Camping is a great way to experience the wide range of natural landscapes, outdoor activities, and soak up all the natural beauty Newfoundland and Labrador has to offer. There are hundreds of campsites and approximately 80 campgrounds, with varying levels of services and amenities, located throughout the province - from major cities to remote wilderness areas. Travel far into untouched landscapes, or stay close to modern services.
Newfoundland and Labrador has 13 provincial parks that offer camping, 3 national parks, and a multitude of private parks in scenic natural settings.
Gros Morne National Park, named a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its rare geology and awe-inspiring scenery, has five unique campgrounds, as well as primitive backcountry camping.
Terra Nova National Park, is comprised of four hundred square kilometres of boreal forest and seacoast. Campers have two front-country campgrounds and several primitive camping experiences to choose from.
Thirteen of our provincial parks offer camping, but if you don't want to stay overnight they are also perfect places to visit for a day at a time.
It's always a good idea to reserve a campsite before you travel. Campgrounds can fill up quickly on long weekends and during special events and festivals. The non-refundable deposit you put down to secure a site is a small price to pay to avoid disappointment.
To reserve a campsite, please call (877) 214-2267 or go online at www.nlcamping.ca. If you are calling from outside Canada, the international number is (905) 566-2405. If you have a question about reservations, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Reservations are not available at Chance Cove Provincial Park because there are no formal campsites. Visitors may camp on the parking lot in the picnic area.
Group camping is available at Butter Pot, Barachois Pond, Lockston Path, and Notre Dame parks and there are remote camping sites in Barachois Pond.
There is limited winter camping at Butter Pot and Notre Dame, and at different sites than those used in summer. Free cross-country skiing is available at both.
For more specific information on each of our parks and reserves, visit the Parks and Natural Areas section of the Department of Environment and Conservation website.
There are dozens of private campgrounds throughout the province that offer a range of camping sites in a variety of natural settings and outdoor activities.
Locations of Camping Parks
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St. John'sExperience the joys of camping surrounded by nature while having the convinces of St. John's urban life at your finger tips.
Norris PointA family owned campground located in the "Heart of Gros Morne National Park," just minutes from all Park attractions. Accommodations: Cabins. Campsites able to accommodate from big rigs to tents.
Square PondFamily Campground, upgraded sites and Services, WI-FI internet. Scheduled daily children's activities. Friendly, quiet campground.
Deer LakeA hidden treasure indeed, perfect gathering spot for the family. A perfect place to park it.
Green PointGreen Point offers an oTENTiks, part tent, part cabin. On the shores of the Gulf of St. Lawrence, let the sound of the waves put you to sleep.
St. AnthonyClose to St. Anthony and Lanse aux Meadows with large private sites and all amenities. Situated on licensed salmon river.
Shoal BrookBordering Bonne Bay. Fantastic view and whale watching. Near the Discovery Centre, Tablelands, and Green Garden hiking trails.
HowleyLocated on Grand Lake. Old railway line runs through the town known as Trans Canada Trail. 30 minutes east of major airport. Nestled in the small community of Howley.
Notre Dame JunctionA suitable stopover along the Trans-Canada Highway, this park has many attractions including swimming, angling and boating.
RobinsonsLarge private lots and scenic views overlooking Robinsons River.
King's PointEnjoy a relaxing evening by the water with fresh air, icebergs, whales. Full service RV sites with oceanview. Caravan Tours welcome and unique group lobster/mussel boilup options available.
Salmonier Line22 acres, including cabins, RV Park. Tenting on 3 ponds. 35 minutes from St. John's.
GanderCampground nestled amidst tall white birch on a lake. 15 minutes from Gander. Seasonal sites available. Each campsite is secluded.+1 (709) 424 3007
La Manche Provincial ParkLocated in the scenic La Manche Valley this park is a paradise for birdwatch with over 50 species identified. A great place for walking, canoeing or swimming. Enjoy waterfalls, ponds, and streams.
Arnold's CoveQuiet, picturesque family campground. Centrally located to explore the Avalon, Burin, and Bonavista Peninsulas.
QuirponClosest RV Park to L'Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site. Located on Route 436.+1 (709) 623 2425
Harbour BretonAffordable serviced campground and accommodations, great for families or couples. A stones throw from the ocean.
Conne RiverScenic, peaceful and quiet surroundings. Nestled in an evergreen forest overlooking River Pond. Located near the Miawpukek First Nation Reserve. Family oriented.
Steady BrookJust 5 minutes east of Corner Brook at the base of Marble Mountain and one hour outside Gros Morne National Park, convenience at it best.
Grand Falls-WindsorLocated on the banks of the Exploits River, minutes from downtown Grand Falls- Windsor offering full service RV accommodations