Cindy and I are Beachcombers. Currently we are going down the East Coast looking for seaglass. One of the issues we have encountered is public access to beaches. I was fortunate to find a map of North Carolina that shows were there is public beach access.
In several places, there is also clear signage that says “public beach access.” If you are planning a beachcombing trip to Prince Edward Island, rest assured you will not have any trouble getting to the beach.
Pick up a Prince Edward Island map. You will see swimming beaches marked with a beach umbrella. There are all easy access with free parking. The three Beaches in the national park (Brackley, Cavendish, and Greenwich) are subject to a daily park usage fee.
You can read more about PEI beaches on the Government Website.
In a world where prime beach properties are being gobbled up by developers, it is refreshing to come to Prince Edward Island where hundreds of kilometres of beach are readily accessible.
Happy new year to all my followers