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I have long heard about this wonderful place and finally got to see it first hand. From the many quaint farms, to the red sandstone cliffs, to the crashing surf, each kilometer brought yet another memorable vista to photograph, to experience, to enjoy. Stop and...More
Whether walking the beaches, board walks or sitting in the Adarondick chairs and watching the waves reach the shoreline, Cavendish Beach will stay in your memory forever. There are a few good size parking lots, outlooks and beach accesses.
The beach at Cavendish is in the provincial park but we were there in mid September and there was no admittance fee. The beach is really amazing, just to walk in the extremely fine sand is quite the experience as you tend to sink down...More
Visited in late August. Made for a nice beach walk. There is an adjacent boardwalk/dunes area accessible from the beach’s parking lot. This boardwalk/dunes area is not as extensive as the Greenwich boardwalk/dunes - but would be easier to tackle with kids or mobility challenges....More
Great beach, beautiful views of red stone cliffs. Great walk. Washroom, change rooms, ample parking. Boardwalk for walking or cycling. Marked trails. Many interpretive stations with ecological information. Well worth the trip.
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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!