read more
Mill River Provincial Park
This park is located on beautiful Mill River, 8 km Northwest of O’Leary. The Park includes walking trails, wagon rides, playground equipment, an activity centre and access to the Mill River Fun Park with water slides and a swimming pool (extra charge), as well as several fun, exciting and educational programs. Rodd Mill River Resort, […] Read more
Northumberland Provincial Park
Northumberland’s convenient location near the Wood Islands Ferry terminal makes this a busy park. Many people choose to stay for a night or two at the beginning or end of their visit to PEI. Cliff swallows burrowing nests along the shore are of special interest. Children’s programs and supervised swimming are available. Nearby attractions include […] Read more
Panmure Island Provincial Park
Panmure Island features one of the most popular white sand beaches on PEI. The park provides life-guards for its supervised swimming areas. The location along a causeway gives water access on both sides of the highway with the sheltered St. Marys Bay on one side and an ocean beach on the other. The sand dunes […] Read more
Pinette Provincial Park
Located on the Trans Canada Highway. Pinette is a day use park featuring picnic facilities, flush toilets, playground equipment, fishing, and a riverside beach. Pets are permitted on leash. Read more
Sally’s Beach Provincial Park
Located in Spry Point off Route 310. Sally’s Beach Provincial Park has an unsupervised beach, washrooms and change facilities. Read more
Strathgartney Provincial Park
Centrally located, on the Trans Canada Hwy, 20 km West of Charlottetown in Churchill. Strathgartney has one of the most beautiful scenic views of all the Provincial Parks with self-guided nature trails, playground, kitchen shelters and washroom facilities. Read more
Union Corner Provincial Park
Located on route 11. Union Corner is a day use park featuring a playground, beach, change rooms and fireplaces. Pets are permitted on leash. Read more
Wood Islands Provincial Park
Located off the Trans Canada Highway at the Wood Islands Ferry Terminal. Wood Islands is a day use park featuring playground equipment, an unsupervised beach, flush toilets, a boat ramp, picnic facilities and food services. Pets are permitted on leash. Read more