Places to stay in Newfoundland - Campsites and RV Parks
Listed in Irish Loop
Pitch your tent on the beach on Tors Cove Pond. We are located close to the East Coast Trail. Brown Rabbit Campsite is a small privatly owned camp ground. We rent canoes and kayaks. Small cafe on site, internet access and laundromat. Our cabins are nestled in a private wooded area. each cabin .....
Listed in Roaches Line
Roaches Line RV Park and Cabins is located at the beginning of the Baccalieu Trail in the Northern Avalon. Although we are away from the noise and bustle of the town or city, we are just 45 mins from St. John's and less than 30 minutes of the historic Conception Bay North towns of Brigus, Cupids, .....
Listed in Cormack
A family operation with an established clientele on one of the major tourist routes in the province. Minutes from Gros Morne National Park and a pleasant several hours drive up the Great Northern Peninsula takes you to the UNESCO International Heritage Site of L'Anse Aux Meadows. Ideally in close .....
Listed in St. John's
The C A Pippy Park Commission is a Crown Corporation of the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador, having responsibility for the Pippy Park land Reserve. The eight member Commission includes representatives of the Government, Memorial University, the City of St. John's, landowners and residents of .....
Listed in Howley
With 14 electric / water hook up sites, 20 no service. Clean,heated washroom / shower building,dump station,natural boat launch,close to ATV trails. Very scenic views including nice view of "Conical Hill", good fishing, swimming, boating. Great for mountain biking or hiking.Campsites facing the .....
Listed in Deer Lake
Situated on 13 acres on the Banks of the beautiful Humber River. Hext to Newfoundland Insectarioum. 56 spacious campsites, 50 AMP. High Speed Wireless Internet. Heated Showers, Laundry. Firewood, Kitchen shelter, Fishing, Canoe Rentals. Fresh strawberries, raspberries and plums available in .....
Listed in Corner Brook
George's Mountain Village has everything you need to start your adventure in western Newfoundland. At the base of eastern Canada's premier ski resort Marble Mountain, George's couldn't be more convenient, whether you're just passing through, or you're here for the long haul, we've got you covered.
Listed in Butter Pot Provincial Park
The numerous camping and picnic sites are often filled every summer weekend. The beach is one of the main attractions, but many are awed by the view from the "Lookout" or the "BUtter POt". The park interpreter conducts guided walks, amphitheatre, campfire, and nature craft programs.
Listed in Placentia
Fitzgeralds Pond Park is an unserviced campground located on Route 100 on the Argentia Access Road. 25km to the Ferry Terminal in Argentia. We are opened from May - October. We offer a comfort station, water and dumping station, playground, beach, hiking trails, a dock for boating on a 4km pond.
Listed in Marystown
This 116-site facility features a freshwater lake, boat rentals, minigolf, waterslide, arcade, fishing and swimming. Other amenities include a dumping station, showers, playground and a service building. Fully-serviced, semi-serviced and unserviced sites are available.
Listed in Steady Brook
12 Fully Serviced SitesNestled at the base of Marble Mountain in the scenic Humber Valley.Convenience Store/Gift Shop, Restaurant, Laundry Facilities, Mini Golf, Sporting Goods, Driving Range, Walking Trails, Salmon Fishing Nearby, Cottages.
Listed in Grand Falls
Enjoy the comforts of a Community or try your hand Atlantic Salmon fishing on one of North Amercia's biggest runs. Newly constructed RV Park has all the ammenities of Private Shower rooms, complete washroom facilities and 24 hour security. Handicap sites are available and all washrooms and .....
Listed in Holyrood
Awake to the cry of the loons as they take their morning swim along Four Mile Pond and unwind to a breath-taking sunset over the hills. We welcome you and your family to come visit us at the BlueFin Trailer and RV Park, Holyrood, Newfoundland
Listed in La Manche
A waterfall, a trail and lily-filled ponds make up this beautiful park. If you like walking in the woods, canoeing, meandering streams or swimming, you can ahve a good stay here. This park is a paradise for birdwatchers, over 50 species of birds have been identified in the park.
Listed in Barachois Pond
The largest and one of the most popular parks in the system. The large lake is the setting for swimming, boating, angling and water skiing. The park Interpreter conducts guided walks, amphitheatre, campfire and nature craft programs.