Parks Canada has reported dangerous surf conditions in Prince Edward Island’s National Park over the last few days. Rip currents may be formed along the shores due to high winds and resulting surf conditions. The danger is when swimmers become trapped in the rapid current and are swept offshore. Swimmers are advised not to panic if they get caught in a rip current, but to relax and swim parallel to shore to get out of the current, then swim back to shore. For more information, visit www.parkscanada.ca/pei.