If you are in Labrador to visit Red Bay and beyond, this may be a place to consider. This small RV park has 4 full service but very narrow waterfront RV sites ($24 + tx). When we were there the water was not potable. There are washrooms and laundry as well as a convenience store and gas (with diesel) on site. However, there is no access to the washrooms overnight as they are located inside the convenience store which closes in the evening. Additionally, there is a $5 fee for using the shower. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great view of the harbour from your site, but too close to the neighbours as there is only 4 ft. between sites. There was one site left when we arrived and at first the staff wouldn't let me take it unless I could back into it. That was no problem for me as our unit is only 25 ft. long, but I wouldn't do it with a big rig. The hookups are at the back. All hookups worked fine, although I did have to fiddle with the water tap a bit. The four sites are gravel and situated next to the convenience store. All of them have a slight downslope at the back. We would have to stay here if ever in the area again as there is no other park nearby. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is really a Gas Station/ Convenience store, that is a memorable place to park your RV. The level sites are back in or front in for Motorhomes will expose you to the edge of a cliff that overlooks Red Bay and the Ocean, it is magnificent. If you have a big window in the back its like having a "Million Dollar" view for twenty bucks. Very nice people in store and in town. We ate in the restaurant in town all three nights. This is a great spot to set up as a "home base" while visiting Labrador. The sites appear to be narrow ( I was here by myself). We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.