Frenchman's Cove Provincial Park is located on the west side of the Burin Peninsula on route 213. The park is comprised of 51 hectares of varied habitat that will fascinate the visitor. Frenchman's Cove park opened to the public for the first time in June 1967.
Frenchman's Cove Provincial Park has 76 campsites, each with a picnic table, fireplace, a garbage can, and a parking space for your vehicle. Many sites are suitable for recreational vehicles. Drinking water taps, and pit toilets are conveniently located throughout the park. A comfort station is also located in this park. A pay phone is located at the checkpoint for your convenience.
The picnic or day use area, located near the beach and swimming zone (refer to map), is equipped with picnic tables, garbage cans, drinking water taps, pit toilets, and change houses.
A large section of the park has been leased to Grand Meadows Golf Association who has established a professionally designed 9 hole course measuring 3,001 yards. Bring your clubs and see if you can make the par 36.
A playground outfitted with swings, seesaws, and a sand box is within close proximity to the campground.
Number of Camp Sites: 76 campsites have a picnic table, fireplace, and garbage can; 20 campsites have electrical services
Seasons Open: Mid May to Mid September
Pets are welcome but must be on leash at all times and owner must clean up after pet.