I would hardly call this a park. Simply a line of back-in hookups so each site faces the ocean, situated on the high beach below the Lions Club building. Not staffed and pretty austere, especially on a foggy, rainy day. We had a reservation without any confirmations, so we just drove on by. Not a place for us. We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This park is one of our favorites in Newfoundland. All sites are back in with water and 30 amp electric. Dump station is in a convenient location. Sites are level, and there is an unobstructed view of the water from every site. It is windy at times. Wi-Fi is now available, and it worked well during our stay. We did not see the washrooms, so can't comment on that. There is almost no highway noise. We will always choose this park when in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are e/w and there is a dump. Has a clean bathhouse. there is a single row of sites facing the Gulf. The view is fantastic even in the rain. The sites are gravel so it wasn’t muddy; it could get windy. Has a friendly staff. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This place has a beautiful view! Right on the ocean. The showers and bathrooms didn't look too hot due to tracked in dirt, so we skipped that. We had water and electric service. They guard the dump station pretty closely so people not staying in the park don't use it. It is essentially a gravel parking lot with no trees, but the view! It's run by the Lions Club. Would stay here again if in the area. Be sure to visit Ben's Studio - within walking distance. Ben is a talented folk artist. We had dinner at the Anchor Cafe in town - wonderful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of those rare natural finds: the town Lions club leveled, graveled and set up 26 back-in sites against a hill overlooking the ocean. Super site for bonfires, beach combing and sunsets. Basic yet clean washroom facilities (two toilets and two showers, resulting in a line-up.) TV was weak – bring a video. A mid-sized grocery store’s right across the highway. Considering the extremely sparse number of CGs between Deer Lake and St Anthony, we felt fortunate to find something this scenic. We camped here in a Motorhome.