Provincial Government Provides Update on Re-Opening of Provincial Parks


The Department of Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation has announced a two-phase re-opening process for the Provincial Parks of Newfoundland and Labrador, to occur during Alert Level 3.


On Friday, June 12, day-use activity at 13 Provincial Park campgrounds and seven day-use Provincial Parks will be permitted.


On Friday, June 19, overnight camping at 13 Provincial Parks campgrounds will be permitted, with restrictions.


In addition, the Campsite Reservation Service will be launched on Thursday, June 11 at 1:30 p.m. NDT.


Overnight camping is expected to resume in full, beginning in Alert Level 2.


There are 32 provincial parks throughout the Newfoundland and Labrador; including 13 camping parks, 10 park reserves, and seven-day use parks, as well as T’Railway Provincial Park and Main River Waterway Provincial Park.

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