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. 

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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