Talk about an RV park that looks like a parking lot - this is it. The 14 full service sites appear occupied primarily by workers with a few tourists thrown in for good measure. Sites for overnighters are not level. There are clean washrooms with free hot showers and laundry facilities on site, a restaurant attached to the Inn, and Wi-Fi is available inside the Inn. No recycling is available. Next door is a Robins (that sells partridgeberry muffins), a small convenience store, and a gas station that sells diesel. There is a beautiful sandy beach in L'Anse au Claire, but mid-August in Labrador is not the warmest time to be lying out on a beach. The nearby town of Blanc-Sablon in Québec, has two proper grocery stores. This is the closest RV park to the Newfoundland-Labrador ferry and approximately 80 km from the Red Bay National Historic Site of Canada, which just last year was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Given the road conditions, if you are here to visit Red Bay, I would suggest staying here and doing day trips. Between the ferry and NLI, there are a few pull-offs which, if you are here for only a couple of days and can boondock, you may wish to consider. Also, the Provincial Park in Pinware (unserviced sites but with washrooms & dump station) has some waterside sites that can accommodate rigs up to about 40 ft. In Red Bay the Harbour View RV Park has 4 very narrow full-service waterfront sites. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
RV park is located behind some cabins across the street from the motel where you register. All sites are a rock/sand mix with no grass or trees. Seven are 30 amp back-ins and the other seven are 60 amp pull-throughs. Our site was a back-in that needed leveling. Hookups well located and all worked fine. No cable TV or TV off the antenna. Satellite TV worked fine. Wi-Fi was strong most of the time, but it slowed down with traffic. Laundry is in the cabins out front. There was 1 washer and 1 dryer and each cost $2. Restaurant across the street in the motel. If ever in the area again we would stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.