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The farthest east wild camping place. Quiet at the end of the dirt road. Nice footpath in the tundra next to it.
The farthest East you can drive in North America, Canada! And just a siick place to camp. The drive up is a bit treacherous (steep, gravel-y and pot-hole-y) but doable in a van. There’s a flat space to park and there are no people. Very quiet and secluded and just sounds of water around you. It seems to be some sort of transmission or signalling station. There are structures all around. But not a lot of traffic in general. When foggy you can’t see much but I’m glad I stopped none the less.Report Check-In
Had a van...road no problem. Take American Hill Rd up to spot. Crazy rain and wind, but saw icebergs on way down.Boardwalks all over . Would have been amazing if weather cooperated.Report Check-In
everything here: whales, icebergs (in the distance), nice view, walking trail (sometimes not very well maintained), a bear visiting...Report Check-In
nice place as described, landfill is 300mt away, so take the Bear Warnings serious, don't walk around after sunset!
otherway perfect, not many mosquitoes because of the harsh winds.
Very steep, rough track.
We left our 5th wheel on the highway and did a day trip. Glad we did.
You wouldn't make the first sharp bend at the bottom of the track with a tow behind never mind turn round at the top.
Condition I saw the track in, Id say 4wd or short wheel base Van, VWt5 or similar.
Totally worth the trip to the top though. We saw far more and far more impressive icebergs than in Twillingate and theres a beautiful hike down the other side to the lake.
Best free spot i saw was about 5km down the St Lewis Rd from the highway on the left. Big quiet pull out.
parking at the end of a dirt road (steep and rough, but we made it in a 22feet class c rv) on top of a hill in st. lewis. there is some dirt (oil cans and stuff like this), but you have a nice view over the iceberg alley, we saw 7 icebergs in mid july. nice walking trail. trash bin at site but it doesn't seem to be maintained. there is a plaque that says, it is as far east as you can drive on the american continent.Report Check-In
Le spot dodo le plus à l'est du continent, d'après la pancarte. Tranquille au bout de la piste. Joli sentier dans la toundra juste à côté.
The farthest east wild camping place. Quiet at the end of the dirt road. Nice footpath in the tundra next to it.Report Check-In