4 Parks near South Brook, Newfoundland
Aug 2011 - $25.00
The pull-through sites in this park are nice and long with birch trees on either side to provide good shade. Trees are trimmed so as not to cause problems with slides, etc. Site was not level. Utilities worked well, however the Wi-Fi did not work at our site. There are nice grassy areas in the middle of the park. We did not check washroom facilities, so can't comment on that. Hookups are water and electric only. There is a dump station that is a little tight, but doable. One complaint: when we left this morning, management had opened only one-half of the gate out. Was fine for cars but pretty narrow for a motorhome. There are a lot of seasonals in the park, but all the sites we saw were neat and clean. A thumbs-up to management for placing a recycle bin at each site. We would choose this park again. - 4windstrvlr
Jul 2011 - $20.00
We stopped here for one night on our way west on TCH. Had called and made a reservation and told there were no sites left on the lake. When we got there the lady in the office had seen where there was a cancellation and had moved us to a lake front site. It was tight to get into, but the view was great. Lots of seasonals and weekend families but the park was well run and clean. We would stay here again. - PRG
Aug 2009 - $20.00
Fairly big park on Lake. Lake sites available. Electric and water hookups. When asked if the water was drinkable, the lady checking us in didn't know! It was not - there was a notice at the local gas station that covered the area. We had no problem getting into our site at 32 feet but not sure if big rigs could manage some turns. We didn't check out any of the facilities since we were only there 1 night. Gravel roads and many families. Would stay again if we needed to. - pegdiver
Sep 2013 - $22.00
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. - chiefneon
Jul 2011 - $27.00
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. - Nemo
Aug 2010 - $22.00
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. - Mike and MD
Jul 2016 - $18.00
We had a reserved a full-service site, but chose a 2-service site to take advantage of the spectacular view of the harbour...so idyllic. Check-in is very casual, just walk across to the gas station/convenience store once you're set up. walk to the fabulous inn for an oceanside view. Shop in the amazing gallery across the street. Plentiful hiking and touring in the area.
No cell reception, but great free WiFi...slow at peak times though. We drove a short distance back toward the main highway to make phone calls.
This is a gem of a place not far off TransCanada but watch for potholes if you have a big rig. - B and B
Jul 2015 - $18.00
This municipal campground is in a large gravel lot behind the local K-12 school. The campground overlooks Green Bay and some of the sites have very nice views. You check-in with the convenience store across the street. Eight of the sites have full hookups, and five of them have just electric and water. The sites are fairly close together, but not crazy tight. There is a bathroom and (free) shower building that is clean, but not particularly glamorous. There is free wifi, which alternates between being very fast and incredibly slow, probably depending how many people are using it. We were told that they only allow four seasonal sites (which use up four of the eight full hookup sites), and the rest are for travelers.
Although the campground itself is pretty utilitarian the area is gorgeous and the people are very hospitable. In our first two days we had two different people encourage us to stop by and visit their homes. - chopchopbillygoat
Jul 2016 - $20.00
This is a new park in a beautiful location on a freshwater lake. Sites are all level, medium-to-large with some pull thrus; half the sites are lakefront. Other features include swimming, fishing, large fire pit, and boat launch. There is also a 5km hiking trail adjacent to the park. We would rate the park a "10" if it had bathrooms and showers, but it does have a dumping station so be prepared to use your onboard facilities. The owners are very friendly and helpful...like most Newfoundlanders! Definitely recommend! - Piscesman