Newfoundland & Labrador
Your RV can take you to a breathtaking dream world of icebergs, whales, and quiet coastal villages.
About Newfoundland and Labrador
The province is divided into two geographical parts: the eastern part of the Canadian mainland and the island located in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Newfoundland and Labrador is Canada’s most easterly province with a small population spread over a huge land mass. It’s said Newfoundlanders live on, by, and from the sea. No place is more than 100 km from the ocean and fishing villages are strung along the rugged coastline. Hope you like seafood, because it doesn’t get any better or fresher than this.
Weather and Climate
Climatically, Newfoundland is the most maritime of the Atlantic Provinces, and this is evident especially in spring and summer, which are quite cool by Canadian standards. The glacial Labrador Current holds July temperatures in coastal areas around 14°C, but inland averages may climb over 16°C. Sunny summer days in Newfoundland, however, are among the most delightful anywhere in Canada with afternoon highs in the low 20°sC.
Plan Your Newfoundland Vacation
When RVing in Newfoundland you need to plan ahead. Campsites get snatched up quickly, so make your reservations as early as possible to ensure you and your family get the best campsite, with the best view, in the best location. Mark your calendar for the day reservations open and then visit your campground’s website to lockdown your first pick.
Private Campgrounds and RV Parks
Access Camping has tons of links to private campgrounds and parks throughout Newfoundland for you to discover.
Newfoundland Campgrounds: The Best Of The Best
Camping Select has rated campgrounds in Newfoundland for the quality of their facilities, services, recreation activities and amenities available. Which one will catch your eye? Website: www.CampingSelect.ca
Fly to Newfoundland and Rent an RV
Buy yourself a plane ticket and launch yourself into the wonderful scenery, history and culture of Newfoundland. Land in St. John’s as a starting point. Then move your luggage from the overhead compartment to a rented RV and spend the next couple of weeks exploring everything the East Coast has to offer. Here are some RV rental companies that can help you get started with a reservation.
Newfoundland & Labrador Tourist Office
Tourism Newfoundland/Labrador: 1-800-563-6353
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