Close to the highway but road noise is negligible. RV park is terraced so just about everyone has a view of the little lake. Lots of seasonals and sites are fairly close together. Very little grass just lots of gravel. We opted for one of the back-in sites on the lowest terrace close to the lake. When all the seasonals arrived on weekends my EMS system kept shutting down due to the low voltage available on our site. Owner said it shouldn't happen as everyone was on their own line and didn't call a repair person. Wi-Fi at the office (unless you've got a fantastic antenna), friendly owners, spotless washrooms and laundry facilities. 1/2 hour west of St. John's on the #1 Highway, nice little park and we would stay here again.
Easy to find, right on the highway but still very quiet in the evenings. Well appointed campground with all the amenities for families. Full service including cable. Lots of seasonals but tidy and neat with terraced sites in several spots.
The rate quoted is for no services, $4 less than full service per night. We boondocked in the field at this RV park as it was already full with a RV tour when we showed up. It's beside the highway but not much traffic, sign is right at the entrance to the park, not before. Sites are in a big circle and quite close together. Owner has been there for years and it shows. The park is old, rundown and appears that the whole place has been Rube Goldberg-ed together. We wouldn't stay here again, period.
Easy to find, off the highway in Rocky Harbour. Nice looking entrance, nice seasonal sites but we were put in the "new" section, basically a gravel parking lot. Lots of wind, dust and road noise. Most of the tenants and seasonals drive thru the back gate to get to their sites, right beside where we were parked. Good laundry facility but pricey.
Not many RV spots this far up so we booked a reservation. We arrived to discover our reservation had been misplaced so we were put in group camping with a group of retired US military types, great bunch! The Rv park appears to be overwhelming the owners as we noticed lots of little things could use some TLC. Lots of seasonals, odd shaped sites everywhere. Gravel interior roads but close to Lans Aux Meadows and the town of St. Anthony for the great whale and iceberg watching!
Nightly rate is for cash. Credit cards are accepted but for more money. It is right on the ocean with easy to follow signs to the motel/RV park from the highway. Very quiet location except for the ocean crashing on the rocks. Sites are all back in and are very close together. Easy walking distance to the fantastic Gros Morne theatre company. Get your tickets early! You sit on the edge of the stage with the other 50 audience members.
One hour north of the Chance Port Aux Basque ferry terminal. Fantastic little park with well laid out, spacious sites, and all very quiet. It is a mile or so off the highway (watch carefully for the sign) .While it doesn't have any pullt throught sites all are angled just right. Pull past the site, turn your steering wheel, back up and you're in! FHU's including Wi-Fi and a very friendly, family run operation.
We stayed here for a week touring the area. This campground is close to Halifax and is/was extremely busy and crowded. Lots of trees, lots of seasonals, sites generally close together, interior roads are all gravel and dusty. We are a very big rig but managed to squeeze into one of their largest sites which unfortunately is also on the main exit road from the park,(also the main illegal entrance for the many working people who stay here.) It was close to everything we wanted to see but we would try somewhere else next time.
Nice little park with well kept, primarily seasonal sites that are occupied every weekend. Big Rig friendly. The owner let us use another site to park the tow vehicle in. There is a lengthy, retired railbed bike path bordering the rear of the park right on the river. Nice, quiet little place off the beaten path that could use some TLC but a good place to relax. Propane is available but it is very expensive.
This is a great Canadian National Park. The highway getting to it was in serious need of maintenance but at the park boundary, brand new blacktop. We discovered that Chignecto and Chignecto North campgrounds are accessed from the same road from Highway 114. After we turned around and came back up the big hill from the town of Alma. Sites are clean and spacious set apart at a comfortable distance from your neighbours. To use the Wi-Fi, we took our vehicle and laptop to the main entrance, close to the antenna. Very busy and noisy on the July 1st evening but the rest of the weekend was very quiet, close to nature, and relaxing.
Small park but very friendly staff who zing relentlessly on their work quads, working, mowing, guiding and delivering wood, etc. Each new client is guided to their assigned site which is handy as the sites aren't really marked too well. We are a pretty large rig so we had to jockey around to get into and out of our spot. Priced reasonably for the amenities and nice and quiet while we visited.