Find best RV Parks and campgrounds in Newfoundland and Labrador as gateways to explore this amazing province, watch whales, find drifting icebergs and experience an unspoiled nature
Newfoundland and Labrador is the easternmost province of Canada.
The capital and largest city of this province is St. John's.
It consists of the island of Newfoundland (major part of the province), mainland Labrador to the northwest and several smaller islands.
Tourists usually visit the Newfoundland Island for whale-watching here, diving to shipwreck sites off Bell Island or simply to enjoy one of the beautiful beaches and unspoiled nature.
Icebergs are another fascination attraction bringing tourists to Newfoundland (you can see drifting iceberg in Iceberg Alley).
You can also visit the Gros Morne National Park with scenic waterfalls.
The Royal St. John's Regatta, Brigus Blueberry Festival and the Annual Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival are very famous and attract thousands of tourists every year.
For many Newfoundland and Labrador are rather "Unknown Territories", so let's see a short introduction to what this province has to offer for tourists (the upfront answer is - Rich, Unspoiled Nature at Her best :-).
Argentia Sunset Park
Augusta Avenue/Charter Avenue
Argentia Sunset Park is situated on a beautiful green grassy hill. It has 40 RV sites, including 25 with 30-amps service and 15 with correspondingly 20-amps, all with water and sewer hookups as well. At each site there is a BBQ area. Tenting is also allowed.
Sites are wide and easy to access and there is a separation between the sites so you have not only more space but also privacy.
The park has a dumping station and daily garbage collection daily.
You can enjoy the scenic surroundings thanks to numerous hiking trails or play mini-golf on the mini-golf course at Argentia Sunset Park.
Some of the nearby attractions include the Backlands Trail, Castle Hill with the remains of French and English fortifications and Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve.
Please note that this is a seasonal park opened from June till October.
BlueFin Trailer and RV Park
22 Trans Canada Highway
BlueFin Trailer and RV Park is a family owned campground. It has 80 sites with full hookups including 30/50 amps service and 18 semi-serviced lots. The park has handicap accessible private shower rooms, modern washroom and laundry facilities. The sites do not have fire-pits, however you can rent one at the office or bring your own.
The park has a recreation center with a book exchange place and internet. Thanks to the 24 hours/7 days security you will definitely feel safe here.
On-site activities include pond swimming and beach, fishing, berry picking and live entertainment on weekends. BlueFin Trailer and RV Park is close to a number of attractions, such as the city of St. John's, but also nature like Irish Loop, East Coast Trails, bird watching and whale tours.
Brookside Golf Resort RV Park
Brookside Golf Resort RV Park is located in the beautiful area of Hatchet Cove, Trinity Bay. They have 33 full service sites and fifty semi service sites. The sites come with fire pits and picnic tables.
On the premises there is a convenience store, where you can also buy camping supplies. There is also a restaurant and lounge making this RV Park a perfect place for larger groups. Also, for guests park opened the “state of the art” Clubhouse.
Brookside Golf Resort RV Park has a 9-holes golf course, which makes it the ideal location for golf lovers. Other nearby attractions are Jack's Pond, Terra Nova, Sunnyside, Arnolds Cove and the Twin Rivers.
Brookdale RV Park & Campground
10 Main Street West
Brookdale RV Park & Campground is located in a clean and quiet countryside. It is a very small campground, with just 4 fully-serviced, 8 semi-serviced and 8 tent sites. The semi serviced sites have only electrical service (30/50 amps or 15/30 amps).
Hot showers, washrooms, laundry-rooms as well as an on-ground pool and a play area for kids are available for guests. Pets are allowed but only on leash.
Brookdale RV Park & Campground is only a few minutes away from the Exploits River. It’s a great place for Atlantic salmon fishing. The park is close to beautiful walking and hiking trails. Nearby you can visit heritage centers and museums while in the winter you can try one of the snowmobile tours.
Bellevue Beach Campground
P.O. Box 17
Bellevue Beach Campground is an oceanside campground. It is situated next to the Broad Lake and Trinity Bay. Most sites are right next to the beach, but there are also some more secluded sites surrounded by trees that offer more privacy.
The campground offers 51 serviced sites with electrical and water hook-ups and the use of the dumping station as well as 60 unserviced sites.
Majority of them comes with a picnic table, fire pit and a garbage container..
Bellevue Beach Campground has a beautiful beach for all those loving sunbathing and swimming. However its location is also perfect for hiking and wildlife watching.
Please note that campground’s staff organizes whale-watching trips!
You might find campgrounds for as low as ten dollars a night. With all the waterfalls and spectacular shorelines, you may not even care if you find the beach camping parks in the area. This area gives you an idea of real back to nature camping.
Some thing I have never heard of before happens in Newfoundland, when the new roads are built, the worker did from the gravel pit and after construction of the road, and these areas are used for RV camping because the ground is so level. Many of the campgrounds are not equip or large enough for bigger RV motor homes so the gravel pits are use to accommodate the bigger units when traveling through Canada.
Use a directory to find camps that have what you need and make sure they can fit you in literally. If you need hookups, look for the campgrounds that offer the needed hookups, get there, and enjoy the scenery and relaxation. The people in Newfoundland and Labrador are so friendly; they go out of their way to welcome you to the neighborhood.
If you need an exciting place to hang your flag or some sort of other marker, check out the Newfoundland and Labrador campground parks (NL) and see if one fits your needs and your camper. Before traveling to the area you might want to find out if the campgrounds is still operational, since many of them, get this, go out of business.
Here are a few of the campground listings:
1. Grand Codroy RV Camping Park
PO Box 71
Doyles, Newfoundland, Canada A0N 1J0
2. Gros Morne RV/Campground
P.O. Box 302
Rocky Harbour, Newfoundland, Canada A0K 4N0
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