For anglers, few places offer the incredible fishing opportunities that can be found on Prince Edward Island. Fishing for brook trout and Atlantic salmon is a time honoured tradition on the Island, and you can expect some incredible angling whether you are dropping a line in a river, lake or the ocean. Located on the Island’s north shore, Prince Edward Island National Park offers sand dunes, sprawling beaches, several picturesque campgrounds and over 50 km (31 mi) of hiking and cycling trails. The Island is also home to numerous provincial parks that offer some great opportunities for camping, hiking, nature appreciation and birdwatching. Places like Northumberland, Red Point, Cedar Point and Cabot Beach Provincial Parks all offer incredible outdoor experiences. Whether you are exploring a winding dirt road on your ATV, stargazing from a secluded waterfront campsite, paddling along the ocean shore in a kayak or just enjoying the sights and sounds of the countryside, Prince Edward Island is a destination unlike any other in Canada, and our Backroad Mapbooks, GPS Maps and Backroad Navigator App can help you make the most of your time on the Island. Our detailed maps of the Island and massive database of adventure information are always just the click of a button or the turn of a page away.