Prince Edward Island National Park Annual Pass
Prince Edward Island National Park, located on the north shore of the island of the same name in Atlantic Canada, extends over 65 kilometres of shoreline, including beaches, red sandstone cliffs and rolling sand dunes.
Broad, sandy beaches draw crowds of day trippers and campers throughout the summer. Meanwhile, extensive walking trails and boardwalks, as well as a 20-km paved multi-use trail for cyclists, slice through varied coastal terrain, from saltwater marsh to Acadian forest.
If the landscape seems storybook-perfect, there’s good reason. The park is also home to the 19th-century farmhouse immortalized in the novel Anne of Green Gables, now one of Canada’s most popular heritage places.
Marvel at exotic dunes on the Greenwich Peninsula. Camp, cycle and swim in the central Brackley-Dalvay region. Or just enjoy the sun and the sand and a glimpse of Canada’s literary past in Cavendish. With three distinct regions overall, the park brings together the best of Atlantic Canada.
For more information and to plan your next trip, visit parkscanada.gc.ca/pei.
* A separate entrance fee to Green Gables Heritage Place applies.