Hello from beautiful Gros Morne! Just take a look at the list below, hold on to your hats, and get ready for an adventure of a lifetime!
Tour the spectacular landlocked fjord of Western Brook Pond and scenic true fjord of Bonne Bay with Bontours .
Take a "close up" view of the earth's mantel with Tableland's Boat Tour.
Looking for adventure? Check out Gros Morne Adventures or Gros Morne Outdoors Company (https://www.grosmorneoutdoor.ca/ ) with their interpretive kayak outings through the "tickle" and "arms" of Bonne Bay. Guided hiking and backpacking adventures are also available!
Enjoy the theatrical performance of the Gros Morne Theatre Festival . Their dinner theatres, warehouse performances and children's shows are sure to entertain any visitor!
Attend local "pub nights" at the Ocean View Motel - an evening of music and wit starring the local group "Anchors Aweigh".
Visit the fishing premises at "Broom Point" or stroll among the beaches, stores and sheds of several ocean front communities.
Visit local exhibits and museums to determine the forces that not only shape the land but also the people of Newfoundland and Labrador.
The Bonne Bay Marine Centre at Norris Point allows one a closer look at our marine story. Its unique displays, interpretative programs and an indoor "touch tank" would delight the child and adult alike!
In addition to our very own "Moose Path", and "Logger's Road", check out the many local trails- ranging from easy strolls to difficult multi-day excursions depending on your interest and ability.
Swim in our private lake or at a local beach. Only 5 minutes away you can swim in an indoor, "state of the art", facility complete with children's pool and hot tub!
Savour the taste of fine dishes at local restaurants!
Find gifts and souvenirs at the campground or local craft shops!
Drive North along the Viking Trail to experience the rich history of our Island - native cultures, whalers, and the early English, Irish and French settlers.
At the very tip of the Viking Trail you are sure to enjoy the recreated Viking settlement of 1000 A.D. and 10, 000 year old icebergs!
Don't forget to bring along a camera! Take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but footprints.
Thirteenth annual Trails, Tales and Tunes Festival May 17th to 26th. Enjoy a unique blend of daytime walks in spectacular Gros Morne National Park, afternoon workshops with artists and photographers, and evening entertainment by very talented local musicians and storytellers performed in churches, halls, theatres and pubs throughout Norris Point. For more information please visit http://www.trailstalestunes.ca/
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