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All reviews beautiful beach red sand change rooms on duty life guards national park swimming area nice sand warm water sandy beaches snack bar red fish lots of parking prince edward island walking trails off season on site
Had a great time at the beach. There is the west and east beach, each have their own entrances and are not connected for vehicles so you need to drive. I recommend the West beach as it was a lot bigger and very nice sand...More
For the kids: bring you castle building supplies, sun cream and umbrella. It can get hot on the beach. If you follow the road along from Cavendish center to North Rustico there are many spots to park and climb down to the waters edge to...More
It was a hot July day (around 28C) when we visited in the early afternoon and the beach was well busy but there was still plenty of unexplored spots. There is a fee for entering but worth it, you can get a day pass which...More
Not only is the beach fantastic but the town itself is phenomenal. We absolutely loved Cavendish the most out of all the places we visited and we traveled the whole Province. A must stop if going to Prince Edward Island.
During our PEI vacation we got a beach pass from our motel and hit up the beach. A beautiful long coastline awaited us and there were only 2 people there when we arrived that morning in search of treasure. The little waves were so much...More
A beautiful and dramatic coast line. We took "Matthew's Carriage" ride to the coast from the Green Gables Museum. A beautiful ride and you will not to disappointed in the dramatic views. Be sure to visit.
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cavendish is basically a "summer town" the beach should still be accessible as it's a national park ( dont forget your park pass) Some larger restaurants may still be opened. i was in pei for labor day weekend, and most... More
cavendish is basically a "summer town" the beach should still be accessible as it's a national park ( dont forget your park pass) Some larger restaurants may still be opened. i was in pei for labor day weekend, and most things, such as gateway village were shutting down. you will probably have better luck in Ch'town If you are looking for little shops. it's about 40 min drive.
Yes! There are different options for kayak rentals close to Cavendish. Check out Outside Expeditions, Inn At The Pier or By The Sea Kayaking. For clam digging, check out Experience PEI for clam digging tours!