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All reviews north rustico national park red sand parking lot fishing village lifeguard on duty shallow water beautiful scenery watch the fishing boats souvenir shop tucked away summer months change rooms spend an afternoon deep sea fishing cavendish lifeguards
My first trip to PEI I stayed with friends in North Rustico. I was blown away by the red rocks and sand of the beach. This was just after Hurricane Dorian, so I did not know what to expect as far as storm damage. There...More
There are so many postcard spots to stop in PEI. This was one of our favs. Not a lot of other tourists the day we were there and the water was crystal clear. North Rustico is a wonderful fishing village to stop and relax.
Most beautiful wild flowers on the way from parking lot to the beach. Water is super clean but a bit on colder side, calm waters of the bay was perfect for kids riding skim boards. Red cliff on left side adds to the beautiful scenery...More
Beautiful big beach to go to right in town. We paid to get in at the official park entrance and later realized that you can enter at the other end of the beach for free. A perfect spot to spend an afternoon.
We walked to this beach from an adjoining beach, because the small parking lot was full. The water is shallow and warm, and a roped off area is lifeguarded. Unfortunately some spots along the beach smelled really bad (the tide was going out). Only one...More
The views from the fishing boat were great. My husband caught mackerel and cod. My fifteen year old grand daughter caught her first fish and was thrilled the crew were helpful and showed her the ropes. A lovely experience!
Damn, some people there did not care what others thought. your mother was there you know, she did a great job. I wish other beaches could be more like this beach. I think the world needs more nude beaches.
Go to Brackley Beach in the PEI national park. Far prettier than Cavendish. Go to Richards Restaurant in Covehead for the best fish and chips! Brackley has a drive in theatre too. A trip into Charlottetown is a must! So much... More
Go to Brackley Beach in the PEI national park. Far prettier than Cavendish. Go to Richards Restaurant in Covehead for the best fish and chips! Brackley has a drive in theatre too. A trip into Charlottetown is a must! So much to see and do. Check out the summer theatre at the Confederation Arts Centre and the historic Province House. The quaint village of Victoria by the sea on your way back to the confederation bridge is a lovely spot to stop. Have a great trip!!