Robinson's Island, located along the central north shore of Prince Edward Island has gone through
several transformations. At one time a small coastal Island and homestead belonging to the
Robinson family, a causeway was built to it and Robinson's Island became the home for a rustic
campground, one of many that make up the National Park System.
In the 25 years that I have lived on the Island, this tiny jet of land at the end of a sand spit, has been battered by storms coming off the water. The campsite has long been abandoned and now the place is continually being moulded by the harsh extremes of nature.
The scenery is beautiful and there's easy car access to a trail that takes you down to the impressive shoreline of this place.
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