The Brackley-Dalvay section of Prince Edward Island National Park is mostly known for its beaches but it also has a few trails. The Robinsons Island Trails have lots of lookouts for birding and coastal views. The Woodlands and Bubbling Springs Trails explore the woods and Long Pond that are behind the beach dunes. You can also go for a walk along the paved Gulf Shore Way East Trail that follows along the road behind the dunes.
Trails in this section of the park
- Bubbling Spring Trail
- Farmlands Trail
- Reeds to Rushes Trail (Closed)
- R.I.T.S. - Robinsons Island Trails System
- Woodlands Trail (Closed)
There are many different ways to get to Brackley Beach or Dalvay-By-The-Sea depending on where you are coming from. Route 15 will take you all the way from Charlottetown to the west end of this section. The west end can be accessed from route 6 near Grand Tracadie. You can also access the middle from Stanhope on route 25.