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Cabot Beach Provincial Park

Yearning to have a BBQ at the beach or searching for a place the kids can burn off some energy? Head to Cabot Beach Provincial Park, where plenty of on-site amenities make it easy to host a family gathering and keep the kids entertained.

Located about a 25-minute drive west of Cavendish on the North Shore, Cabot Beach is the largest provincial park in Western PEI and a popular destination for visitors and residents. Beach bums will appreciate the easily-accessible beach along with washroom and shower facilities. 

Please note that there is currently a swimming ban issued for Cabot Beach, due to  extremely dangerous currents. The beach remains open to visitors who want to relax and play in the sand. 

But wait, the fun doesn’t stop at the beach! Cabot Park also offers park recreation and interpretive programs (June 20 – Aug 22), a cycle pump track, laundromat, playground, kitchen shelter, and dumping station. Enough to keep the whole fam-jam busy for hours on end. Notably, pets are also permitted on leash. 

While you’re in the area, be sure to visit the nearby town of Kensington for post-beach ice cream treats. If you enjoy architecturally-stunning churches, you’ll also want to check out St. Mary’s Church in Indian River.

449 Malpeque Rd, Lot 18, PE C0B 1P0



June 5 - September 20

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