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Notre Dame Park is conveniently equipped with a trailer dumping station, just past the administrative buildings.
Notre Dame Park has a large, sandy beach, located in the picnic area near the main entrance. Change houses and toilets are situated nearby. CAUTION The swimming area is unsupervised. Water safety equipment is located conspicuously on the beach.
Kittiwake Cottages are a beautiful place to stay, relax, and enjoy the scenery of Newfoundland and Labrador. The cottages are located in Notre Dame Provincial Park on the Trans Canada Highway and open year round.
Notre Dame Provincial Park is located approximately 1 kilometre east of the Notre Dame Junction and approximately 41 kilometres west of Gander on the Trans Canada Highway. Nestled in the lush forests of central Newfoundland, the park borders on the serene waters of Junction Pond. An ideal choice for the family, Notre Dame Provincial Park has something to offer visitors of all ages. Notre Dame encompasses 113 hectares of land.
Construction of the park began in 1958 and it first opened to the public in 1960. Until only a year before construction began, Notre Dame Park was one of the logging sites for the Anglo-Newfoundland Development Company, now Abitibi Price. This company donated their land for use as a Provincial Park.