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Best camping, glamping, and outdoor stays on Prince Edward Island

Coast and culture reign on this sun-soaked isle.

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Summer Winds Shoreline
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Summer Winds
19 units · Motorhomes, Tents14 acres · Prince Edward Island14 acre park like setting with open and treed campsites. We have 5 small cottages on the...
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Tranquility by the Sea
34 units · Motorhomes, Tents8 acres · North Rustico, Prince Edward IslandCome stay with us as part of your PEI vacation. Located 3 km from the heart of Cavendish and...
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Cantalo Creek Camping
8 units · Tents47 acres · Belfast, Prince Edward IslandLearn more about this land:Set up your gear and enjoy some peace and quiet, next to the ocean!If...
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The Roseneath Retreat
5 units · Tents12 acres · Prince Edward IslandNestled deep in the woods on a private 12 acre lot, this peaceful homestead is surrounded by old...
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The yurt the morning we drove back to the mainland! What an incredible experience. We will be back!
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EarthSea
1 unit · Glamping6 acres · Lot 67, Prince Edward IslandOn the edge of the Devil’s Punchbowl in Prince Edward Island, EarthSea is a place focused on...
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New Glasgow Highlands Campground
16 units · Motorhomes17 acres · Lot 23, Prince Edward IslandOur campground is maintained by us to achieve camping excellence for you. Our campground is small and unique. We specialize in relaxing, quiet camping, clean and well maintained facilities. The Highlands is carved into a sheltered southern-slope of an Acadian Forest. Mature stands of Maple, Birch, Spruce and Pine provide maximum buffer between sites. Share the woodland habitat with native wildlife and the Lady Slipper Orchid. At the end of the day enjoy a quiet relaxing evening around a campfire. Make a Reservation or View our Image Gallery
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Live for the Beach Tenting
2 units · Motorhomes, Tents5 acres · Prince Edward IslandBring your own tent (no RV's ). Access to the renowned SInging Sands Beach through the sandy...
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PEI Bush Camping
1 unit · Motorhome, Tent4 acres · Prince Edward IslandMy property is a 4 acre patch of bush in Prince Edward Island. It has a road large enough to park...
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Wild Pines Cabins
8 units · Glamping3 acres · Lot 57, Prince Edward IslandGlamping cabins on 3 acres of forest next to a costal golf course and park in south eastern PEI....
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Peace and Friendship
1 unit · Glamping19 acres · Prince Edward IslandA 1977 camper van named the Tortoise sits along side the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It is at the end of a 1.2 km dirt road that opens up to the ocean. From this site you can witness both sunrises and sunsets and have access to a beach with fantastic walking along the shore.
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Dubbed “PEI” by locals, Prince Edward Island packs nature and culture into one small package. Red seaside cliffs and sandy beaches give way to rolling hills further inland, all home to local farms, fresh seafood, and small craft shops. Island activity peaks in summer, when national park campgrounds open and gulf currents bring warm water to PEI’s beaches. Outside high season, campers can find solitude on the island’s waterfront campgrounds and hiking trails—plus splashes of fall foliage and plenty of seasonal festivals. In winter, nature trails pave the way for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.

Green Gables Shore

A landscape of beaches and red sandstone cliffs, this coastal stretch encompasses much of Prince Edward Island National Park along with Green Gables Heritage Site—home of the red-haired heroine from the classic Anne of Green Gables kids’ novel set on PEI. The town of Cavendish is the region’s home base, known for Cavendish Beach and its thrumming boardwalk, amusement park, and campground.

Red Sands Shore

Red cliffs, red-sand beaches, and red-clay roads give this area its name. Trails and campgrounds are set along the shores, interspersed with small towns featuring museums, shops, and galleries. Take a road trip to taste chocolate in storybook fishing village Victoria-by-the-Sea, explore colonial history in Skmaqn–Port-la-Joye–Fort Amherst National Historic Site, and kayak along the West River in St. Catherines. To the east, Charlottetown is known for its theater scene and remnants of Canada’s colonial history.

North Cape

Lighthouses and wind turbines dot PEI’s rugged north shore, where sea breezes sweep through fishing villages and Mi’kmaq cultural sites. Start in the city of Summerside, then head along the waterfront to explore nature escapes such as Cedar Dunes Provincial Park, Kildare Capes, and Lennox Island.

Points East

PEI’s laid-back eastern region features secluded beaches, historic harbors, and rolling farmland. Hiking and biking trails span the countryside, and Greenwich National Park encompasses rolling dunes, white-sand beaches, and extensive boardwalk trails. Go for a  tent camping experience at one of the region’s provincial parks, or settle into small-town life at a fishing village.

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