La Manche Provincial Park

Route 10

La Manche Provincial Park is located approximately 53 kilometres south of St. John's. The park was first opened to the public in August 1966.

This park was established because of the scenic la Manche Valley, interesting and varied habitat and vegetation, as well as the diverse bird life. The park area includes Rowsells Hill Pond, La Manche Ponds, a section of the La. Manche River, as well as the abandoned fishing village of La Manche.

Picnic by the waterfalls, hike over the park system's only suspension bridge, add to your bird list or canoe on the pond. Count the number of butterfly species. Relax! This park is a paradise for bird watchers, as over 50 species have been identified in this park.

Sites: 76

Season: Mid May - Mid Sept

Amenities: Day-Use Facilities, Pit Privies, Comfort Station, Electrical Sites, Playground, Trout Angling, Hiking Trails, Interpretation Program, Outdoor Freshwater Swimming, Picnic Sites, Viewing Point, Playground, Drinking Taps Located Throughout the Park.

Location: Route 10, South of Tors Cove

Mailing Address:
33 Reid's Lane
Deer Lake, NL, A8A 2A3

Telephone: 709-685-1823

Toll Free Telephone: 1 877 214 2267

Off Season Telephone: 709-635-4520

Fax: 709-635-4541

Email Address: parksinfo@gov.nl.ca

Rates: Call for rates.

Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard.

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