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Panmure Island Provincial Park
Location: On Rte 347, north of Gaspereaux.
Panmure Island is one of the most popular long white sandy beaches in Eastern PEI. The location being along a causeway gives water access on both sides as you drive down the highway. You will experience the sheltered shore and clam digging on the St. Mary’s Bayside and the sand dunes with a long white sandy ocean beach on the other. The Panmure Island Lighthouse sits at the end of the causeway and is open to visitors. The park offers lifeguards, laundromat, hot showers, flush toilets, kitchen shelters, fireplaces, supply store, dumping station, look-out tower, beach house with change rooms, canteen, boat launching. The First Nations People hold an annual Pow Wow at Panmure Island in August. This spiritual/cultural event includes drum bands, native crafts and a healing sweat tent. Scheduled recreational activities for children in July and August. Beach chairs for rent. Scenic viewing tower.

Panmure Island Beach
St. Andrew's Point
Location: Off Rte. 17, Lwr. Montague
The beach at St. Andrew’s Point offers red and white sand beach as well as a rugged rocky shore where you can see the seals basking in the sun. There is also a day park where you can relax on a bench and watch the boats sailing down the Montague and Brudenell River.
Lower Montague Wharf
Location: Rte. 17, Lwr. Montague
This beach is a small area of red and white sand beach, which is a great beach for clam digging. Being next to the Lower Montague wharf you’ll have many awesome views of the sailboat, fishing boats and mussel boats as they travel the river.