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Baie Verte, Newfoundland Campgrounds and RV Parks

  1. Flatwater Pond Park
  2. George Huxter Memorial Park
  3. Sop's Arm Park
  4. River Sea RV Park
  5. Goodyear Cove Park
  6. Kona Beach Campground and RV Park
  7. Ocean View Park
  8. Fort Birchy Park & Campground
  9. Sir Richards Squires Memorial Provincial Park
  10. Catamaran Park
  11. Mountain Waters Resort Park
  12. Peyton's Woods RV Park & Campground
  13. River of Ponds Park
  14. The Arches Provincial Park
  15. Grand Lake Tourist Park
  16. Dildo Run Provincial Park
  17. Gros Morne National Park - Shallow Bay Campground
  18. Eastern Arm Island RV Park
  19. Sea Breeze RV Park and Campground
  20. Brookdale RV Park & Campground

Baie Verte, Newfoundland

There are a number of campgrounds and RV parks in the area south of Baie Verte.

French fishermen left their imprint on the Baie Verte Peninsula, as evidenced by names like La Scie, Fleur-de-Lys, and Baie Verte itself. The 42 communities of this region are collectively called the Emerald Zone. While nearby La Scie was a fishing village, now in transition to a mixed economy, growth in Baie Verte was caused mainly by a mining explosion which led to its becoming a town in 1968. Baie Verte Peninsula Miner's Museum features a unique tunnel entry to the exhibits. Viewing hours are 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. from June 1st through August 31st. Perched at the southern tip of the peninsula, Baie Verte is well-positioned for the whale-watching and iceberg-viewing (locally called bergy bits) that draw tourists from many parts of the world.

Newfoundland's most familiar national park, Gros Morne, is within easy reach and offers tidal pools, sand dunes, waterfalls, and volcanic rock scapes, among other attractions.

  • Baie Verte Peninsula Miner's Museum & Info Centre
  • whale-watching and iceberg viewing
  • Gros Morne National Park

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