1 Park near St Anthony, Newfoundland
Sep 2015 - $25.00
We used this park for two nights as our base for exploring St. Anthony and L'Anse aux Meadows. We were parked in the front section near the entrance, but weren't bothered by any road noise. The sites are all back-in, gravel or grass, and some more level than others. If all the sites were full along this front side, it would be very tight for slides and awnings. It appeared to us that most of the sites in the back section are for seasonal stays. Wifi was slow at times, but would be a lot worse if more people in the park. Be sure you know the best route to get to the dump station; the front roadway was a narrow path and full of potholes. We didn't use the restrooms or laundry room. - DiplomatTraveler
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This park is a bad value compared with others in Newfoundland. The roads are mud and gravel with large potholes everywhere. There are no sewer hookups, just a dump station at the end of a muddy, bumpy road. The road out of the dump station is so narrow that brush (badly in need of trimming) rubs the sides of your rig. Wifi is available only very close to the office, and worked less than half the days we were there.
The quality of the sites is highly variable. Most of the large, widely spaced, quiet wooded sites are occupied by long term tenants. Transients seem to be assigned tiny sites close to the highway. Many of these sites are nowhere near level. - JackSchmotzer
Aug 2014 - $30.00
This campground caters primarily to seasonal RVers, where the sites are spacious and private. The section for overnighters is simply an open field with 2 rows of RVs lined up facing each other, on very unlevel sites. There is no cell phone coverage by any carrier so it is necessary to drive closer to St Anthony, specifically at least to the Municipal dump 6 km away, to get a signal. There is a pay phone outside the office. Wi-Fi is ridiculous - we have 4 devices (2 laptops, a tablet, and a phone) and only one device could connect and then at only 1 bar when in the same room as the router. I am so fed up with campgrounds that advertise having Wi-Fi when the service they provide is not adequate to even check emails. During our stay, the electricity cut out frequently. No TV stations are available via antenna, but satellite reception works. On weekends they have a chip truck that sells fried fast foods. Their convenience store only stocks bottled water and beer. Washrooms are clean with free hot water and there is a laundry (wash & dry = $2 each). No recycling is available. If you are in this area to visit L'Anse au Meadows and see the icebergs as we were, your camping options are limited. I did not view the private RV park in Quipon, which is closer to L'Anse au Meadows, so cannot comment. Pistolet Bay Provincial Park has only unserviced sites. The town of St Anthony, 10 km from the campground, has 2 grocery stores, gas & diesel, several restaurants, and a couple of hardware stores. - driftdiver1