Blow Me Down Provincial Park, York Harbour

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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 (37 mi) 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.
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  • We thoroughly enjoyed our two-night stay at Blow me Down Provincial Park. The park is quiet, the comfort station is clean, and the beach in the Park is breathtaking. There is a 3KM trail in the park.....  more »
  • Great Hiking, beautiful views, and no one around. This place is off-the-beaten-path and worth the stop for the views alone. The Governors staircase was totally unexpected and is a great addition to...  more »
  • Camp sites were surrounded with lots of trees for privacy. Comfort station was clean and showers had plenty of hot water. Outhouses were also clean. The surrounding area (Lark Harbour) is absolutely stunning. Highly recommend doing the Bottle Cove, Cedar Cove and Copper Mine Falls trails/hikes.
  • Beautiful spot. The view from the top of the stairs over the water is beautiful! A must see!!

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