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Gander Newfoundland

We headed south from New World Island (near Twillingate) and on to Gander where we visited our nephew and loaded up on supplies (DEF for our diesel engine) at Canadian Tire. It was wonderful to see him and enjoy a fantastic meal at Rosie’s which included a Turkey Mess and Moose Farts! Yay!   Gander is known as the crossroads …

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Dildo Run Provincial Park Newfoundland

We departed Deer Lake and headed east on Trans Canada Highway through Grand Falls Windsor and onto Lewisporte. Lewisporte looked like a lovely area with a deep water port which is ice free and provides ferry services to Labrador along with aviation fuel for Gander International Airport.   Welcome to Dildo Run Provincial Park which sits on New World Island …

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Gateway To The North RV Park Deer Lake Newfoundland

  Gateway to the North RV Park is located on Route 430 just before entering Deer Lake (when coming from the north via Gros Morne National Park).  We drove in and there was a small building at the front with a sign that said find a site and park, so we did.   RV Park: Gateway to the North RV …

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St Barbe Harbour Newfoundland

We were planning at staying at Pistolet Bay Provincial Park which is located near the northern tip of Newfoundland but then found out they were still closed due to a heavy winter snowfall. They were planning to open in a few days but we missed them by just a day or 2. Maybe it was a blessing in disguise because …

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Gros Morne National Park Green Point

We departed the southwestern part of Newfounland and headed north to Gros Morne National Park going through (or near) Corner Brook and Deer Lake.   There are several campgrounds in Gros Morne National Park and we selected an oceanfront campground in more of the northern section of the park which we felt might be better located for the activities we …

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Marine Atlantic - Atlantic Vision

J.T. CHeeseman Provincial Park sits about 10 kilometers (6 miles) northeast of the ferry terminal at Port Aux Basques in Newfoundland and is the first campground after departing the ferry.  It is right off the main highway which is Trans Canada Highway (TCH).  By the time the ferry is docked and the vehicles are off the ship then it is …

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Arm of Gold Campground Little Bras DOr Nova Scotia

What a fun little campground! I don’t believe I have ever described a campground or RV Park like that before. BUT it was!  We only stayed one night because we were catching the Maritime Atlantic ferry to Newfounland the next day.  This campground is just a few miles from the ferry terminal so it was perfect for spending the night …

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On the eastern side of Cape Breton Highlands National Park is another campground called Broad Cove Campground.  It sits on the southeast entrance to the park.  We stayed here for a few nights so we could spend time exploring the eastern side of Cabot Trail and the park.   Campground: Broad Cove Campground Location: Ingonish, Nova Scotia (east side of …

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Cape Breton Island Cabot Trail

We departed from Havre Boucher and drove over the Canso Causeway onto Cape Breton Island. We made it!!  Our first stop, the Cape Breton Island Visitor’s Center for a short break and to check things out. And then on we drove to the Cabot Trail and on into Cape Breton Highlands National Park.   The very first campground as you …

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Hyclass Ocean Campground Havre Boucher Nova Scotia

We left Chester and headed east to Havre Boucher on our way to Cape Breton Island. The Havre Boucher area seemed like a good place to stop and spend the night before crossing over to the island.   Hyclass Ocean Campground is about 4 or 5 miles off Highway 104 and about 10 minutes to the Canso Causeway and sits …

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