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Parks Canada will soon begin infrastructure upgrades to the Greenwich beach complex in Prince Edward Island National Park. This work will begin later this fall and is expected to be completed by spring 2020.

This work is part of Parks Canada’s ongoing beaches complex infrastructure project. The work planned for Greenwich includes the replacement of wood decking and railings around buildings, repairs to the exterior of these buildings, a new roof on kitchen shelter, the refurbishment of the outdoor shower and upgrades to the off-grid solar power system.

Safety is a top priority for Parks Canada. Although the beach facilities will be closed for the season, we ask that anyone visiting the Greenwich Beach area exercise caution, respect all on-site signage and closures, and to follow instructions from on-site Parks Canada’s staff or contractors while this work is underway.

This work is part of the largest infrastructure plan in the history of Parks Canada. These investments in Parks Canada’s heritage, visitor and waterway infrastructure ensure safe, high quality and meaningful experiences for visitors, enabling Canadians to discover nature and connect with history all across the country.

Parks Canada will continue to provide updates on this project as work progresses. For more information, please contact Prince Edward Island National Park at 902-672-6350, or by email at pc.infopnipe-peinpinfo.pc@canada.ca.

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