Located at the western edge of the Prince Edward Island National Park, just minutes from the Green Gables Heritage Place, Cavendish Beach is the island’s most popular and centrally located beach. With 8 km of fine sand stretching from New London Bay to Cavendish East, Cavendish Beach has warm, calm waters ideal for swimming or kayaking, along with a campsite and ample visitor facilities.
Cavendish Beach is also renowned for its striking scenery, with the sandy shores hemmed in by red sandstone cliffs and rolling dunes. Follow the boardwalk through the dunes and you’ll be afforded impressive views of the surrounding landscape, or venture further afield to explore the barrier islands, wetlands and forests along the coast.
Cavendish Beach is located in the Prince Edward Island National Park on the north coast of Prince Edward Island.