Urban Woodlands and Natural Area

Charlottetown has a number of beautiful woodlands and natural areas, many with walking trails and other amenities. 

  • Victoria Park - approximately 30 acres of woodlands and trails, forest restoration project, woodland pond, recreational amenities
  • Harbour Lane/Lewis Street - small woodlands
  • MacMillan Park - small woodlands, playground
  • Blanchard Crescent Natural Area - nature area
  • Hermitage Creek Natural Area - nature trail, woodlands and pond
  • Rosemount Park - small wooded area, green space
  • Southview Park - reforestation efforts on approximately 11 acres of parkland, walking trails, playground
  • Messer Park - small wooded area, playground
  • Abutting Wrights Creek - nature trail
  • Andrew's Pond - nature trail and pond
  • East Royalty Open Space - 85 acres of successional land
  • Bonnie Blink - wooded area, playground
  • Jack “Bomber” Callaghan - wooded area, playground
  • Millar Street - wetlands

Nature Fact Sheets
What's eating your lilies?
Does your Viburnum bush have holey leaves?
What's eating your roses?
Help stop the spread!
An invasive plant pest
Urban wildlife - The Secretive Spotted Salamander
Purple Loosestrife Borchure
Fact Sheet References

Links to Natural History information on Prince Edward Island

MacPhail Woods Ecological Forestry Project

Island Nature Trust

Natural History Society

PEI Ducks Unlimited

Provincial Forest, Fish and Wildlife Department