Prince Edward Island Tourism Region – Points East Coastal Drive

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
Ben’s Lake Nature Camping
Ben’s Lake Trout Fishing & Campground is a beautiful scenic piece of eastern Prince Edward Island, located in Bellevue. This unique location has it all for the first time fisherman or the avid fly fisherman. If you just want to try your hand at fishing you can catch and release or stay to camp for […] Read more
Brudenell River Provincial Park
Brudenell River is the largest provincial park in eastern Prince Edward Island. In addition to two 18-hole championship golf courses, Brudenell and Dundarave, and tennis, horseshoes and lawn bowling are offered at the 100-unit Brudenell River Resort. The park has a multitude of activities to amuse campers and day visitors: a marina, river beach, and […] Read more
Campbell's Cove Campground
Campbell’s Cove Campground
Campbell’s Cove Campground, located on over 600 ft. of north shoreline on PEI’s eastern tip, is a small quiet, family operated facility. The sunrises and sunsets are spectacular. The ocean soundtrack plays all day and night. We have mostly tent sites, sheltered or on the ocean, unsupervised beach, 4 camp cabins, 6 3-ways, 15 2-ways,4 […] 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
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
Red Point Provincial Park
With its beautiful beach and supervised swimming, Red Point campground is very popular with families. There are often organized activities for children and special events for the whole family. Red Point is located approximately 10 minutes from Souris where you’ll find gas, food, restaurants, a hospital, hotels, exercise facilities, a liquor store, souvenir shops, a […] 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
Seal Cove Campground & Golf Course
Seal Cove Campground is a charming, down-to-earth family campground that boasts 45 acres of scenic beauty overlooking Murray Bay, PEI. Camping at Seal Cove offers a peaceful Island getaway the whole family will love and our location still gives you easy access to the sights and sounds of Charlottetown. We think that camping in PEI […] Read more
Somers by the Beach Campground
Somers By the Beach Campground, a beautiful family owned campground overlooking Murray River. Enjoy a relaxing stay in one of our large spacious campsites. Whether you are coming with a tent, tent trailer, RV or even if you don’t own any of these we can accommodate you at our campground. We have a loft suite […] Read more
St. Peter’s Park Campground
St. Peter’s Bay Campground is located at 5930 on Highway #2, in the picturesque community of St. Peter’s Bay on a 17-acre plot of land. It is situated adjacent to the Confederation Trail and overlooking the beautiful St. Peter’s Bay. We are also within an 8km drive to the Greenwich National Park with all the […] 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