3 Parks near Bonavista, Newfoundland
Aug 2016 - $35.00
We enjoyed our stay.
Lots had sunny/open exposures. Sites were gravel and featured a fire ring. Had strong 50amp power.
The staff was attentive to our needs. We were with a 20 rig RV caravan. They cooked moose burgers for the guys while the ladies went into town for tea & pie. The next night they fried cod caught that day by some of our fellow RV'ers. I would recommend this park & come back. - rHawkins
Aug 2016 - $35.00
The park is very clean, toilets are very clean. The price is reasonable and the location is great. - Rstp57
Jun 2016 - $22.00
Difficult review for me here. The campground itself is in a beautiful setting, quiet, on a lake, we could here the loons calling. The new owner has been here 2 years, and is slowly making improvements. This campground is used by caravans, so improvements to the electric and making the sites available to big rigs number one concern. There is no office, the sign says pick a site and the owner will come to your site, we were there 2 nights before we saw him. The bathhouse was clean, but smelled foul, we did not use it. The water was non-portable, don't know if boiling would make it drinkable. No wifi, didn't try for antenna TV. This is a wide open pasture area, with sites being somewhat level. Gravel entry road is very bumpy. This could be a very nice park, we will stay here again if in the area. - Living the Dream
Aug 2011 - $23.00
This park is a long narrow site which means a lot of traffic as the roads are one way. Sites are large and quite private with tables and fire pits. This site had a lot of damage from hurricane Igor and as such some maintenance has suffered. Unserviced sites are $ 15 and serviced are $ 23. Water advisory required it to be boiled. The road to the park is either 5 or 12 km of rough gravel road. Good location to tour the Bonavista area from. - lrp374
Jun 2016 - $23.00
I am posting this review even though we didn't stay here. The reasons we didn't stay are, there was only 15 amp available, there are 6 sites that are available, you must back in from the busy street, down a curving slope into the site. You do hear the traffic from that busy street. We were informed the women's bath house was not working, and there was a boil water order in effect. No sewer. Positives, being close to Trinity and close to the nice lake. So if you have a small trailer (>24 ft.), a truck camper, van or tent, this would be OK. - Living the Dream
Aug 2012 - $24.00
This is a small modest older park tied to a historic little cabin resort dating to the 1940s. Offers the basics for a stay while visiting nearby town of Trinity. The owners are gems, very friendly and welcoming, based at their little cafe office a short walk along the road from the campsites. There they serve coffee, scoop ice cream, offer hot dogs, etc in a friendly atmosphere where you can sit at a table for a good Wi-Fi signal. Can only handle RV or trailer up to about 26 feet. Bathrooms had toilet, sink shower and there were three...one each of men, women's and handicapped unisex. Felt like we had landed in the 1950s except for the Wi-Fi! Very pleasant stay. - NC Writer