Parks Canada Trails


There are many scenic trails located within Prince Edward Island National Park, each with its own unique features. Meander along field edges and hedgerows, across floating boardwalks or through mixed woodlands.

Discover spectacular vistas and a variety of species of birds and other wildlife. The trails vary in length as well as in sight and sound. For brief descriptions as well as the location of each trail, visit the Official Parks Canada PEI Trails Page.


  • Woodlands - Starts off the northwest portion of Dalvay Crescent
  • Reeds & Rushes - Starts off the northwest portion of Dalvay Crescent
  • Clark’s Lane Trail - Starts at Cavendish Grove
  • Bubbling Springs - Same Trail Head as Farmlands
  • Cavendish Beach Trail - Starts at Cavendish Grove
  • Cavendish Dunelands - Starts at Cavendish Beach East
  • Homestead - Starts just at the entrance of Cavendish Campground
  • Farmlands - Starts 2 km east of Stanhope, to the south of the Gulf Shore Parkway
  • Gulf Shore Way - Trailheads located at Brackley Beach Complex and Dalvay Crescent
  • Haunted Wood - GreenGables, Prince Edward Island National Park
  • Balsam Hollow - GreenGables, Prince Edward Island National Park
  • Tlaqatik - Greenwich, Prince Edward Island
    National Park
  • Greenwich Dunes - Greenwich, Prince Edward Island National Park
  • Havre Saint Pierre - Greenwich, Prince Edward Island National Park