1 Park near Twillingate, Newfoundland
Jul 2015 - $30.00
I rated this park a 9 because it really is the 'only game in town' and it is convenient to local attractions & trails (not to mention GREAT fresh seafood market).
The park has some nice sites and some OK sites. Almost all of them on the row coming into the park are very unlevel and require 3-4 leveling blocks on the front tires. However, some of them (near the front of park) have views of the water...very nice.
Everything is squeaky clean! They charge for the showers (honor system). The laundry room has 2 washers & dryers...big and efficient each costing $2.50 (again, honor system)
The is old and in need of some upgrades, but don't think that is going to happen, as the park is for sale. The Wi-Fi only works around the office. The electric breaker tripped (only coffee pot going, but we were near the end of the 'line' and some big rigs had pulled in).
But, the views (if you are lucky enough to have one) are gorgeous, the park is conveniently located, the price is reasonable, AND, unless you want to drive to Dildo Run Provincial Park, it is the only place in town. - itchyfeetx2
Jul 2014 - $45.00
What this place has going for it is location. The electricity could barely service the basics - was hard on our appliances. We were fortunate to have a site near the harbor and could monitor the iceberg there...that was spectacular! Internet only accessible at office and they charge for it. Laundry facilities, but did not need them. The campground is for sale and it was apparent the owners had ran out of energy maintaining it. Only campground this close to Twillingate. So, just be prepared and focus on the view. - Beulah's_owner
Aug 2013 - $28.00
This is a large campground, but only a few of the sites have sewer hookups. The wide and long crushed rock sites were level. The water pressure and electric power was good. You do have to share the water connection with the site next to you. This is a cash only campground. The Internet available up by the office was pretty fast, but they charge for that as they did for showers. The laundry facilities were limited with only two washing machines and two dryers. There were another set of two but they were behind the office and their availability coincided with the office hours. Most, but not all, of the sites are wooded. Matter of fact because of the constant strong winds a pine tree blew over onto the RV next to us causing some damage to the unit. The internal roads have many pot holes filled with water from rain. While we were there two different caravan groups arrived taking over the park. However, I would stay there again when in the area because of the very limited number of campgrounds in the area. - flrop