Greenwich Beach, PEI National Park, PE
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Fascinating because of its natural and cultural value the Greenwich Beach is located on the western tip of Greenwich in P.E.I. National Park. It became a national park in 1998 to protect its fragile aspects such as the incredibly large and ever changing parabolic dunes a rare phenomenon in the continent. Several archeological digs have been done by the Canadian Museum of Civilization and Parks Canada in the park which have unearthed artifacts from the First Nations communities of the island and early Acadian settlers. The park has 3 interpretive trails which detail the rich history of Greenwich while visitors experience the natural beauty of the park. The Greenwich Interpretation Centre has 20 exhibits to teach visitors more about the history of the park. Campsites are available at the park along with beach facilities including washrooms showers picnic tables and a lookout tower. Greenwich is eco-friendly all of the beach facilities are powered by wind or solar energy.
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