Quietly nestled between Princeton Pond and Southern Bay, Princehaven’s twenty-eight (28) serviced campsites are waiting for you to stay the night or for the whole season.
We are conveniently located thirty (30) minutes from Historic Trinity, and forty-five (45) minutes from either Bonavista or Clarenville; two major service centres.
Take in dozens of fantastic attractions the area has to offer, such as boat tours, golfing, sightseeing, bird watching, iceberg watching, and so much more.
A Welcome Message
The owners and staff of the Princehaven Campground would love to welcome you to Princeton, NL, a beautiful, quiet place to enjoy the trails, both fresh and salt water activities and enjoy your summer.
Whether you are a visitor to the area, or a local resident just looking for that weekend or seasonal getaway from the everyday, Princehaven Campground has a spot waiting for you. We invite you to stay the night or the season, at the Princehaven.
Tenting Platforms Coming Soon
Soon, you will be able to experience Princehaven Campground by tent. We are currently building two tenting platforms that will host several unserviced tenting lots, so we can welcome more guests to our lovely campground.
Looking for Campers
We are currently looking to fill vacant camping lots for seasonal, as well as overnight guests. Princehaven Campground is host to 28 sites that include hydro, water hookups, and a dumping station. You can find us directly on the Newfoundland Discovery Trail. We are a 45-minute drive from Clarenville or Bonavista, and 30 minutes from Historic Trinity.
Gerry Chiasson & Tracey Hayter-Chiasson
Princeton Newfoundland's Local Attractions
Historic Bonavista | Bonavista, NL
The Town of Bonavista has a steep and enriched economic and cultural history, dating back to 1497. Learn more about our past and how it has developed us into who we are today. Proud, strong, and always hospitable.
2 Rooms Comtemporary Art | Duntara, NL
2 Rooms Contemporary Art Projects is a platform for temporary on-site installation projects, exhibitions & events, and an on-going museum of material culture in Duntara, on the Bonavista Peninsula of Newfoundland.
Town of Elliston | Elliston, NL
Elliston was once known as Bird Island Cove and with good reason. It is home to numerous seabirds and also the Atlantic Puffin. In fact, we have one of the closest land views of puffins in North America. The puffin is also the official bird of Newfoundland and Labrador since 1992.
Round Da Bay Inn | Plate Cove West, NL
Experience the coziness of an inn with the convenience and privacy of a motel. We have 16 Unique Theme Rooms and two pet friendly rooms. We are open all year so come and explore the historic coves and beautiful beaches on this scenic shore!
Fishers’ Loft | Port Rexton, NL
Tucked away on a quiet back lane, Fishers’ Loft is a 4.5 star inn overlooking the harbour of Ship Cove. The Inn is a collection of structures which reflect the traditional architecture of Trinity Bay between 1850 and 1900. The buildings have been designed to ensure the visitor’s comfort.
Random Passage | Port Rexton, NL
Enjoy a compelling, immersive and experiential journey into the past to learn more about the process of catching and making fish, early education and our affiliation with the sea through a guided tour of the sod houses, church, schoolroom, fish flakes and fishing stage.
Two Whales Coffee Shop | Port Rexton, NL
Two Whales is a small, family run, independent coffee shop and restaurant overlooking Robin Hood Bay in the small township of Port Rexton, on the Bonavista Peninsula. According to many of our customers, we serve the best espresso coffees on the island.
Historic Port Union | Port Union, NL
Located on the rugged shores of Trinity Bay, Port Union is a small community making a big effort to restore its heritage buildings and celebrate its unique contribution to the history of Newfoundland.
The View Golf Resort | Princeton, NL
Located in the heart of the Bonavista Peninsula along the East Coast of Newfoundland, Canada, The View Golf Resort offers everything you need for your next dream vacation. From a full fledge resort, to rooms with a view, and a scenic nine-hole golf course. You’ve Just Found Newfoundland’s Best Kept Secret.
Rising Tide Theatre | Trinity, NL
Formed in 1978, Rising Tide began by writing and producing political plays that addressed controversial issues for Newfoundland and Labrador. In 1993, the Company created the New Founde Lande Trinity Pageant, an outdoor theatre experience that takes audiences on a journey through the lanes and roads of Trinity.
Sea of Whales Adventures | Trinity, NL
Whale watching is one of the most exciting activities you may ever experience but beware – you may get ‘hooked’ for life! You will be amazed by these “gentle giants” as we watch them feed, play and migrate through our study area around the Bonavista peninsula.
St-Pierre et Miquelon | France
Saint-Pierre et Miquelon is where France meets North America. If you’re passionate about history, if you love nature and the outdoors, the ocean, the French language, European culture, great food and unusual destinations away from the beaten path, please consider Saint-Pierre et Miquelon!
The Dock Marina | Trinity, NL
Welcome to the Dock Marina Restaurant and Gallery, a restored historic fishing premises. The fish trade began on this site at the turn of the 18th century. Our classic, historic waterfront restaurant has always believed in simplicity and quality. We believe nothing should drown the natural goodness of fresh fish, meats and vegetables.
Trinity Eco-Tours | Trinity, NL
We are a tour company specializing in the viewing and interaction of marine wildlife for the pleasure and education of our patrons. We will provide you with a memorable experience that you will remember and relate to friends with a zeal as you remember your vacation experiences over and over again.
Plan Your Trip With
Their locally owned business is an all-around store for anybody and everything! They have everything from hunting equipment and camping gear, to powersports vehicles and boats.
LOOKING TO BOOK? GET IN TOUCH!
May 15 - October 15
Includes camping lot only
7 day minimum + 1 use of dumping station
Between 21 to 31 days + 3 uses of dumping station
Based on a complete season from May 15 – October 15
Daily Cabin Rental
Daily Tent Site Rental
Per night (no water/electricity)
Seasonal campers excluded
*Prices include applicable HST tax
PO Box 11, Compartment 4
Princeton, NL A0C 2K0