The largest provincial park on Points East Coastal Drive offers two 18-hole championship golf courses, Brudenell and Dundarave, as well as a 9- hole course, Devine Nine. A pool, marina and river beach with facilities overlook the scenic Brudenell River. Resort accomodations, spa, two restaurants and camping are part of the service.

The park has a multitude of activities to amuse campers and day visitors.  The tiny island of Brudenell Island can be reached across a gravel bar. A stair leads up to a short path through the trees to a large monument marking an old Scottish burial site.  As well, daily activities are scheduled as part of Brudenell’s recreation and interpretive programs for children and adults. A naturalist is available to inform visitors and locals of the natural features of Prince Edward Island. Private operators offer tennis, canoeing, windsurfing, sea kayaking, ocean-view tours, seal-watching cruises and horseback riding along the shore.  Horseshoes and lawn bowling are available. 

Trails:
The hiking and biking trail system offers flora and fauna. The Wildflower Trail preserves and displays trees and plants common to P.E.I. in their native habitats: woodlands, meadows, stream banks, bogs, and fresh and salt water marshes. Plants are marked with both scientific and common names.

  • Type: Beaches, Marinas, Parks, Trails & Gardens, Points of Interest
  • Phone: 902-652-8966
  • Open: All year

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