Prince Edward Island National Park
Credit : Ryan Tir from Vaughan, ON, Canada
One of the smallest parks in Canada
Located in the province of Prince Edward Island, the “PEI” National Park situated along the island’s north shore, fronting the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the park measures approximately 60 km in length and ranges from several hundred metres to several kilometres in width.
Although one of the smallest parks in Canada, it’s a popular destination, with famous beaches and outstanding coastal landscapes. Many visitors are drawn to the area for its setting of Lucy Maud Montgomery’s beloved 1908 novel, Anne of Green Gables.
What is PEI National Park unique ?
Known best for its broad, sandy beaches, PEI National Park is more than just sun and surf. Extensive walking trails and boardwalks, as well as 20 kilometres of paved multi-use trail for cyclists, slice through varied coastal terrain, from saltwater marsh to Acadian forest.
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