Bonshaw Provincial Park (Open June 16 - September 17) (1 minute away)
Located on the Trans Canada Highway, Bonshaw is a day use park featuring a playground, fishing and picnic facilities. Pets are permitted on leash. Bonshaw Provincial Park is located within the Charlotte's Shore touring region
Argyle Shore Provincial Park (Open June 16 - September 17) (5 minutes away)
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. Argyle Shore Provincial Park is located within the Charlotte's Shore touring region.
Strathgartney Provincial Park (2 minutes away)
Enjoy a walk on the nature trail, or play a round of Frisbee golf. On the Trans Canada Highway.
Victoria Provincial Park (10 minutes away)
Beach, playground, fireplaces, showers, and flush toilets available all in the perfect village of Victoria by the Sea off the Trans Canada Highway.
Canoe Cove (5 minutes away)
One of the nicest beaches is located at Canoe Cove, about 5 minutes from here. This is the perfect place to just sit and enjoy the lovely weather, play in the playground, sample the canteen or go for a pleasant swim.
Chelton Provincial Park
Supervised beach, playground, showers, canteen and flush toilets available. Off route 10 from Bedeque.
Cavendish National Park
Brackley and Cavendish beaches are the ones that PEI is known for around the world and they should be seen. They are located in the National Park on the north shore about 30 minutes away.
Greenwich National Park
Greenwich beach is the newest addition to the National Park and is strictly controlled for environmental preservation of the unique sand dunes. There is an interpretation centre there that is worth the visit as well as walkways through the dunes. The drive to this park, which is near St Peters, will take about 45 minutes.