Glamping in Newfoundland and Labrador with wifi provided

Whales, icebergs, stellar vistas, and a deep connection to the ocean—Newfound and Labrador are as far east as Canada gets.

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Rosemary the Motorhome

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Saint John’s, NL
Enjoy the sounds of nature when you stay in this unique place. Located in Port Rexton you’ll experience the limitless rural and rustic experience with 5 star amenities at your fingertips. You'll have a small secluded lot surrounded by forest, much like a campground. You'll have access to the entire motorhome and there is room for a tent if you need more space.
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Island-getaways cottage & dory ride

1 site · Lodging1 acre · NL
This is a 2 bedroom (cottage) cabin rental with Newfoundland traditional dory ride. To your island destination area is located upon the outer bay of islands. Located in the town of York Harbour & beach road is the pick up area. We’re there is parking. Load dory with supplies and We travel 10 to 15 minutes, then to arrive on Governors island. In traditional Newfoundland dory ride to this island location. Beautiful views, see nightly stars and dip your feet into clean ocean water and enjoy the fresh air. Come join us for this 2023 seasons and enjoy the ocean. We open on June 20 2023 Book early and if staying on weekends book a fishing guide to bring an experience of a life time. Jigging cod or mackerels with a hand line. Enjoy an evening around the fire pit roasting hot dogs or making smores. Full weekend trips Friday to Monday we provide a fishing day weekend as long as weather is good to do so. Fishing starts usually in July on weekends! Your safety is first with a fishing guide. Thank you from my family to yours.
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Glamping in Newfoundland and Labrador with wifi provided guide

Overview

With the capital city of Saint John’s and the two most popular national parks in the province, the island of Newfoundland is the province’s primary hub, while the larger, mainland Labrador shares a border with Quebec and offers more remote experiences. Main draws for outdoor adventurers include the fjords prime for kayaking and fishing village exploration; Gros Morne National Park’s mountainous landscape; and the some 10,000 whales that hang out among the icebergs on the east coast of Newfoundland in summer. The Newfoundland norm is camping in dense forests inhabited by moose and bears.

Newfoundland's Avalon Peninsula

The most populated part of the province, this is where you’ll find the waterfront city of Saint John’s in addition to scenic seaside villages like Holyrood, Cupids, and Heart’s Desire—all ideal for road tripping among the craggy landscapes. You’ll find plenty of beachfront campgrounds, cabins, and RV camping with hookups along the peninsula, plus some interior sites near the protected Avalon Wilderness Reserve.

Eastern Newfoundland

Following the island’s 300-kilometre East Coast Trail leads travelers along a portion of the waterway known as Iceberg Alley, named for the massive icebergs that make their way along the coast in early summer. Pitch a tent in Terra Nova National Park or at the dog-friendly campgrounds in Lockston Path Provincial Park, or head to the villages of Bonavista and Twillingate for whale-watching and puffin-viewing excursions along the way.

Northern Newfoundland

The town of Grand Falls-Windsor acts as a gateway to river rafting and fishing experiences in northern Newfoundland, where there are plenty of options for campers in its wilderness areas. Campsites with the most amenities can be found around Grand Falls-Windsor, but it’s also possible to venture out to Fogo and the Change Islands by ferry for artsy stays and an RV park.

Western Newfoundland

This area is defined by Gros Morne National Park, which pairs fjords with mountains and extends into Newfoundland’s northern peninsula. The park offers nearly 250 campgrounds with varying amenities and accessibility options, while coastal gateway towns with outdoor stay options include Norris Point, Rocky Harbour, Trout River, and Cow Head.

Labrador

Although sparsely populated, this remote part of the province offers scenic driving that takes you to gorgeous spots—try southern Pinware River Provincial Park for tent camping or the waterfront Saint Lewis and Battle Harbour for Iceberg Alley views. The northerly Torngat Mountains National Park is worth the journey there for its glacier-carved mountains, backcountry camping, and Inuit cultural experiences, while Akami-Uapishkᵁ-KakKasuak-Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve is pristine wilderness with no road access.

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