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Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $22.00
The road from Corner Brook is pretty twisty and windy, but in good shape. The loop closest to the comfort station was occupied by larger 5th wheels and travel trailers (lots of generator noise). We, unfortunately, booked online into the second loop which required some very creative leveling and maneuvering. There is water available, a dump station, and a comfort station but no campsite services (which means electric, water and septic in Canada.) The bugs were minimal because of the wind; I guess that's why its called Blow Me Down. The sites are in a heavily forested area with sneak peaks through the canopy at the small mountains. The savier travelers with moderate motorhomes skipped the campground and pulled into the overflow at the beach. Now for the good part, this park defines scenic. The rock beach has breathtaking views of the rugged landscape. We walked to a cave on the beach and found a hidden staircase. 416 steps (counted by a begrudging teenager) and a few board walks later we reached the top of a small mountain with stunning views of coves and the sea. I highly recommend the local lighthouse/water fall trail as well. This looks like an ideal place for kayaking. We camped at Blow Me Down Provincial Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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