Mary March Wilderness Park
The park is located right on the shoreline of Newfoundland's 2nd largest lake, the historic Red Indian Lake, we promote the natural beauty and wilderness areas in the park and areas nearby attraction. The park has access to the ATV Trail System. Seeing is believing! There are 9.5km of hiking trails in the park including a nature walk trail along the lake shore where the Beothucks lived, hunted, fished and enjoyed nature.
Location data provided by the operator. Please confirm location before departure.
Magnificent trout fishing, boat launch marina, boat security/storage and rentals, miles of hiking trails, friendly guided tours for wildlife viewing and photography, convenience store, cookhouse, playground, family oriented with waterfront campsite 20 & 30 amp electric service, pull through available, water, dumping station, showers, swimming, hiking trails, pets are allowed, convenience store, cookhouse, playground, 20 & 30 amp service, electrical and water, dumping station.
Driving distances and calculations derived using Google Maps. Actual driving times may vary. GPS coordinates have been provided by tourism operators. Please confirm location with operator before departure.