ACTIVITIES & ATTRACTIONS
KW Green Park Campground
In 1765, the Tyne Valley area was known as “The Landing”, as lumber floated up the Trout River from the shipyards at Bideford and Port Hill. The community was named Tyne Valley in 1868, after the River Tyne in England. At that time, the community’s economy was bustling, with a blacksmith, cheese factory, tannery, tailor, carriage shop, plasterer, shoemaker, grist mills, and saw mills. The area’s shipbuilding history is commemorated in nearby Green Park Provincial Park. This, in addition to a local theatre group and an annual folk music festival contribute to keeping Tyne Valley’s cultural life rich and vital.
Today Tyne Valley has many local business including a Credit Union, Liquor Store, hair salon. MacNeill’s Store, The Landing pub house and bar, Stewart Memorial Hospital, Murphy’s Tyne Valley Drug Store, Irving gas station, the Community Sports Complex, the fire hall, the post office, the Tyne Valley Public Library, and a community sports complex.
We now spray bi weekly - environmentally friendly Mosquito repellant so your stay with us will be remembered and loved for all the right reasons!
6 km east of Tyne Valley. Wooden shipbuilding display centre and museum, nature trail, playground, river beach.
- Activity center and park recreation and interpretive programs.
- Private wooded and river-front tent sites available. Camp cabins on site.
- Laundromat, kitchen shelter and dumping station.
- 80 Tenting sites – 22-3 way sites – 20 2 way sites – Plus 1 way 15 Amp Sites available Campers’ store.
- Pets permitted on leash.
- Reservations accepted after April 1, new for 2023, online reservations available.
- We Accept Interac Debit . Visa . MasterCard . Cash
- June 8th-September 6th (If weather permittable – we may stay open longer)”