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Prince Edward Island: os melhores parques

Beach
“A favourite with visitors. Amazing white sand beaches, clear blue water and the opportunity to jump off the wharf like the locals!”
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Campground
“Beach! Extremely busy during high season. Warmest waters North of South Carolina.”
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Loja Gourmet
“Browse the gift shop, have lunch, check out the butterfly house - the kids will love this part and check out the garden. ”
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Premise
“Beautiful hike! Dunes, beach and a floating dock. Doesn’t get any more beautiful than this! Bring bug spray!”
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Outros "Vida ao Ar Livre"
“PEI's only national park spans several communities along the north shore. Along the park, you'll see white sand and sand dunes to red cliffs and sandstone. There are paths through wooded areas and a boardwalk in other areas. So much to take in.”
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Zoo
“An amazing walk through woods and over sand dunes to a white sand beach. Worth the walk to see the beauty of the north shore or to have a swim! Beware of rip currents as this is an unsupervised beach. ”
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Parque
“Great spot for hiking and moutina biking. It also has access to a river for kayaking/caoneing and a great play structure for kids. ”
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Parque
“Stunning view from Cape George Point. Be careful, no fence and VERY high up”
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Parque
“A landscaped park with a boardwalk next to a few shops and restaurants by the riverside. ”
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Parque
“Free access provincial park with washrooms, showers, picnic area, and lots of parking.”
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Parque
“Free to use the stunning beach at this Provincial campground. Great stretch of beach that is patrolled by lifeguards, but is rarely super-busy. There are washrooms and change rooms on the grounds. Clean and well-maintained, as expected from a Provincial park.”
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Parque
“Such a unique feature filled with raised boardwalks, lookouts and great spots to hang out to watch all the amazing birds. My favourite it is the Yellow Warbler. I wonder which one you will be amazed by?”
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Campground
“Swim or Relax on the beach at Jacque Cartier Park. Take a long walk up the shoreline and take in the red cliffs and caverns. ”
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Parque
“The North Cape Nature Trail lies on the windswept northwest tip of the Island. A lighthouse has stood at the site since at least the mid nineteenth century. Today it is the site of a large windmill farm, and a wind energy research station. A restaurant and gift shop are also nearby. The trail is a linear boardwalk, starting at the North Cape Windmill Farm, following sheer cliffs from 30 feet to 40 feet on one side, almost two km to the remains of an isolated rock column just a good leap offshore. (Don’t try it.) Off the cliff side lies the endless seascape of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and at certain points, the beach is accessible at low tide. The boardwalk readily accommodates wheelchairs, but it is not accessible to motorized vehicles, and bicycles are not welcomed. The trail passes through scrub woodlands taking a side trip of a couple of hundred yards into Black Marsh, with its unique flora. Here is a raised resting platform and look off. The Marsh covers a very extensive area on the cliff tops, with the Marsh extension barely penetrating its edge. Dozens of varieties of coarse plants unique to the Marsh may be seen, with their tiny colourful flowers. In addition to marsh birds and common birds of the Island on one side, from the cliff you may see terns and gulls, cormorants, loons, scoter, old squaw, eider and harlequin ducks, gannets, and bald eagles. ”
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Parque
“One of our favourite beaches for swimming, beach combing, lighthouse tours, and ice cream. ”
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Campground
“The Belfast Highland Greens Golf Course is one of the finest 9 hole golf courses in Atlantic Canada and one of the most scenic golf courses on Prince Edward Island. Located on the historic Lord Selkirk Park where settlers first landed on Prince Edward Island. You will find yourself taken away by the views provided by the Orwell Bay and the Northumberland Strait. Enjoy”
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