Cavendish Beach, Prince Edward Island National Park
DescriptionCavendish Beach is a Canadian beach in the community of Cavendish, Prince Edward Island. Fronting the Gulf of St. Lawrence, this broad natural sand beach stretches for 8 kilometres from the entrance to New London Bay in the west, to the red san
Brackley Beach, Prince Edward Island National Park
A favourite among locals, Brackley is a sandy beach highlighted with dunes located about 15 mins from Charlottetown. Beach facility offers picnic areas, large parking lot, washrooms, canteen, and accessibility services. Supervised in July/August.
Robinsons Island Trail System, Prince Edward Island National Park
A destination for hikers and cyclists alike, this looped trail has both forest and water views, picnic areas, observation stations and beach access. For beginner-intermediate mountain bikers, there are 12 optional technical features and a pump track....
Oceanview Lookoff, Prince Edward Island National Park
A spectacular observation area with views of Cavendish Beach and the North Shore sandstone cliffs, this is also a perfect spot to catch the sunset. Lots of parking, picnic area, observation platform and access to Cavendish Dunelands and Gulf Shore... Mor
Homestead Trail, Prince Edward Island National Park
Passing through forest areas, farmland and along the shores of New London Bay, the Homestead Trail is divided into two loops: the Simpson (6 km) and the Macneill (10 km). Best for hybrid or mountain bikes, this trail varies from flat stretches to... More
MacKenzies Brook, Prince Edward Island National Park
Views of sandstone and wide open water are what you find at MacKenzies Brook. Great coastal observation area with some roadside parking.
Cavendish Grove, Prince Edward Island National Park
Beautiful picnic area suitable for groups of all sizes. Trailheads for Cavendish Beach and Clarks Lane. Signage along the trails highlights natural & cultural heritage of the area.