Does that mean the the mega party RV's are allowed? Or no camping at all? I can't think of a more solitary endeavor than tent camping. Only possible concern is showers/bathrooms and that can be managed. Never mind - I just looked it up and says "Campsites are permitted to open for day use only, with restrictions on public spaces." Level 2 says "Campsites are permitted to offer overnight stays with some restrictions in place for public spaces." Since the province is currently at Lvl 4, unless the process is accelerated there will be very little camping this year. Even if private campsites are allowed to open (eventually), it doesn't necessarily mean that provincial campgrounds will do the same. Moot point for me as long as inter-provincial travel is prohibited. Edit: Just read this on CBC website (Maybe party RV's will be allowed!: Camping Fitzgerald said limited overnight camping will be permitted when the province reaches Alert Level 3. Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Janice Fitzgerald announced Friday that looser rules are coming for tennis players, pet groomers and campers. (Government of Newfoundland and Labrador) "Access will be limited to self-contained units including RVs or cabins that have a water supply, holding tanks and personal washroom facilities as long as they are located in an area with at least 30 feet between occupied camp sites," she said. "Tent camping will not be permitted in Level 3. Campground owners should have policies in place to ensure physical distancing recommendations are maintained and offer contactless services where possible." All shared facilities, such as washrooms, showers, cook houses, playgrounds and club houses must remain closed. Campground owners are also responsible for developing communications plans to ensure campers are aware of the rules and preventive measures.