Covehead Lighthouse in Stanhope (Prince Edward Island, Canada)

27km², Prince Edward Island National Park runs along 60km in length across the Northern Shore of Prince Edward Island, providing a stunning taste of the wildlife and coastline that the Gulf of St. Lawrence has to offer, including sandy beaches, Red Foxes, Water Fowl, Warblers and of course PEI’s iconic red cliffs.

Although Prince Edward Island National Park is the only National Park in the tiny province, it makes up for that with ample activities. The park includes four supervised beaches (including one of PEI’s most famous, Cavendish Beach) and 16 trails that offer a mixture of cycling and hiking options for the fitness enthusists. Whether it is the 0.8km Balsam Hollow, or the 10km, one way, Gulf Shore Way East trail, there will be sights and fitness options for the entire family.