PEI National Park (henceforth PEINP) is tripartite:
National Geographic warns that:
Although there are no deer or moose on the island, coyotes, red foxes, raccoons, beavers, mink, and weasels are common.
This Tripadvisor comment doesn't specify which sectors have the foxes and coyotes:
There are two sections to the park, with the western portion mostly beach (watch the mosquitos!) and the eastern portion comprised of red bluffs plunging into the ocean- like Gulf of St. Lawrence. And right smack in the middle, in the quaint little resort town of Cavendish, is the charming House of Green Gables, made famous in the Anne of Green Gables stories. The eastern portion of the park, with it's plunging cliffs, is a bit more interesting because of the multitude of foxes all over the place looking for handouts! They'll come right up to your car and you'll have to honk your horn to get them out of the street. They even hang out in the parking lots for handouts. They are irresistibly cute, but I'd watch my hands if I were you, although if they see you don't have any food, they just saunter off to the next person! While the western portion doesn't have the foxes on the beach, you'll see them along the road into the park from Cavendish, just hanging out in hopes of some food!
Which parts of PEI National Park have coyotes and foxes?
Once in the park, I'll be on foot. As I can't retreat to my car and drive away, I am trying to shun any section with foxes or coyotes that dismay me. Ought I visit PEINP at all? If yes, which sectors ought I visit, if any?