Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

December 6, 2021

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PEI's beaches have terrific views, low campsite prices and even often have lifeguards.

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You say potato...

…we say beach. PEI is better-known for its spuds than its sand, but there’s plenty of provincial parks like Red Point, Panmure Island, Cabot Beach and more which offer beachfront camping. Rates starts at $26 per night and there are usually lifeguarded sections of beach and kid-friendly activities, to make this the rare holiday that’s both cheap and relaxing. And let no one say you can’t eat a potato while you’re at it.

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