Most interior sites are best suited for tents, pop-ups and class B & C RVs. Sites 16, 17, and 19-21 can accommodate rigs up to 35 feet, are a pull-through semi circle, and are waterfront. All sites are unserviced but there are washroom facilities with hot showers and a dump station. No cell phone or Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is in Labrador. It provides dry camping only and nothing else. You can get "non potable" water at the office (we decided to risk it, no problems). They have these warning signs on the water to cover their risk. There is no dump station if I remember correctly. We paid, in addition to the camping fee, $5 to enter the park, and another $10 to make a reservation on the provincial park website, which we didn't need to do for a mid-June stay. The weather was cold and rainy when we were there so we didn't get much chance to explore. If you can dry camp, I'd recommend this park over the motel parking lot alternative closer to the ferry. We camped here in a Motorhome.