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Sir Richards Squires Memorial Provincial Park

Highway 422, Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
+1 709-729-2664
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Didn't see it

We actually never made it to this park because of the very poor access road....we value our vehicle... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
Dutrihard
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Canada
Salmon jumping

Wonderful spot. Well worth the drive on dirt road which, by the way, had less pot holes than some... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2017
Lynn C
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  • Excellent56%
  • Very good0%
  • Average22%
  • Poor11%
  • Terrible11%
23 Jul 2017
“Didn't see it”
17 Jul 2017
“Salmon jumping”
LOCATION
Highway 422, Deer Lake, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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+1 709-729-2664

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Reviewed 23 July 2017

We actually never made it to this park because of the very poor access road....we value our vehicle and trailer suspension. Of course the locals in their pickups drive it like it's asphalt , with the resulting dust cloud another deterrent to going.

Thank Dutrihard
Reviewed 17 July 2017 via mobile

Wonderful spot. Well worth the drive on dirt road which, by the way, had less pot holes than some main roads. Get really close to salmon and sea trout jumping up the waterfall. Great experience.

Thank Lynn C
Reviewed 3 July 2017 via mobile

One of those hidden treasures of Newfoundland. Must see place for a fish, nature, camping or scenery enthusiast!! On a scale of 1 - 10, I would give it an 11. Love it!!

Thank Ashley C
Reviewed 26 July 2016

fishin great place to relax great play ground for kids. Great wash rooms and showers.beautiful place to watch the fish jump the falls

Thank Albert B
Reviewed 29 August 2015 via mobile

Drove to SRSMPP from Deer Lake, drive took 40 minutes but very smooth and easy road to drive (both paved and dirt). Park is very nice with great campsites! Playground is a little out dated but still very enjoyable for the younger kids. Comfort station...More

1  Thank Randy D
Reviewed 5 August 2015

Going to this park requires driving over a dirt road for at least 20 minutes, but it's one of the smoothest dirt roads I've driven over - and we did it in a Ford Focus. The campsites are nice, and most of them are really...More

1  Thank mvc87
Reviewed 26 July 2015

Went here with family to spend the day and see the salmon jumping. I heard about this location for watching salmon jumping, but it was much better than described. There were salmon jumping constantly and we did not have to wait anytime to see them....More

Thank Rob123235
Reviewed 30 June 2015

I heard that the salmon here were amazing however I never made it to see them: The road to the park starts off paved, then goes to light dirt road, and finally it is extreme off roading, there is no way that you could get...More

1  Thank goldenflyte
Reviewed 24 September 2014

This is one of the few places in Newfoundland that you are able to witness the atlantic salmon jump up waterfalls to reach their upstream spawning grounds. We were there in the middle of August which is late in the season and still saw about...More

5  Thank Meaghan24
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