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Unfortunately, we were there without a guide - which is something you can do without but would certainly be amore complete visit. Extraordinary geological traces and the history of earth's crust are in front of you like an open book at Green Point. For the...More
We stayed three nights at Green Point campground in mid-July and were completely happy with our stay. The campsite was as expected: clean, level and with a fire pit. What really set this campground apart was the exceptional shower and bathroom facilities and group cooking/wash...More
This was a self-registration park when we were there, although based on the construction that was going on, it looked like they might be changing that up. There were about 30 unserviced sites in this park, and our site was on the Gulf of St....More
The first takes you to a campground which has a trail along the beach. The second is easy to miss but is a short road taking you to the beach. I wished we would have explored further but it was very cold and windy so...More
Don’t miss this spot! If you’ve seen the Tablelands, this is another perfect geological example of all the amazingness that Newfoundland has to offer. The guided tours are highly recommended to provide context and give an understanding about the significance. They are rather frequent and...More
This, too, was not on our original list of things to see but boy were we glad we did. Rocks millions of years old...you can see the layer upon layer of rocks which tell the timelines. One of the highlights of our 14 day adventure.