Day 66: Deer Lake Municipal Campground to South Brook’s Kona Beach Campground

Birchy Lake

Just past Deer Lake is the exit for Gros Morne National Park. Gros Morne is world-famous its natural beauty. Visitors have the opportunity to hike through uninhabited mountains and spend the evening at campgrounds with ocean views.

Bike along barren highway to South Brook and nearby Kona Beach Campground. A small grocery store, restaurant and motel are present in South Brook. Kona Beach Campground has laundry facilities and a nice beach.

Kilometre Log
0.0Leave Deer Lake Municipal Campground heading south on Nicholsville Road.
1.3Nicholsville Road turns into Lakeside Drive.
1.5Cross HWY 1. Circle 270˚ clockwise to access HWY 1.
3.9Cloverleaf intersection of HWY 1 & HWY 430.
5.4Exit to Deer Lake Regional Airport.
32.1Intersection of HWY 1 & HWY 401.
47.5Intersection of HWY 1 & HWY 420.
53.3Birchy Lake. Good place for a picnic or a rest.
63.0Birchy Narrows.
99.0Intersection of HWY 410 & Junction Inn & Restaurant.
119.2Intersection of HWY 1 & HWY 390.
131.9Intersection of HWY 1 & HWY 380 / Exit to South Brook.
133.8Kona Beach Park Campground.

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