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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Arnold's CoveQuiet, picturesque family campground. Centrally located to explore the Avalon, Burin, and Bonavista Peninsulas.
Butter Pot Provincial ParkWalk to see the great view from Lookout on Butter Pot Hills..
St. John'sExperience the joys of camping surrounded by nature while having the conveniences of St. John's urban life at your finger tips.
Port au ChoixLots to see in Historic Port au Choix. Camp near the shore, watch the sunset.
CormackAngling, photography, watching the salmon leaping the water falls, boreal forest, bird watching. Large but quiet park.
Baie VerteFormer Provincial Park, nestled around beautiful Flatwater Pond. Great launch point for attractions of the Dorset Trail.+1 (709) 532 2267
Square PondFamily campground, upgraded sites and services, WI-FI internet. Scheduled daily children's activities. Friendly, quiet campground. Take out available.
RobinsonsLarge private lots and scenic views overlooking Robinsons River. Each site with Fire pit and picnic table. Fire wood for purchase.
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.
Corner BrookFind yourself in the quiet wilderness but still located within the City of Corner Brook and all of its amenities. A quick walk on the trails takes you to breathtaking views of the Bay of Islands.
MusgravetownA quiet, relaxing place to spend your summer!
Bauline EastFull Service RV Park located on the oceanfront, whale and bird watching right from your site. Showers and laudromat available.
Port au ChoixSpacious park with picnic ground, swings and table, 26 electrical hookups with space for tenting, 10 Unserviced sites, fireplace for outdoor fires. Situated very close to the ocean.
ArgentiaCanada Select Member - 40 fully serviced recreational vehicle traveler trailer park - water, sewer and 30-amp/20-amp.
Sandbanks Provincial ParkSome of the most magnificent beaches on the island portion of this province. The Endangered Piping Plover nests here, please exercise caution.
TwillingateFull service RV Park & Campground located in the Town of Twillingate overlooking the Atlantic Ocean where you can view whales & icebergs. Friendly NL hospitality. Kids are treasured guests.
GamboBeautiful scenery and waterfalls, scenic walking trails along the Middle Brook River Accessible to the Trans Canada Trail (3km). Located near municipal recreation facilities.
Big Bonne Bay PondFull service sites with 50 amp electrical and water to each site. Sewage dumping station. Seven minutes before Gros Morne National Park on the Viking Trail. Level access from Route 43
FortuneSpend leisure time in the open air & enjoy nature at its best.
J. T. Cheeseman Provincial ParkUsers of the Marine Atlantic ferry find this park a convenient first and last stop on the island. Spectacular beach. Exercise caution when near endangered Piping Plover breeding habitat.