……on the shores of Red Indian Lake. Red Indian Lake is the second longest lake on the island portion of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is 64.4 km long and averages 5.8 km in width. Mary March Wilderness Park is located near Buchans Junction and has been privately owned for 25 years.
Wild irises are everywhere.
A great way to start the day.
A hammock tent!
Defying the odds.
The owners keep animals at the park. The pig and goat share a home and are best buds. Their daughter’s dog used to live with them too but decided to move out, they do however, remain the best of friends.:) I was told that sometimes you can see the daughter, followed by her dog, then the pig and finally the goat at the rear, walking on the beach.
Mary March Wilderness Park, Newfoundland & Labrador
If you love glamping and enjoy posh settings when you camp, this may not be the place for you. If you like seeing the world from a different perspective, go…walk the shoreline of the lake, see the shore birds, walk in the woods and listen to the song birds, study the trees, listen to the loons at night, see how nature thrives on the rocky shores, light a soothing campfire, breath deeply and relax totally.
Everything we meet is equally important or unimportant.
In Praise of Walking…..Thomas A. Clark
4 thoughts on “Trekking through Mary March Wilderness Park…..”
The owners welcome visitors?
How did you learn about this place?
?? It’s a campground. A very unique campground. It was once Mary March Provincial Park and was sold to current owners 25 years ago. They are a very interesting couple.
Beautiful pictures. Very interesting.