Barachois Pond Provincial Park



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Stephenville


Park Size: 3500 hectares
Park Amenities:
Beach
Beachcombing
Birding
Boat Launch
Campground
Canoeing
Fishing
Hiking
Interpretive Signs
Kayaking
Picnicking
Playground
Sani Dump
Sightseeing
Swimming
Walking
Washrooms
Wildlife Watching
Wheelchair Access


Barachois Pond Provincial Park

Corner Brook, Newfoundland Adventure Guide

Canada Parks, Trails and Places

Barachois Pond Provincial Park is the most popular provincial park in Western Newfoundland measuring 3500 hectares. The main features of the park are Erin Mountain and Barachois Lake. The forested and rolling uplands park is a popular adventure destination in Newfoundland, Canada.

What are the Top Things To Do, Activities, and Adventures enjoyed at the Barachois Pond Provincial Park?

Barachois Pond Provincial Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed includes camping, swimming, hiking, sightseeing, boating, picnicking, kayaking, sailing, beachcombing, canoeing, birding (birdwatching), water skiing, wildlife watching, and fishing. 

Why Barachois Pond Provincial Park near Corner Brook, NFLD?

Because it is an "overnighter" destination so to make some time for a 2 kilometre day hike up to the lookout on Erin Mountain, and then take a dip in Barachois Lake to cool off after. Finish with a campfire and good times will follow.  

What are the features, and amenities provided at the Barachois Pond Provincial Park?

The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around the Barachois Pond Provincial Park includes information signs, sandy beaches, day use area, campground, picnic area, interpretive tours, playground, toilets, showers, laundry, sani-station, and parking.

Explore the Barachois Pond Provincial Park in Newfoundland, Canada

Address:

Barachois Pond Provincial Park
Hwy 1
Stephenville
Canada

How To Get ToBarachois Pond Provincial Park

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From downtown Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada it is a 69 kilometre (52 minute) drive south on Highway #1, watch for signs and then take a left to the Barachois Pond Provincial Park.
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