Parks Canada Is Looking For Input For The PEI National Park Management Plan

Parks Canada Is Looking For Input For The PEI National Park Management Plan
Photo from Parks Canada

Photo from Parks Canada

Prince Edward Island (PEI) National Park is actually one of the smallest in Canada but is looking to become a premier destination. Much work is being done to nurture the area into an eco-region that provides trails, campgrounds, and beaches for all to enjoy.

Park management plans are important documents that guide the future of the national park over a ten-year period. Some of the highlights include...

  • Implementation of a new multi-species Species at Risk Action Plan 

  • Decommission or rehabilitate the aging infrastructure in the park to address safety and/or risks to ecological integrity 

  • Products and activities that focus on connecting visitors with the natural and cultural resources of the park 

  • A revised fee collection system will allow us to gather social science data to better understand the interests and needs of our visitors 

  • Strategies for park management, infrastructure investments and land acquisition in the future

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You are invited to complete the online comment card before January 1st, 2016, send an e-mail or send a letter to: Parks Canada, 2 Palmers Lane, Charlottetown, PE, C1A 5V8.

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