“history and beauty”
Cabot Beach is the largest park in western PEI. This beautiful park has a large day-use area with playground equipment, an activity centre with children's programs. There is also supervised swimming on scenic Malpeque Bay, as well as a floating chair to make the beach more easily accessible. The historical Fanning School is also found on site. Named after Governor Fanning, it was built in 1794. This schoolhouse was very unique at the time because it was a two-storey building. People were still being taught in the schoolhouse in 1969; and, in 1993, it was moved to Cabot Beach day-use area and was restored. Nearby attractions include the Kensington Railyards and Welcome Centre, Malpeque Bay Sea Kayak Tours, and The Keir Memorial Museum.
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Cabot Beach Provincial Park
- Sun - Sat: 8:00 am - 11:00 pm
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- Other public land (TVA, DOD, county parks with campgrounds)