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Things to do in Gros Morne National Park

Visit our Beaches

Western Brook Beach is just 15 minutes north of Rocky Harbour.  You can view the beach from the highway and after a 5 minute walk you can be strolling the beach watch seabirds and looking for sand dollars.  Take a dip in the ocean if you prefer to do so.  Watch for a bright sunset over the ocean.  Shallow Bay Beach is 35 minutes north of Rocky Harbour.  The beach extends for approximately 7 kms. The hard packed sand along the water’s edge makes strolling the beach a very enjotable activity. Wade in the water where you can walk for 100s of metres and the water will still be only at waistline.  

Climb Gros Morne Mountain

The mountain for which Gros Morne National Park gets it’s name, Gros Morne Mountain is a full day adventure.  Follow ther trail and hike the mountain to the top to experience the scenic beauty of the area.  

Visit the Bonne Bay Marine Station and the Discovery Centre

The Discovery Centre is located in Woody Point in the southern part of Gros Morne National Park.  Visit the Diverory Centre to learn about the geology, the environment and the culture that makes Gros Morne National Park what it is. Read more here. The Bonne Bay Marine Station is a research, teaching and conference venue located in Norris Point.  The Station has a Public Aquarium which displays local marine flora and fauna.  Read more here.

Take in the Gros Morne Theatre

Gros Morne Theatre Festival is located in Cow Head just thirty minutes north of Rocky Harbour.  See the culture and history of Newfoundland and Labrador through drama, music and song.  Read more here. 

Do a boat tour

Take in the scenic beauty of Gros Morne National Park through the multiple boat tours available in the park, including the worls famour Western Brook Boat Tour into the Western Brook Fiord and the Trout River Pond Boat Tour.

Visit Cultural sites

Some of the cultural sites in Gros Morne National Park includes Broom Point, The Tablelands, Green Garden Trail, Green Point Fossils site, Woody Point Water Front, Rocky Harbour Lighthouse and more.  Ask your accommodations host for more.

Visit our many walking trails

Gros Morne National Park has 23 walking trails from very short casual walks to overnight adventure trails.  Trails being you along coastal shorelines, through wooded areas, inland to natural water falls, Western Brook Pond, etc.  Some trails are natural trails, others are boardwalks or a combination of boath. Enjoy local entertainment Through local afternoon and nightly entertainment, see and heard the talents of local entertainers.  The comedy band, Anchors Aweigh, will keep you entertained and provide and evening of laughter and music.  Several local pubs have karaoke nights.  Drop by and enough a visit with local people and entertainers.  During the festivals in Gros Morne Park, you will see a variety of local musicians displaying their talents through local instruments and their singing. 
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Things to do in Gros Morne National Park

Visit our Beaches

Western Brook Beach is just 15 minutes north of Rocky Harbour.  You can view the beach from the highway and after a 5 minute walk you can be strolling the beach watch seabirds and looking for sand dollars.  Take a dip in the ocean if you prefer to do so.  Watch for a bright sunset over the ocean.  Shallow Bay Beach is 35 minutes north of Rocky Harbour.  The beach extends for approximately 7 kms. The hard packed sand along the water’s edge makes strolling the beach a very enjotable activity. Wade in the water where you can walk for 100s of metres and the water will still be only at waistline.  

Climb Gros Morne Mountain

The mountain for which Gros Morne National Park gets it’s name, Gros Morne Mountain is a full day adventure.  Follow ther trail and hike the mountain to the top to experience the scenic beauty of the area.  

Visit the Bonne Bay Marine Station and

the Discovery Centre

The Discovery Centre is located in Woody Point in the southern part of Gros Morne National Park.  Visit the Diverory Centre to learn about the geology, the environment and the culture that makes Gros Morne National Park what it is. Read more here. The Bonne Bay Marine Station is a research, teaching and conference venue located in Norris Point.  The Station has a Public Aquarium which displays local marine flora and fauna.  Read more here.

Take in the Gros Morne Theatre

Gros Morne Theatre Festival is located in Cow Head just thirty minutes north of Rocky Harbour.  See the culture and history of Newfoundland and Labrador through drama, music and song.  Read more here. 

Do a boat tour

Take in the scenic beauty of Gros Morne National Park through the multiple boat tours available in the park, including the worls famour Western Brook Boat Tour into the Western Brook Fiord and the Trout River Pond Boat Tour.

Visit Cultural sites

Some of the cultural sites in Gros Morne National Park includes Broom Point, The Tablelands, Green Garden Trail, Green Point Fossils site, Woody Point Water Front, Rocky Harbour Lighthouse and more.  Ask your accommodations host for more.

Visit our many walking trails

Gros Morne National Park has 23 walking trails from very short casual walks to overnight adventure trails.  Trails being you along coastal shorelines, through wooded areas, inland to natural water falls, Western Brook Pond, etc.  Some trails are natural trails, others are boardwalks or a combination of boath. Enjoy local entertainment Through local afternoon and nightly entertainment, see and heard the talents of local entertainers.  The comedy band, Anchors Aweigh, will keep you entertained and provide and evening of laughter and music.  Several local pubs have karaoke nights.  Drop by and enough a visit with local people and entertainers.  During the festivals in Gros Morne Park, you will see a variety of local musicians displaying their talents through local instruments and their singing.