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Prince Edward Island: os melhores parques

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“GOLF!!! Long recognized as the most popular golf course on the Island, this picturesque garden and river course offers six par 3's, six par 4's and six par 5's. Broad fairways and manicured greens are accented by numerous gardens, lakes, and ponds. Awarded as one of the Top 50 golf courses in Canada, it is sure to reward the senses with the beauty of Prince Edward Island”
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“This is the beach the locals go to, great water in the peak of summer, dogs are allowed, drinks are allowed (mostly... ;) iykwim) all around a great time, sometimes a great spot to have a beach bonfire as well.”
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“Home of the beautiful West Point Lighthouse and Museum. And the best beach on the west end of PEI. Nearby harbour for lobster boats.”
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Campground
“There you can buy fresh fish and lobster, also has Quai Aboiteau Wharf restaurant and bar which has great fried sea food and outdoor top deck live music. Directions: Take left and another left at light of Tim Hortons, go past entrance to Aboiteau Beach and next left before this park, take road to Les Pêcheries Aboiteau Fisheries Ltd.”
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“A bit out of the way but they have a children's playground, washroom facilities and at low tide a long quiet beach. You get a great view of Confederation Bridge in the distance.”
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“See the most beautiful beach on PEI. Pack a picnic and take the Greenwich Dunelands Trail to the beach. You may be the only one on the beach.”
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“Fun for anyone travelling with Children. The park is free to visit. Plenty of play structures, access to a small beach, and wooded walking areas with statue characters along the trail.”
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“Fantastic spot for mountain biking in the summer and downhill/XC skiing in the winter months!”
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“If the kids are eager for some park play and swing sets and things, this is a great nearby provincial park...it's also very close to the Pinette bridge which growing up was always a place we'd go to jump off the wharf or even - dare ya - the bridge. Depending upon what the tides are doing, this can be hugely or not so hugely exhilarating :)”
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Campground
“From their web site: AT BEN’S LAKE THERE IS PLENTY OF ROOM TO FISH, AND PLENTY OF FISH... WHATEVER YOU’RE EXPERIENCE LEVEL WE CAN HOST WITH RENTAL GEAR AND EXPERIENCED FISHERMAN ON STAFF FOR THE NOVICE OR EVEN EXPERT. HECK, WE’VE GOT A CHEF WHO WILL COOK IT FOR YOU ON AN OPEN CAMPFIRE! RATES: FISHING 1 HOUR $20.00 2 HOURS $30.00 HALF DAY $40.00 FULL DAY $50.00 SEASON PASS $250.00 RODS & RENTAL EQUIPMENT FLY AND SPIN RODS - $5 DEW WORMS - $5”
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Lighthouse
“A beautiful drive along route 19 and the province's south shore. This park has lovely walking trails and views of Charlottetown Harbour. It is the site of one of the first Indigenous, Acadian and English settlements on Prince Edward Island.”
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“Beautiful trail along a Brackish river, this is a magical place. It is not flat, expect a bit of a sweat if you aren't an avid hiker, or are carrying kids on your back. No entrance fee despite it being a provincial park. ”
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“Perfect for families with young children at low tide Sand bars for miles with lots of room to run and play”
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“Swim, play, and walk! Lots of parking close to the beach. washrooms & showers.”
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“The Confederation trail goes from one end of the Island to the other. you can bike or hike on these beautiful trails.”
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“This is a wonderful little playground for children or a picnic area for the family. ”
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