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Victoria Park, Charlottetown

Categories: Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.7/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
Laze the hours away with a sunny day out to Victoria Park, Charlottetown's largest and most popular park. Opened in 1873, the park has maintained its peaceful natural beauty while providing a hub for recreation and activity for the residents of the town. Ramble through serene woodland trails, scenic harbour front board walks and flourishing gardens, or challenge a friend to a set of tennis before a refreshing dip in the community pool. A splash pad and playground cater for the kids, so bring a picnic and pick a quiet spot. Put Victoria Park on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Charlottetown trip builder.
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  • We were staying near Victoria Park, in the old Charlottetown, and took advantage of the long walk on the beach on a beautiful evening at the end of August. We weren't the only ones! Beautifully exploited, this beach offers a fantastic view of the ocean and should amply justify the costs of implementation.
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  • I enjoyed this place as a child so it is so nice to be able to return to it and enjoy a walk along the boardwalk. Great that the pool is free. I love getting a treat at the Kiwanis Dairy Bar. The flow...  read more »
  • Offers a beautiful walk on foot or by bicycle. The parking lot was fairly accessible during our visit.
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