Waterford Valley Campground Accepting 2020 Bookings

In the past, the only camping option in the St. John's metro area has been Pippy Park, but that's about to change!

For those living in St. John's, a campground in the middle of the province's capital city may seem odd. After all, driving a few minutes down the road to camp in a tent or RV doesn't really feel like a getaway. But, it's all a matter of perspective! For those coming from out of town, out of province, or out of country, it's a different story!

Having a campground in the city me...

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Newfoundland Parks Canada Sites

Newfoundland is home to a number of beautiful Parks Canada national parks, nature areas, and historic sites that you'll want to enjoy during your visit! In this article, we'll take a look at all of the Parks Canada sites within Newfoundland from east-to-west.

If you're exploring the whole country and have purchased a Parks Canada Discovery Pass for the season, you'll be able to use it for admission to the various Parks Canada sites within Newfoundland.
Cape Spear Lighthouse
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3 Beautiful Newfoundland Campgrounds

Newfoundland Camping

Canada is a country that offers exceptional beauty and nature full of excitement, especially for travel enthusiasts. It has numerous exceptional landscapes and a suitable ground that readily awaits for campers and nature lovers. For that reason, camping becomes more popular every year in Canada and people from all over the country, as well as the world, yearn to visit some of the most beautiful camping sites and national parks.

But why is camping so popular? To begin with, it enables you to w...

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Fogo Island Inn – An Unforgettable Experience

The Fogo Island Inn is not so much a hotel as an expression of the culture and community of Fogo Island. To understand why this place exists, we need to understand the history of Fogo Island.

The rocky sea-sprayed outpost of Fogo Island, off the coast of Newfoundland, was first inhabited by European settlers in 1697. They came from Devon and Dorset in England, and from Waterford in Ireland.  The old saying goes that they came for the Cod, and they stayed for the Cod. These Fogo Islanders have...

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