Barachois Pond is the largest Provincial Park in Western Newfoundland. Located off the Trans Canada Highway the park is 20 kilometres from Stephenville.
All 3500 hectares of the park are in the Western Newfoundland Forest ecoregion which is characterized by a balsam fir forest with an
under story of ferns and moss.
The Park has a variety of activities which make it one of the most popular parks in the province to visit. There are freshwater swimming beaches, bird watching, mountain streams, and invigorating hikes with panoramic views. A park interpreter provides a varied interpretive program including guided walks, environmental games and campfire sing longs.
Season: Mid May - Mid Sep
Amenities: Amphitheatre, Day-Use Facilities, Convenience Store, Dumping Station, Laundry Facilities, Interpretation/Activity Centre, Nature Crafts Program, Showers, Freshwater Swimming, Boat Rentals
Location: Route 1, Barachois Pond Provincial Park
33 Reid's Lane
Deer Lake, NL, A8A 2A3
Toll Free Telephone: 1 877 214 2267
Off Season Telephone: 709-635-4520
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rates: Call for rates.
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.