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We camped here in a lovely flat 3 way pull through for 35 dollars right on the red sand beach that stretches for miles. A little hard to find tucked in behind all the tourist traps but well worth the effort. Good to spend a...More
Great beach, the sand is nice, the view is beautiful. The water was 18 degrees just perfect for a cool off on a hot summers day. There are lifeguards, and bathrooms and plenty of parking close to the beach. Even some rock pools to explore.
This is a different sort of beach if you are used to the white sands of the Caribbean, but we felt very worth a few hours stop, especially if you are an Anne fan. It gave you the feel of the island story, so made...More
Cavendish Beach is a lovely stretch of land that is perfect for both a short visit or a day at the beach. With sandstone cliffs, dunes, and tidal pools to explore (as well as mild waters), it offers something for all. Take note, though, that...More
We were only in P.E.I. for the day, so we couldn't stay long, but I had to see the beach that inspired me in the movies (Anne ) & book. It was breathtakingly beautiful! The rocks are gorgeous & fun to walk on & explore....More
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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!