RV vacations don't get more idyllic than Anne of Green Gables' homeland.
Cradled by the rugged coastlines of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island is Canada's smallest province and most idyllic vacation destination. Drive your RV over from the mainland to discover its charming fishing villages, sandy beaches, and farm-to-table restaurants. A short drive from the capital of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island National Park is the top choice for coastal camping, and the two campgrounds have serviced RV sites with access to kitchen shelters, a laundromat, and a camp store. Further west, the North Cape Coastal Drive is PEI's most rewarding road trip, where campers can feast on freshly shucked oysters and camp at Cedar Dunes Provincial Park. Wherever you're heading, you'll never be far from an RV campground. Choose from serviced provincial park campsites, private family-run campgrounds, RV parks with space for big rigs, or a peaceful Hipcamp on a local farm.