Provincial Parks

North Cape Coastal Drive is home to no less than seven provincial parks. Each one holds its own delights, from sheltered bays to wild surf and red sands. You’re likely to see lots of rabbits and may catch sight of a beautiful fluffy fox. Enjoy the moment and have your camera at the ready, but please don’t feed the wildlife. Take a woodland walk and you may spot an owl hiding in the notch of a tree trunk or an osprey wheeling over a river estuary. Amenities include campgrounds, play parks, interpretive centers and children’s activities.

Bloomfield Provincial Park

Located on Route 2, Bloomfield is a day-use park featuring playground equipment, fishing, fireplaces, picnic facilities, showers and flush toilets. Pets are permitted on leash.

Cedar Dunes Park

Cedar Dunes Park has a picturesque beach with lifeguards and dunes, plus a landmark lighthouse with a small museum.

Green Park Provincial Day Park

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During the 19th century, shipbuilding was a major industry on Prince Edward Island. Green Park was the site of an active shipyard. Visit the Shipbuilding Museum & Historic Yeo House representing the wealth of a golden age on PEI when the shipyards drove the economy of the colony. The park provides playground equipment for children, Frisbee golf, nature trails and a river beach.

Jacques Cartier Provincial Park

Jacques Cartier Provincial Park is the site of, and named after, Prince Edward Island’s first European visitor in 1534. This park offers a wide range of activities for all ages. There is supervised swimming at this beautiful beach, located on the Gulf of St. Lawrence.

Belmont Provincial Park

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Located on Route 123, Belmont is a day-use park featuring an unsupervised beach, playground equipment, fireplaces, picnic facilities, showers and flush toilets. Pets are permitted on leash.

Linkletter Provincial Park

Linkletter is located on Bedeque Bay, in close proximity to Summerside, the recreational and cultural center of Prince County.

Union Corner Provincial Park

Located on Route 11, Union Corner is a day-use park featuring a playground, beach, change rooms and fireplaces. Pets are permitted on leash.

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136 Harbour Rd., West Point

159 Cedar Dunes Park Rd.
West Point

364 Cedar Dunes Park Rd.
West Point

Take Route 2 west to Route 14. Turn left on Route 14 at Coleman Corner. Once you pass the “Welcome to West Point” sign, it is less than 1 km to where you turn left onto Harbour Road.

At the West Point Harbourside Centre, turn right onto Cedar Dunes Park Road, which leads to West Point Lighthouse.

Alternate:

Continue on Route 2 past Coleman Corner until you reach the round-about. Turn left to O’Leary. Follow Route 142 until you reach a T intersection. Turn left and follow Route 14 until you reach Cedar Dunes Provincial Park, or Harbour Road..

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