IMHIP2 said:I second Twin Shores. Book early. We stayed there in August 2003 and loved the place. Long red sand beach (2km) and the water was actually swimmable (unlike Nova Scotia). Malpeque Bay is know for its Oysters. Had considered going back again this year but I think we will stay closer to home and try the Finger Lakes area in NY.
Several years ago I camped in a tent at Green Park Provincial Park northwest of Summerside on the west shore of Malpeque Bay. Nice, small park. Tenting sites on the shore.Just wanted to say that the waters in Nova scotia are swimmable. There are a couple of bad spots but the whole province shouldn't be generalized.
Does anyone have a recommendation for a park on PEI that doesn't have 1500 people wandering around on any given day? Looking for a smaller camp ground that is kid and greyhound friendly.