Prince Edward Island National Park economic impact of non-resident visitor expenditures
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Published by P.G. Whiting and Associates in Charlottetown .
Written in English


  • Prince Edward Island National Park,
  • National parks and reserves -- Prince Edward Island -- Management,
  • Tourism -- Prince Edward Island -- Forecasting,
  • Prince Edward Island -- Economic conditions

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Statementprepared for Socio-Economic branch Canada Parks Service Headquarters, by P.G. Whiting and Associates.
ContributionsWhiting, Peter G.
The Physical Object
Pagination19. p. :
Number of Pages19
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23750199M

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Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.), also called the Island, one of the Maritime Provinces of g from North Cape to East Point, “the Island,” as Prince Edward Islanders refer to the province, is about miles ( km) long, ranging from 2 to 40 miles (3 to 65 km) in lies between 46° and 47° N latitude and 62° and 64° W longitude. Prince Edward Island National Park - Discover the stunning beauty of the Island's North Shore on the seven supervised beaches and over 50 km of hiking and cycling trails in PEI National Park. Enjoy daily learning programs for all ages and learn about Island culture through music and stories at evening campfires. The National Park also features unique cultural resources, notably Green Gables. Entry and service fees are charged at most national parks and national historic sites, where revenues are kept to support visitor services and facilities. This means that every time you visit a park or site you are investing in its future — and in a legacy for future generations. Book Your Vacation Features. Air Conditioning Prince Edward Island, Canada. The Gentle Island. 1 () PEI () Live Chat Live Chat. The Chief Public Health Office in consultation with the Provincial and Federal Government will determine when it's safe for other provinces to come visit the Island.

  A plan is in place for Prince Edward Island to achieve above-average growth and create more opportunities for trade, businesses and job creation. Robust business growth across key sectors will build a more prosperous province and assist PEI in becoming an innovative leader. Prince Edward Island National Park (French: Parc national de l'Île-du-Prince-Édouard) is a National Park of Canada located in the province of Prince Edward ed along the island's north shore, fronting the Gulf of St. Lawrence, the park measures approximately 60 km (37 mi) in length and ranges from several hundred metres to several kilometres in width. "Particular spots we enjoy: the Covehead Harbour and Lighthouse lookout, with more ample parking up the road, the scenic drive from the entrance all the way past Dalvay, and Dalvay-by-the-Sea Hotel and trails." "very much enjoyed- lots of families - plenty of space to put towels and chairs- lifeguards on duty- water warm enough to swim in- all and all a great experience-". Prince Edward Island National Park occupies much of the island's central, northern coastline. Three sections of the park offer beaches, wildlife watching, outdoor activities, historic buildings, and other attractions. Campgrounds and picnic areas cater to families and outdoor lovers.