Where can I buy a PEI National Park Pass?

Visitors are encouraged to purchase their passes online at www.parksorders.ca. Please note that with increased volume and mail and package delivery service at this time, Parks Canada will temporarily accept printed email confirmations that show a valid entry pass or permit purchased online.

Is Brackley Beach free?

Why you shouldn’t bother visiting Brackley Beach, PEI (Prince Edward Island National Park) We had already visited Greenwich National Park after it was recommended to us by our bed & breakfast and to enter the national park area, you have to pay a fee (CAD$7.80 per adult) which is valid for the entire day.

How much does it cost to enter PEI National Park?


* Adult $ 7,90
* Senior $ 6,90
Youth free
* Family/Group $ 16,00
* Commercial Group, per person $ 6,90

Do you have to pay to go to Stanhope Beach?

Paid to enter park around Delvay, as part of the Green Gables central coastal drive.

Are PEI provincial parks free?

PEI Provincial Park Usage Fees Day or annual passes are not required for entry to PEI provincial parks, but fees may be charged for certain activities such as skiing on groomed trails. There’s no charge for day hiking or for snowshoeing. An additional fee is charged for reserving campsites.

How long is the Greenwich boardwalk PEI?

2.5 kilometres
The newly-upgraded boardwalk at P.E.I. National Park in Greenwich is complete in time for the tourist season. The Greenwich Dunes Trail is 2.5 kilometres long, including a 700-metre floating boardwalk over a marsh. The boardwalk needed to be replaced because cedar planking had rotted after 20 years.

Are PEI beaches warm?

In fact, the beach is said to have some of the warmest waters north of Florida, occasionally exceeding 70 degrees.

Is Pei open for tourism?

tourism industry excited about borders opening early to rest of Canada. After more than a year of being shut to Canadians outside Atlantic Canada, Premier Dennis King announced P.E.I. would be welcoming them 10 days sooner than expected — now on July 18.

How long does it take to drive across PEI?

If you travel from tip to tip in a direct path (mostly route 2) it would take 3-4 hours. The coastal routes would take longer and would be more scenic.

Can dogs go to PEI Greenwich?

Pets are prohibited on all Prince Edward Island National Park beaches between April 1 and October 15 annually, when the risk of wildlife and domestic animal conflict is highest. You must pick up any droppings from your pet and place them in a refuse container. Dogs must be kept on a leash (max length 3 m) at all times.

Is Greenwich PEI open?

Greenwich Interpretation Centre Open daily, 9 am to 5 pm, June 10 to September 15, 2021.

How much is a pass to Pei National Park?

Season passes offer unlimited access to PEI National Park’s stunning white sand supervised beaches, over 50 km of trails, special events, summer programs, and well-maintained visitor facilities. Families and groups can enjoy all this and more for only $49. Adult ($19.60) and senior individual ($17.10) season passes are also available.

When is the season for Pei National Park?

PEI National Park is the ultimate vacation destination, featuring over 50 km of trails for hiking and cycling, seven supervised swimming beaches, and two campgrounds. Season pass holders are entitled to unlimited access to PEI National Park from June until September.

When does Prince Edward Island seasonal pass expire?

Prince Edward Island National Park’s seasonal pass is valid for the 2021 operating season. La Mauricie National Park’s seasonal pass is valid until October 11, 2021. The Single-location pass includes all the privileges and services that normally come with a daily admission pass or permit.

Where are the beaches on Prince Edward Island?

PEI National Park runs along 46 km of the island’s north shore and includes Cavendish to North Rustico, Brackley to Dalvay, and the Greenwich peninsula. The park features some of the PEI’s most beautiful sandy beaches as well as impressive sandstone cliffs.