Our site was a gravel back-in that had a downslope in the front so levelling was required. It was big enough for an RV and toad and was fairly private as there is plenty of trees between sites. All the hookups worked fine. No cable TV or any channels off the antenna, so set up the satellite dish and no problem from our site (#7). Wi-Fi is being set up, but wasn't working yet during our stay. Park is divided into three sections: full hookups near entrance, electric and water around perimeter of field (middle), and unserviced sites in the back. Some roads lead down to a cove off Humber Arm - very picturesque. We would stay here again if ever in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A decent park off the Trans Canada highway; quiet and relaxing. Staff were younger and not campers. It provides the basics and its attraction is its location to Corner Brook, a 10 min. drive. Will likely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is fine for an overnight,with a large, modern restroom building with plenty of facilities. Our site was on a very large grassy field that backed up to the treeline, so needed to walk through wet grass to reach the road and washroom. Got one TV station with antenna. No Wi-Fi. This is very convenient to Trans Canada Highway and Corner Brook at Exit 7. Go to Exit 6 to find a big shopping area with Walmart and Dominion grocery. Go into town to visit the Newfoundland Emporium, a fun place with resident Newfoundland dog. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Full service, partial service, and no service sites are available. The full service sites are most popular; a few partial are used; and it looks like only a few no service sites are ever used. The park has a large area which includes a large open field for games. The park has all the assets but comes up short for service and upkeep. It probably is still the best park in the area. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.