Prince Edward Island National Park
Parc national de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard


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Gentle surf strokes sandy beaches alongside red cliffs and wind-sculpted dunes. Cycle a seashore path, savour a picnic by a lighthouse and spot heron wading in coastal bays. Hike woodlands and overlook ponds watching for red fox, waterfowl and warblers, then head to one of many beaches to build spectacular sandcastles. At sunset, roast marshmallows over a campfire listening to tales and songs - Prince Edward Island National Park is a giant playground for kids of all ages.

Écoutez les vagues s’échouer délicatement sur les plages de sable qui bordent les falaises de grès rouge et les dunes sculptées par le vent. Roulez sur un sentier du littoral, dégustez un pique-nique près d’un phare et observez les hérons depuis les baies côtières. Faites une randonnée en forêt, scrutez les étangs à la recherche d’un renard roux, d’oiseaux aquatiques ou de parulines, puis construisez un château de sable. À la tombée de la nuit, faites griller des guimauves au-dessus d’un feu de camp en vous laissant bercer par des récits et des chants. Le parc national de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard : un véritable terrain de jeu géant pour les petits et les grands.

Source: Parks Canada Website (2022)


Established: 1937

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Prince Edward Island
Île-du-Prince-Édouard


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Documents
Management Documents

Management Plan / Plan directeur (Parks Canada, 2007)

Management Plan / Plan directeur (Parks Canada, 2017)

Multi-species Action Plan for Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada / Plan d'action visant des espèces multiples dans le parc national du Canada de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard Species at Risk Act Action Plan Series / Loi sur les espèces en péril Série de Plans d'action (Parks Canada, 2016)

Historical Documents

Cartographic Survey 1601-1946, Prince Edward Island National Park / Green Gables House Report / Human History, Prince Edward Island National Park Manuscript Report Number/Travail inédit numéro 352 (Fred Horne, Parks Canada, 1978-79)

CORE News: Ecological COnservation and REstoration Projects in Prince Edward Island National Park / ÉCO Nouvelles: Projets de restauration et de conservation ÉCOlogique au parc national de l'île-du-Prince-Édouard (Parks Canada, August 2015)

Estimation of Seed Bank and Seed Viability of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence Aster, Symphyotrichum laurentianum, (Fernald) Nesom (Joni F. Kemp and Christian R. Lacroix, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 118 No. 1, 2004, ©The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club)

Fact Sheets/Fiche d'information
Sand Dunes: Eco-lessons from the National Parks in Atlantic Canada / Dunes : Écoleçons des parcs nationaux de la région de l’Atlantique (Parks Canada, c2013)
Prince Edward Island National Park of Canada / Le parc national du Canada de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard (Parks Canada, c2013)
Piping Plover: An Endangered Species / Le pluvier siffleur: une espèce en péril (Parks Canada, c2013)

Forest fungi collected in national parks in the Maritime Provinces Information Report M-X-40 (Laszlo P. Magasi, Canadian Forest Service, March 1974)

Forest insects and tree diseases in national parks in the Maritime Provinces Information Report M-X-54 (E.G. Kettela and G.V. Moran, Canadian Forest Service, July 1975)

Forest insects and tree diseases in national parks in the Maritime Provinces Information Report M-X-54 (E.G. Kettela and G.V. Moran, Canadian Forest Service, July 1975)

New and noteworthy records of Orthoptera and allies in the Maritimes and the Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Quebec (Paul M. Catling, Donald F. McAlpine and Christopher I. G. Adam, Gilles Belliveau, Denis Doucet, Aaron D. Fairweather, David Malloch, Dwayne L. Sabine, A. W. Thomas, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 127 No. 4, 2013, ©The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club)

Orthoptera and allies in the Maritime provinces, Canada: new records and updated provincial checklists (John Klymko, Paul Catling, Jeffrey B. Ogden, Robert W. Harding, Donald F. McAlpine, Sarah L. Robinson, Denis A. Doucet and Christoper I.G. Adam, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 132 No. 4, 2018, ©The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club)

Piping Plover, Charadrius melodus, egg viability after seawater immersion (Julie McKnight, Linda Thomas and Diane L. Amirault, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 118 No. 3, 2004, ©The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club)

Prince Edward Island National Park Bat Inventory and Monitoring 2015 — Technical Report (Jordi Segers, Scott McBurney, Lauren Grant and Hugh Broders, Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative for Parks Canada, January 2016)

Prince Edward Island National Park: The living sands Miscellaneous Report 3 (David M. Baird, Geological Survey of Canada, 1962)

Prince Edward Island National Park: The living sands Miscellaneous Report 3 (David M. Baird, Geological Survey of Canada, 1973)

The Cumulative Effects of Development and Land Use at Prince Edward Island National Park Technical Reports in Ecosystem Science (Todd L. Keith, Parks Canada, 1996)

The spiders of Prince Edward Island: experts and citizen scientists collaborate for faunistics (Joseph J. Bowden, Kyle M. Knysh, Gergin A. Blagoev, Robb Bennett, Mark A. Arsenault, Caleb F. Harding, Robert W. Harding and Rosemary Curley, extract from The Canadian Field-Naturalist, Vol. 132 No. 4, 2018, ©The Ottawa Field-Naturalists' Club)



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