Bonshaw Provincial Park cleaned up for royal visit
Charles and Camilla will visit Bonshaw park and other sites in the 22-hours they will be in P.E.I.
Crews were busy in Bonshaw Provincial Park Monday getting the park and area ready for the visit from Prince Charles, later this month.
Charles, the Prince of Wales, will be visiting the park on Tuesday, May 20, in the afternoon.
Meanwhile, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, will be visiting Immanuel Christian School in Charlottetown.
Charles will view Bonshaw's wilderness park and walk the new trail there.
Eddie Reardon is one of the transportation crew workers getting the site ready.
“There is probably in the vicinity of 40 mature dead trees over along the boundary of the park,” he said. “It's a danger for people in under the trees or for children playing or anything.”
The park is one stop on the 22-hour visit to the province.
Charles and Camilla arrive on the evening of May 19 and depart the next afternoon, after the Bonshaw tour.