There is no way to get closer to the beach at  PEI National Park than to camp at one of the two campgrounds—at Stanhope, and this one at Cavendish. The Cavendish campground is within steps of the ocean and several trails that take in miles of beach, marshes, and woodlands. While the sites are too close together, the location is spectacular and there’s lots of room to hike, bike, walk, and otherwise stretch out. Serviced and unserviced sites are available for tents and RVs If you arrive without any camping option, book 1 of 6 oTENTiks, a tent/cabin hybrid—a wood frame with canvas or thick plastic covering that allows for wooden floor, doors, windows, and wooden bunks—Parks Canada has added to many campgrounds.