Blow Me Down Provincial Park is a smaller Provincial Park on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland. The park is located on Route 450, about 60 km west of Corner Brook and the Trans-Canada Highway, on a small peninsula between Lark Harbour and York Harbour at the mouth of the Bay of Islands.
Amenities: Hiking Trails, Beach and Comfort Station, Day-Use Facilities, Dumping Station, Pit Privies, Childrens’ Playground/Playground, Laundry Facilities, Washrooms/ showers, Drinking Taps Located Throughout the Park, Viewing Point.
Magnificent views of the Blow Me Down mountains and the Bay of Islands make this park one of the most scenic locations in the area to visit. You will not get blown down in the park because the sites are nestled in the forest. You can experience the wind, however, blowing off the Blow Me Down mountains or depending on the wind direction, hold on to your hat as you comb the beach or hike to the top of the trail to Tortoise Point.
Sites: 28, All 28 campsites have a picnic table, fireplace and garbage can
Season: Mid May – Mid Sept
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