Sleep under the stars without having to set up your own camp and roughing it. Glamping around Prince Edward Island is growing more popular every year and there are more options to stay at. Get ready for a camping adventure without all the work at these wonderful glamping and comfortable camping locations around Prince Edward Island.
Treetop HavenStay in a cross between a treehouse and a pod called a TreePOD. A quaint hideaway among the trees, the TreePODs offers a comfortable space surrounded by a beautiful forest. You can pick from five TreePODS named after PEI local birds.
1210 Mount Tryon Road, Route 115, Mount Tryon
Twin Shores Camping Area
Gather up the family and get ready for a fun beach adventure on PEI’s North Shore. Set up your tent and spend the night under the stars, or stay in one of the cabins. There is always something going on around Twin Shores as they offer over 25 weekly activities, plus special events throughout the summer.
705 Lower Darnley Road, Darnley
Marco Polo Land
One of the best places for a family camping vacation, Marco Polo Land is located in Anne’s Land in Anne of Green Gables. Along with great camping spots, Marco Polo Land offers 4 Star Facilities including a supervised rec program, a giant jumping pillow, and even a petting farm.
7406 Route 13, Cavendish
Cavendish Bosom BuddiesIndulge in some beachside fun and experience what makes PEI’s North Shore special. The suites, cottages, and summer homes are ready for your summer vacation. Just a short walk to the New London Bay and its miles of white sand beach, and a five-minute drive from Cavendish, you are close by to everything.
84 MacCoubrey Lane, Cavendish
Cavendish Sunset Campground
Across from the entrance to Cavendish National Park is even more fun. Cavendish Sunset Campground offers both campsites and cottage rentals. Inside the campground, the fun continues all day into the night with outdoor movies, mini-golf, hayrides, and an arcade.
9095 Cavendish Road, Green Gables
Prince Edward Island National Park
You don’t need to rough it to stay in the Prince Edward Island National Park. OTENTiks are the park’s newest accommodation option. A blend of a tent and cabin, oTENTiks are a great option for camping fun without the hassle of setting up camp.
355 Grahams Lane, Cavendish, or 983 Gulf Shore Parkway, Stanhope
New Glasgow Highlands Campground
Hidden into a sheltered southern-slope of an Acadian Forest, the New Glasgow Highlands Campground offers a fantastic camping experience with the comforts of home. The forest is home to native wildlife who may make an appearance.
2499 Glasgow Road, Route 224, Hunter River
Lord Selkirk Campground
Hosting some of PEI’s Celtic festivals like the Annual Highland Games, the Lord Selkirk Campground is a part of the Belfast Highland Greens. While the beach is not suitable for swimming, there is a pool to cool off in. Located on the Points East Coastal Drive, the campground is closeby to many local attractions for more adventures.
138 Selkirk Park Road, Belfast
Red Point Provincial ParkOne of PEI’s most popular campgrounds, Red Point offers a beautiful supervised beach. Once you have your camp set up, get ready for fun because there are activities for all ages every day. Since it is only a 10 minute drive from Souris and is the closest campground to the Rollo Bay Fiddle Festival grounds, Red Point is very busy during the summer.
249 Red Point Park Road, Elmira
Brudenell River Provincial Park
Pack the car and stay overnight in the largest provincial park on Points East Coastal Drive. Get ready for lots of fun at Brudenell River Provincial Park. Home to two 18-hole golf courses, a 9-hole course, a pool, marina and river beach, the park offers something for everyone. You can even visit Brudenell Island by crossing the gravel bar.
All Points East Campground
Beaches, dining, and beach adventures surround the All Points East Campground. If you are not feeling bringing your own tent, you can bunk at the lake at the bunkhouse which is site #40. Being one of the newer campgrounds, the grounds are still being tweaked.
515 North Lake Harbour Road, Lakeville
Somers By The Beach – Campground
Pack the car, gather up the family and get ready for a camping adventure without having to set up a tent. Somers By The Beach offers lofts and cabins for a relaxing stay along a gorgeous beach. Take a dip in the ocean or in the heated pool after playing on the sand. Kings Castle Provincial Park is right next door to the campground, which is known for its storybook statues and unique play equipment.
1937 Gladstone Road, Route 348, Gladstone
White Sands Campground
Gather up the family and get ready for a family camping adventure without roughing it. White Sands Campground offers both cottages and campsites. Families will love this campground as there is Wi-Fi on cabin sites, a heated pool and a playground. The ocean is only 500 metres from the campground if you are looking for beach day.
192 Cape Road, Route 6, Cavendish
Panmure Island Provincial Park
Wake up to a view of white sand beach and bright blue oceans. Known for its white-sand beaches, Panmure Island is a popular summer getaway. The park hosts the annual Pow Wow that attracts visitors from Eastern Canada with events like drum bands, a healing sweat tent, and native crafts. This park is a great option, especially if you love camping and being at the beach.
350 Panmure Islands Road, Route 347, Panmure Island
Jacques Cartier Provincial Park
Watch the tides come and go from your campsite at Jacques Cartier Provincial Park. Take a ride in the floating wheelchair, play beach volleyball or just relax on the sandy beach. The grass hills are a great camping spot and offer amazing views.
16448 Route 12, Kildare Capes