Camping in newfoundland Labrador
Many of the parks , that were once Provincial Parks, are now privately owned. According to The Newfoundland Labrador Tourism website there are thirteen Provincial Parks. I have had the pleasure of staying in a few of them.
It is very important to reserve a campsite as at the end of the day traveling, there is no worst feeling than finding there is no space available. Some parks may have over-flow areas but be on the safe side and book ahead.
Many of the private parks have season campers, although some may have a few sites for over-night guests.
The last site we camped at was in Gros Morne National Park. We stayed at Gros Morne RV Park and Campgrounds. Info here.
Trailer Problems and how to fix.
This is a work in progress.
Camper Trailer Problems can have a simple solution or be a major expense. Thankfully, many of us who own a trailer can do some of our own maintenance or have a friend or an acquaintance or they know someone who can help. I have been doing trailer repairs for five years and have assisted a person, who is licensed to work on gas, repair or replace hot water tanks, refrigerators, stoves and furnaces. Note: get a licensed gas person to do all your gas work.