Swimming and beach activities
Prince Edward Island National Park
Take in the beauty of PEI National Park’s spectacular shoreline and the experience the bliss of our picturesque beaches for yourself.
Splash around in the water in one of our supervised swimming areas or stroll along the sandy shore. Parks Canada now offers accessible beach access at some of our beaches, with ramps, beach wheelchairs, mobility mats, and universal washrooms at most locations.
For those seeking quiet evening serenity, finish your day along our national park coastline and enjoy the show of colours you’ll see here and nowhere else. Whether you prefer an active beach day or more laidback time by the water, PEI National Park beaches really do offer something memorable for everyone.
On September 23, 2022, Fiona’s ferocious forces left an unprecedented wake of destruction across the province. In PEI National Park, storm impacts included the falling of thousands of trees, road and beach access washouts, and the significant erosion of the park’s shoreline, including sand dunes.
For information about the upcoming changes to infrastructure and visitor experience for 2023 following Hurricane Fiona, please visit: parks.canada.ca/pei-fiona
Surfguards are on duty at several beaches in the summer months for a safe experience.
Find accessible beach access, mobility mats, washrooms & parking.
Learn about water safety while visiting PEI National Park beaches.
Before heading out, check out surf conditions and parking availability by visiting PEINow.
Discover fun things to do this summer within Prince Edward Island National Park.
Learn more about special programs offered at Prince Edward Island National Park.
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