Charlottetown is the capital of Prince Edward Island. It is a small town with a lot of charm and history. It is referred to as the birthplace of Canadian Confederation after the historic Charlottetown Conference in 1864, which merged the three British North American provinces at the time into a united federation. Over the years, there have been numerous changes and expansions, which led to the Canada we know today with ten provinces and three territories.

Prince Edward Island National Park

Prince Edward Island is one of the three Maritime provinces located in eastern Canada. It features several lighthouses, red sandy beaches and rugged sandstone cliffs. It also contains Prince Edward Island National Park, which is divided into three regions along the northern shore of the island. It offers camping and several outdoor activities to enjoy the dramatic coastline, sand dunes and salty ocean.

Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park

Hopewell Rocks Provincial Park is located along the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick. It features a series of stunning sea stacks and is a popular spot to watch the extreme change in the tide. The park contains a single hiking trail that follows the coastline and provides three access points to the ocean floor.

Fundy National Park

Fundy National Park is located on the Bay of Fundy in New Brunswick, which is famous for having the highest tidal range in the world. It’s the perfect spot to enjoy the water at high tide and explore the mudflats at low tide. The park also contains camping and a number of hiking trails along the coastline and through the dense forests.

Kouchibouguac National Park

Kouchibouguac (pronounced koo-shee-boo-gwack) is a Mi’kmaq expression meaning “river of the long tides”. Kouchibouguac National Park is located along the Kouchibouguac River in the east coast of New Brunswick. It contains sand dunes, salt marshes, ancient bogs and dense forests. It offers plenty of recreational activities like camping, hiking, paddling and bird watching.