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Pistolet Bay Provincial Park

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One of the better NFLD Provincial Parks

For such a small campground this was a pleasant surprise. If you want shade you had best pick an... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
JamesMark70
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Waterloo, Canada
Great stay

Awesome place to check out when on the Northern Peninsula. Camp sites were well maintained and park... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
zackr0ch
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Gander, Canada
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4 weeks ago
“One of the better NFLD Provincial Parks”
4 weeks ago
“Great stay”
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North off Highway 430, Raleigh, Newfoundland and Labrador A0K 4J0, Canada
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

For such a small campground this was a pleasant surprise. If you want shade you had best pick an interior campsite. The sites were decent size. I had site 21 for my 25 ft trailer. I had no problems getting in. The site was level...More

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Awesome place to check out when on the Northern Peninsula. Camp sites were well maintained and park staff were friendly and accommodating. Showers are a bit rough but still a great place to check out.

Thank zackr0ch
Reviewed 29 May 2018

Lovely park. The vegetation is typically nordic and quite beautiful. We did not have the luck of seeing moose, but I am told it is quite a common occurrence. The campsites are small but adequate. Ours had a nice hedge around it so had great...More

2  Thank MTLcyclebuff
Reviewed 19 September 2017

Near Raleigh, which has some nice old buildings & close to L'Anse Aux Meadows. The picnic area was nice although it was raining when we were there so didn't explore the area in detail. There is unsupervised swimming and a campground. There are pit toilets...More

Thank SylRickTraveler
Reviewed 27 September 2016

This Provincial Campground has good private sites however the pit privy washrooms are not well maintained. The one large wash house with showers and laundry is good, but could be cleaned or at least checked a bit more often. Moose freely wander this park so...More

Thank SchumacherJack
Reviewed 13 August 2016

Found the park to be clean and enjoyable. Vegetation very interesting. Comfort centre is clean and large, but shower heads put out very little water. No potable water for RV fill up.

Thank Mobydick20152015
Reviewed 6 August 2016 via mobile

Closest provincial park to Lanse Aux Meadows and Raleigh. No services at the campsites. Clean, well maintained, quiet, private sites, clean comfort building with private shower rooms, fire pits, recycling box and lined garbage cans at each site, swimming beach with dock and change rooms....More

Thank L F
Reviewed 23 July 2016

We happened to be in Raleigh decided to see what the park had to offer. All that was there was a beach with a playground as well as a Provincial campground. The park attended even said there was nothing to see but they attended treatment...More

Thank Cinbrat
Reviewed 30 September 2015 via mobile

Nice sites amid the Tuckamore. Clean comfort stations with showers and laundry. Great camping experience. Rugged scenery. Vista Burnt Cape while you are here.

1  Thank Destination574263
Reviewed 17 August 2015 via mobile

Stayed two nights and had only booked one night. Found the staff at the front gate top notch and helpful. Stayed in site 21, open, airy, and a nice meadow behind the site to watch for moose. Found the campground location ideal after coming off...More

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