Called one of the unique gems of the Canadian landscape, the Greenwich section of Prince Edward Island National Park is home to a towering parabolic dune system and pristine white sand beaches. It is also home to the endangered piping plover and many rare plants. The extensive trail system offers approachable hiking and cycling opportunities, a wheelchair accessible loop, a floating boardwalk and interpretive panelling. Beachgoers discover a secluded expanse of soft sand and comfortable picnic areas, as well as supervised swimming. The Greenwich Interpretation Centre features interactive and multimedia displays that bring the region to life, highlighting evidence of 10,000 years of human history.