Annual Visit Gander Shrine Club

The Gander Shrine Club had their annual visit on June 23rd, 2018 at our park.

It was a gorgeous day as they walked around the park to view some renovations that has been done since their visit last year, and to see the progress of  other renovations that is still underway.

They then met at the Recreation Centre where they were served a Lobster Dinner.  Noble Everett Green welcome the club to the park on Behalf of The Park Board.

Park President Kevin Butt also thank the Gander shrine Club for their visit and spoke to the effect about the importance of fellowship and through everything Shriners stand for and that’s the Children.


Successful Park Opening

This years opening weekend was very successful.  The weather was sunny but cool.  A meet and Greet was held on Friday night to welcome our seasonal campers back as well as transients.

There was Gospel music on Sunday morning.

A good weekend was had by all.

Park Opening 2018

Spring is here! Time to start thinking about this year’s camping season.

The Harold W. Duffett Shriners RV Park will be open for business on May 15, 2018.

It will be great to once again welcome campers to our park, both seasonal and transient. Whether you will be a first time camper or one of our seasonal campers, this season will be filled with outside activities, music, and games.

To transient campers, those who travel our great province, you should know that we do take reservation. While our office is not yet open, these reservation can be made by emailing us. If you are interesting in this, please refer to our reservation page by clicking.

To those who may be looking for a seasonal camping site, our park has availability. To see our rates click here. Our sites are fully serviced (water, sewer and electricity) and we have Wi-Fi as well. If you are interested in more information or would like to have a look before the season opens, please email us.

If you are camping in the Central region of our island, make sure you allot some time for the Eastport Peninsula. It’s a vacationer’s must. It’s Route 301 and it’s known as  “The Road to the Beaches”.

We would be pleased to have you stay at our park while you explore The Road to the Beaches.