Tea Hill Park

Tea_Hill_Beach1Tea Hill Park is a 15 acre property with public beach access on the Keppoch Road with a southern  view overlooking Northumberland Strait. Tea Hill Beach is known for wide open expanses of beach at low tide, with lots of shallows pools for children to play in the water. Tea Hill Park is now home to our new cricket pitch as well.

 

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This high and low tide chart for Charlottetown will indicate approximate times for Tea Hill Beach.

 

medium_Te_Hill_ParkThe park property is comprised of wooded areas along the Keppoch Road and the shoreline, as well as an open area for passive and active recreational activities. The Town and its residents have utilized the property for a variety of recreational and leisure activities including picnicking, swimming, youth soccer programs, public functions (Canada Day Celebration, Strawberry Social Event), family reunions, and corporate outings. The park is equipped with a public washroom facility and has recently undergone a shoreline protection project in conjunction with the Provincial Government.

 

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Tea Hill Park has a beautifully located beach volleyball court.

 

 

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Tea Hill Park Playground Equipment

Tea Hill Park

Tea_Hill_Beach1Tea Hill Park is a 15 acre property with public beach access on the Keppoch Road with a southern  view overlooking Northumberland Strait. Tea Hill Beach is known for wide open expanses of beach at low tide, with lots of shallows pools for children to play in the water. Tea Hill Park is now home to our new cricket pitch as well.

 

medium_tide_chart

 

 

This high and low tide chart for Charlottetown will indicate approximate times for Tea Hill Beach.

 

medium_Te_Hill_ParkThe park property is comprised of wooded areas along the Keppoch Road and the shoreline, as well as an open area for passive and active recreational activities. The Town and its residents have utilized the property for a variety of recreational and leisure activities including picnicking, swimming, youth soccer programs, public functions (Canada Day Celebration, Strawberry Social Event), family reunions, and corporate outings. The park is equipped with a public washroom facility and has recently undergone a shoreline protection project in conjunction with the Provincial Government.

 

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Tea Hill Park has a beautifully located beach volleyball court.

 

 

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Tea Hill Park Playground Equipment

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Tea Hill Park

Tea_Hill_Beach1Tea Hill Park is a 15 acre property with public beach access on the Keppoch Road with a southern  view overlooking Northumberland Strait. Tea Hill Beach is known for wide open expanses of beach at low tide, with lots of shallows pools for children to play in the water. Tea Hill Park is now home to our new cricket pitch as well.

 

medium_tide_chart

 

 

This high and low tide chart for Charlottetown will indicate approximate times for Tea Hill Beach.

 

medium_Te_Hill_ParkThe park property is comprised of wooded areas along the Keppoch Road and the shoreline, as well as an open area for passive and active recreational activities. The Town and its residents have utilized the property for a variety of recreational and leisure activities including picnicking, swimming, youth soccer programs, public functions (Canada Day Celebration, Strawberry Social Event), family reunions, and corporate outings. The park is equipped with a public washroom facility and has recently undergone a shoreline protection project in conjunction with the Provincial Government.

 

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Tea Hill Park has a beautifully located beach volleyball court.

 

 

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Tea Hill Park Playground Equipment

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