Prince Edward Island National Park


 Parks Canada Reservation Service

 1-877-RESERVE (1-877-737-3783)

Stay under the stars in PEI National Park and be serenaded by the sound of the wind and waves!

With two campgrounds and a variety of camping options (including tent and RV sites, oTENTiks, our new Bunkies and equipped campsites) near beautiful beaches and trails, Prince Edward Island National Park offers many choices for visitors who want to stay overnight. The camping season runs from June to September.

A family with accessibility needs enjoys a campfire in front of an oTENTik at Stanhope campground. Prince Edward Island National Park.

Parks Canada is committed to maximizing accessibility so that all visitors have the opportunity to enjoy Canada’s natural and cultural heritage.

Find more information on  Accessible facilities


Family enjoying a picnic at Cavendish Campground, Prince Edward Island National Park.

Cavendish Campground

Our largest campground features over 200 sites and an exclusive supervised beach.

Stanhope Campground

Stanhope Campground is a quiet, scenic campground with over 100 sites. 

A man and woman cook lunch at their camper

Tent and RV campsites

Stay close to nature in one of our wonderful campsites, at your preferred comfort level.

A family unpacks as they settle in to their oTENTik


A structure that blends the fun of a tent with the convenience of a cabin, oTENTik is an appealing option for those who want a camping experience without the hassle. 


Bunkie accommodations

Enjoy a peaceful and extra-comfortable camping experience with a roof over your head in PEI National Park’s off-grid accommodation: the Bunkie!

Equipped Campsites

Equipped Campsites

Pack lightly and help make your vacation stress-free by booking one of our equipped campsites at Stanhope Campground!


Cancellation policy

Our Parks Canada cancellation policies will be in full effect this year. For more information: Frontcountry camping cancellation policy and oTENTik camping cancellation policy

Firewood regulations

To protect the park from invasive species, visitors are not allowed to bring their own firewood into the park. This includes firewood that has been bought at another park or elsewhere in PEI.

Firewood is available for purchase at both campgrounds.

We all share the responsibility to help protect Canada’s forests. Learn more: Don't Move Firewood (Canadian Food Inspection Agency).

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