Prince Edward Island Camping Sites and Trailer Parks

Prince Edward Island Camping Sites and Trailer Parks Canada

Stock #: 217318
Type: Postcard
Era: Chrome
State: Prince Edward Island (PE)
Country: Canada
Publisher: Island Wholesale
Size: 3.5" x 5.5" (9 x 14 cm)

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Provincial Campgrounds 1--Strathgartney Park 2--Brudenell River Park 3--Sir Andrew McPhail Memorial Park 4--Green Park 5--Jacques Cartier Park 6--Linkletter Park 7--St. Peters Park 8--Bloomfield Park 9--Albany Picnic Site 10--Bonshaw Park 11--Cedar Dunes Park 12--Cabot Park 13--Pinette Park 14--Marie Picnic Site 15--Red Point Park 16--Campbell's Cove Park 17--East Point Picnic Site 18--Anglo Park 19--Borden Picnic Site 20--Lord Selkirk Park 25--Northumberland Park 65--Wellington Picnic Site 66--Sandy Cove Picnic Site 67--Argyle Shore Picnic Site 68--Southport Picnic Site Private Campgrounds 26--Carleton Beach 27--Harbourvue 28--Holiday Haven 29--Point Pleasant 30--Dunwurkin-By-The-Sea 31--Stanhope Bay Trailer Court 32--Sherwood Trailer Court 33--Loch Dhu Haven 34--Timber Trail Park 35--Green Acres 36--Rustico Acres Tenting Area 37--Hardwicke 38--Priest Pond 39--Pates Camping Area 40--Pate's Camping Area 41--Private Camping Area 42--P.E.I. Wildlife Park Picnic Site 43--Parkside Campgrounds and Trailer Park 44--Chelton Beach Campgrounds 45--Albany 46--Redcliffe Downs 47--Red Rock Beach 48--Rayner Park 49--Rustico Golf & Yacht Club 50--Stanhope Bay Road Tenting 51--Ponderosa Beach 52--Tara Campsite 53--Mt. Stewart Park 54--Strathgartney Homestead Park 55--Murray Harbour Camp and Conference 56--Century Park 57--Johnstons Centennial Park 58--Rustico Summer Haven 59--Bagnalls Trailer Park 60--Ideal Campgrounds National Park Campgrounds 21--Stanhope Beach 22--Primitive Campsite 23--Rustico Island 24--Cavendish CODE OF MAP National Park - Dark Blue Provincial Parks - Red Private Parks - Black Camping is fun on PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, CANADA No dangerous insects or wild animals inhabit the provinc and you are insured a worry free vacation. All campgrounds are unsupervised and most are close to towns and villages where the visitor has access to stores, restaurants, theatres, churches and medical help if needed. Some are adjacent to golf and fishing and all provide some form of entertainment such as pony rides, playgrounds, and games