Linkletter Provincial Park

Managed by The Swim Guide

Located close to Summerside, the Linkletter Provincial Park beach sits on the beautiful Bedeque Bay. Campsites look out at the Northumberland strait, and have washrooms, laundromat, telephones, picnic areas and a playground for kids. A close park to the Confederation Bridge, making it a convenient place to go for a swim after or before the long drive across. For an interesting window into PEI’s history, visit the nearby Acadian Museum/Musee Acadien.

WATER QUALITY
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  • Current Status
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CURRENT WEATHER
-1°C
Clear
MONITORING FREQUENCY

Linkletter Provincial Park is not sampled

SOURCE INFORMATION

Prince Edward Island does monitor recreational water quality. Please use caution if visiting these beaches and look for signs posted in the area indicating whether the water is clean enough for swimming.

Tide information is posted online http://www.tourismpei.com/beachreports

Please note: some estuaries may be anoxic. Information is available on the PEI Environment website: http://www.gov.pe.ca/environment/anoxic-events

Visitors can often find sand dunes at PEI beaches and parks. Dunes are fragile and easily damaged. It can take as few as 10 footsteps through the same area to destroy a marram grass colony. The roots of this protective plant cover act as a net, shaping and containing the sand. Wind blows away at the exposed sand, turning small depressions into giant holes called blowouts. Blowouts turn stable dunes into constantly shifting hills that are unable to support vegetation or wildlife.

Please use the boardwalks and carpeted foot paths at designated beach access points and stay off the dunes to prevent further damage.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH

Linkletter Provincial Park

Managed by The Swim Guide

WATER QUALITY
  • No data available
  • Current Status
For water quality icon legend, click:   
CURRENT WEATHER
-1°C
Clear

Located close to Summerside, the Linkletter Provincial Park beach sits on the beautiful Bedeque Bay. Campsites look out at the Northumberland strait, and have washrooms, laundromat, telephones, picnic areas and a playground for kids. A close park to the Confederation Bridge, making it a convenient place to go for a swim after or before the long drive across. For an interesting window into PEI’s history, visit the nearby Acadian Museum/Musee Acadien.

MONITORING FREQUENCY

Linkletter Provincial Park is not sampled

SOURCE INFORMATION

Prince Edward Island does monitor recreational water quality. Please use caution if visiting these beaches and look for signs posted in the area indicating whether the water is clean enough for swimming.

Tide information is posted online http://www.tourismpei.com/beachreports

Please note: some estuaries may be anoxic. Information is available on the PEI Environment website: http://www.gov.pe.ca/environment/anoxic-events

Visitors can often find sand dunes at PEI beaches and parks. Dunes are fragile and easily damaged. It can take as few as 10 footsteps through the same area to destroy a marram grass colony. The roots of this protective plant cover act as a net, shaping and containing the sand. Wind blows away at the exposed sand, turning small depressions into giant holes called blowouts. Blowouts turn stable dunes into constantly shifting hills that are unable to support vegetation or wildlife.

Please use the boardwalks and carpeted foot paths at designated beach access points and stay off the dunes to prevent further damage.

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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