CHARLOTTETOWN, P.E.I. — Parks Canada is reminding those who closures stay in place in P.E.I. National Park as restoration continues within the aftermath of Fiona.
The parks company mentioned there are hazards current all through the park, together with harmful bushes, unstable or lacking seashore entry infrastructure, washed-out roads and pathways, and uncovered utilities. Nevertheless, employees and park wardens have witnessed automobiles and people accessing closed areas.
Closures are marked with signage. A full dune closure stays in impact for all of P.E.I. Nationwide Park.
Grahams Lane, Oceanview, Cavendish Grove, Greenwich and Skmaqn-Port la- Joye- Fort Amherst Nationwide Historic Website stay closed to pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.
Whereas native site visitors could entry the Gulf Shore Parkway East between Covehead and Ross Lane, broken seashore accesses stay barricaded for security causes.
The Gulf Shore Parkway West is open to native site visitors. Nevertheless, drivers needs to be cautious whereas driving via the areas as staff and gear could be current.
Most seashore entry factors, look-offs and parking tons alongside this part stay barricaded till security and infrastructure assessments are completed.
Parks Canada famous that the sandstone arch at MacKenzies Brook has a menace of collapsing.
Anybody discovered violating the closure in Greenwich shall be charged underneath the P.E.I. Trespass to Property Act, with a minimal tremendous of $550.
These discovered violating the closures in different park areas shall be charged underneath the Nationwide Parks Normal Laws, with a minimal tremendous of $150.