6 Parks near Deer Lake, Newfoundland
Sep 2015 - $22.00
A very large park on Highway 430, before it meets with the TCH 1. The sites are all pull throughs, grass/gravel mix, and long enough for our 40' MH and tow vehicle. Sites are wide enough for all 4 slides and still plenty of room amongst the neighbors. Wifi was sporadic; strong at times, weak at others. The office was closed while we were there; self check-in was quite easy. We paid cash; not sure what would have happened if we needed to use a credit card. Rate reflects US$ with Good Sam discount for 30 amp/water/sewer. We paid an additional $5CAN/a night for 50 amp. This is a caravan park and also has seasonals; you'll want to make reservations if traveling during busy summer season. - DiplomatTraveler
Jul 2014 - $18.00
Stayed here 3 nights in a motorhome and we also had a tent site. Park was nice and clean. Staff was friendly, Wi-Fi worked good, and we had a full hookup. Good location to visit Gros Morne park, which we feel is a must. Price was due to receiving a discount for our Coast to Coast membership. - RayN
Aug 2013 - $40.00
We spent one night in this park as a transit stop. We had a pull through site that was level and the spacing between sites was adequate. There are some seasonals in the back, but it appears to cater largely to people in transit across this vast province. We would stay here again. - Island Folk
May 2016 - $30.00
This one is off-grid, literally. They have their own onsite generator. Most sites for the transient visitor are only 15 amp, a household plug, no ability to reset the breaker yourself if you overload it, which does not take much. To make do with so little power one needs to be knowledgeable on power management.
Wi-Fi offered is unreliable to nonexistent. There is no cell service in the area.
One area is open lot car park style camping. Another wooded loop needs a good dose of the pruner to cut back roof destroying branches.
For the rate one would expect much better.
What it does have is location being less than a mile from the entrance to Gros Morne NP. - Veebyes
Jul 2010 - $23.00
Just a few miles off Viking Trail 430 and before the road turns, twists, and hills on the way to Trout River and Woody Point; active crowd with music in the lodge bar on weekends; several sites are for weekend campers; snack bar on location is very handy; clean washrooms and laundry; salmon fishing; most sites almost level, sites near road not level. Would camp here again. - cruiser2010