Prince Edward Island is the smallest Canadian Province, but world-wide known thanks to the story of Ann from Green Gables; find where to camp or stay with your RV to enjoy all the island has to offer.
Prince Edward Island is the only Canadian province consisting of the island itself.
It belongs to the group of the three Maritime Provinces. It is also the smallest province and least populated one.
Nevertheless, it is also quite well known across the world thanks to Lucy Maud Montgomery and her fascinating story of Ann (starting with Anne from Green Gables).
No wonder that one of the major attractions of the island (kind of must-to-see) is a little museum – the house arranged according to the famous book.
Being here you must also visit other museums like for example the Wyatt House Museum, International Fox Museum, Hall of Fame, Prince Edward Island Museum and Heritage Foundation.
For a family fun time you shouldn’t miss the Haunted Mansion, Kensington Mill River Fun Park in O'Leary, Shining Waters Family Fun Park in Cavendish and the Burlington Amusement Park in Kensington. Prince Edward Island National Park has also many bike and hiking trails.
Part of the fun is driving along the winding Confederation Bridge providing the link with the mainland!
That is Prince Edward Island - all about beaches, sun and for sure Ann from Green Gables :-)
Pine Hills RV Park
1531 Brackley Pt. Rd
Charlottetown, PE C1E 1Z3
Pine Hills RV Park is located right near Charlottetown. It spreads over 41 acres and it has over 200 sites as well as cottage and trailer rentals. 134 sites are equipped with full hookups including 30/50 Amps electrical service.
Pine Hills RV Park is great for family fun. You will find here an in-ground pool, playground area for kids, volleyball court, basketball net, horseshoe pit, arcade games and even daily hayrides.
From Pine Hills RV Park you can get to Island’s Capital - Charlottetown in just few minutes. You will be also near Cavendish and Brackley Beach National Parks, lots of shopping and several 18-holes Golf Courses.
The Haunted Mansion, Dune Studio Gallery, Ripley’s “Believe it or Not” and Raceway Park Drag Racing are also in close proximity to the park..
Map of the Pine Hills RV Park
Vacationland RV Park
PO Box 74
Charlottetown, PEI, Canada C1A 7K2
Vacationland RV Park situated right next to Brackley Bay is one of the most beautiful campgrounds on the Prince Edward Island. It is a family owned campground. They have two-way serviced sites with water, electricity, picnic table, and campfire ring.
Their convenience store has everything you might need, such as bread, milk, ice cream and some other grocery items. They also sell RV parts and supplies, firewood and LP gas.
Campground offers hot showers and Laundromats (all in all 12 hot showers and 26 flush toilets on the campsites).
You will love nearby restaurants where you can enjoy lobster dinners. You can also check out the Raceway Park Drag Racing, Paderno Store, Millstream Trail Rides, Victoria Playhouse, Shining Waters Family Fun Park and the Burlington Amusement Park – all not far away.
Crystal Beach Campground
178 Crystal Dr, New Annan
Prince Edward Island, C1N-4J8
Crystal Beach Campground is located right next to the beach (actually on PEI it may be quite difficult to be far from the beach :-)). They have over 200 sites, all covered by WiFi. You can choose between open, shaded & sheltered sites.
You won't get hungry here thanks to the on-site canteen featuring fries, chicken nuggets, etc…. kids will love a large choice of ice creams. And frankly they will not be bored here as the campground has a playground for with a huge sandbox and a splash pad that kids just love. On-site there is also a big heated pool.
Great news - the park is mosquito controlled for your comfort. Pets are permitted on leash.
At Crystal Beach Campground you can walk in the waterfront and admire beautiful sunsets. The campground is within minutes of several gorgeous beaches and offers an easy access to all that the island has for visitors. Cavendish is close by while Summerside with three large shopping malls, Eptek Center Museum and the Jubilee Theater are only 10 minutes away.
Map of the Crystal Beach Campground
Seal Cove Campground & Golf Course
87 Mink River Rd.
Murray Harbour North, PE, Canada C0A 1R0
Seal Cove Campground & Golf Course is a family owned and operated campground with (as its name suggests) a golf course. It is located on 45 scenic acres overlooking the beautiful Murray Bay. They have fully-serviced hookup sites, clean washrooms, free hot showers and a convenience store.
There are several beautiful beaches at the walking distance from the park. You can watch there seals as well as other wildlife. You can also dig for clams on the beach, swim in the pool of the camp or play golf. Also suggested are: deep sea fishing, visiting local lighthouses or going to the Greenwich PEI National Park and taking one of the scenic drives.
Festivals such as the PEI Bluegrass Festival or the Northumberland Fisheries Festival are organized in the area each year (check the calendar for timing).
729 Grand Pѐre Point Road
Route 242, Cymbria
Prince Edward Island
Cymbria Campground has 94 grassy & spacious RV and tent sites. Most of them are 3-way sites and pull-through sites with 30 amp service. But there are also some drive-in/back-out sites with 20 amps service. All sites are wooded so shade is guaranteed; they are grassy and have a picnic table and fire pit.
To assure privacy on the campground, the sites are separated from each other by trees and bushes.
The camp has an 18-holes miniature golf course, heated pool, campers' kitchen and a recreation room.
Very close to the campground there are local craft and souvenir shops, service stations (gas, diesel, propane, garage), groceries, liquor store, Acadian Heritage sites, seafood markets and deep sea fishing possibilities.
You can do some sea kayaking, canoeing and biking. They are close to many attractions that the island has to offer: 10 minutes from North Rustico, 15 minutes from the PEI National Park (Brackley Beach or Cavendish) and only 20 minutes from Charlottetown, the Capital of the island.
The Prince Edwards Island campground parks (PE) have many different things available.
Some are located close to laundry centers and little country style grocery stores. They do allow pets as long as they are on leashes and they allow drinking of alcoholic beverages unlike Minnesota in this country. Therefore, finding campgrounds to meet your needs is easy. You will enjoy fishing, swimming and hiking in the beautiful forest Canada is famous for along with the waterfalls and biking trails for your mountain bike trips.
If you look towards staying at beach camping parks, you may find a directory beneficial in helping you find one that has beach access or a swimming pool, which works for me as well as my wife. The camps up in that area have electricity and water hookups as well as dump stations. If you have an RV motor home, these parks can accommodate the size. The more you see in this providence, the more you will want to stay a few extra days or weeks.
Many of the campgrounds have playgrounds for the kids, family
activities and some beautiful views of waterfalls and forest areas. You
will enjoy the weather and have a great stay up in Canada, however, you
will want to make a reservation early enough so you are guaranteed a
spot when you get there. When traveling around looking for Prince Edward
Island campground parks (PE), you will wish you looked at a directory
and planned. My favorite one is:
PO Box 2193
Borden-Carleton, Prince Edward Island, Canada C0B 1X0
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