This is another park in Newfoundland that is filled with seasonal RV's. We were able to get into the park at the end of the tourest season. We had a back-in RV site with water and electric. Site was level, long enough for our large 5er 42' and wide enough to park our MDT and Smart Car. The most unusual thing I saw was that all the seasonal RV'er had a garden hose hooked to their 3" sewer line and were dumping their gray water along side their RV's. The RV park does has a dump station. They advertise they have Wi-Fi and we were parked less than 20' from the Wi-Fi antenna but it never worked. When I asked the office about it their response was its was working in the office. School kids run the park, and they had left to go back to school before our stay was over. They do have nice walking trails on the river and falls. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Open field, uneven site, electric box receptacles oriented so connection was upside down requiring tie-tie to keep gravity from causing plug to disconnect. Dump station use blocked other rigs from departing. We camped here in a Motorhome.
There are 20 wooded sites and approximately 20 overflow sites. The overflow sites are 4 in a cluster and would be crowded. But there was no one in the overflow sites when we camped. They are in the open in a gravel area, but were private in that no one else was in the overflow area leaving us with a large site and easy access to walk the dogs. Wi-Fi hotspot only at the office. Would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.