On the shores of Charlottetown Harbour
Victoria Park dates back to 1873 when Cleaver Francis Robinson donated 40 acres to the City of Charlottetown, PEI. Today Victoria Park is Charlottetown's go-to park for seaside views and woodland forests while exploring a 1.2 kilometre waterfront boardwalk trail.
Victoria Park adventures, tours, guides and activities most enjoyed in and around PEI are walking, jogging, biking, cycling, swimming, picnicking, and sightseeing.
A few of the more popular amenities and services located in and around the Victoria Park includes a harbour front boardwalk, sightseeing benches, open green space, flower gardens, children's playground, splash park, sports fields, and a swimming pool.
Places to play, trails to discover and highlights located in and around the Victoria Park near Charlottetown includes the Native Tree and Shrub Arboretum, Dead Man's Pond and some historical monuments.