Cataracts Provincial Park, Colinet

4.7
#87 of 132 in Parks in Newfoundland
Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park


Cataracts Provincial Park is located in Colinet, Newfoundland and Labrador, on the Avalon Peninsula southeast of Placentia. The park consists of a deep river gorge with two cascading waterfalls. There are stairs and walkways that allow visitors to descend the gorge and cross the river. Thirty five known mosses and liverworts in Newfoundland have been identified in this park. There are picnic sites and outhouse facilities available for visitor use.

Cataracts is intended for day use only; overnight camping is not permitted.

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  • Visited friends In Placentia for the day and decided to drive back to St. John’s via a different route. Road was gravel all the way to Collinet and a little past but direct and scenic. The...  more »
  • Not too far off the beaten path, and an interesting gorge with the joining of 2 separate falls - but in May 2018 - lots of roads under construction, and you should know that it is a 20 minute...  more »
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  • Real hidden gem and beautiful area!
  • Incredible falls and park

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