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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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Nestled in the heart of Newfoundland and Labrador, Barachois Pond Provincial Park beckons adventurers with its expansive lake and scenic trails. From mid-May to mid-September, visitors can immerse themselves in activities like swimming, boating, kayaking, and angling. For those seeking a panoramic view that captures both land and sea, the Erin Mountain Trail offers a rewarding hike. The park also features a variety of campsites, ensuring a comfortable stay amid nature's splendour.

Notable campgrounds

  • 150 Campsites: A diverse range of sites, from pull-through to unserviced, catering to all camping preferences.
  • Beachside Bliss: Camp near the water's edge and wake up to the serene sounds of the lake.
  • Erin Mountain Trail Access: Stay close to the trailhead for an early morning hike with breathtaking views.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early to secure your preferred spot, especially during peak summer months.
  • Consider mid-week stays for better availability and a quieter experience.
  • Check the park's website for cancellation policies and snag last-minute openings.
  • Explore nearby camping options for additional choices if the park is fully booked.

When to go

The prime time to visit Barachois Pond Provincial Park is between mid-May and mid-September when the park is fully operational. During this period, the weather is most favourable for outdoor activities. Outside of these months, visitors may find limited services and cooler temperatures, which could impact the enjoyment of some park features.

Know before you go

  • Check the weather forecast and pack accordingly for the unpredictable Newfoundland climate.
  • Be aware of wildlife in the area and store food securely to avoid attracting animals to your campsite.
  • Some trails may be challenging; ensure you have proper footwear and physical preparation.
  • Visit the park's website or contact the welcome desk for the latest information on closures and accessibility.
  • Payment options include Interac/Debit, MasterCard, and Visa for convenience.

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