Welcome to Gros Morne National Park
Small Group Authentic Adventures In Gros Morne National Park
SPRING/ SUMMER / FALL
Waters Edge Campground
Oceanfront RV Park & Campground In Gros Morne National Park
Nestled at the base of the world famous Tablelands, and next door to the historical community of Woody Point, the Water’s Edge is a quaint, newly renovated lighthouse, RV park and campground. Sitting directly on the waterfront of the beautiful Bonne Bay fjord, the Water’s Edge features both serviced and unserviced RV and tenting sites with fire pits, clean modern comfort stations, small cafe and bakery. Zodiac boat tours, kayak, paddle board and fat bike rentals are available on site daily, as well as a boat launch and small marina for guests looking to explore Bonne Bay with their own vessel or kayak
THE RENTAL SHOP
Located at the Water’s Edge Campground and beachfront on Bonne Bay, our rental shop has plenty of great options to get you and your family out exploring!! Safe and seaworthy pro sea kayaks and safety equipment, Heavy duty stand up paddle boards (S.U.P), fat bikes, mountain bikes and even hiking and camping equipment are all available daily during our summer and early fall season.
FAMILY FRIENDLY ADVENTURES
Travelling with one, or a pack of Little Explorers? Almost all of our tours are kid friendly adventures that will keep your little ones busy having fun during the day, and sleeping for the entire night!! For that special custom family adventure, fill out our Family Adventure form and our tour coordinator Rebecca will touch base and help you plan the perfect day for you and the fam jam.
Winter Tours & Adventures
Winter. To most people the words bring thoughts of cold, snow and ice. But to us winter means exploring, rosy red cheek, warm hearty meals and the sound of laughter around a crackling wood stove. With more snow days then school days, Gros Morne is a winter paradise.
Snowmobiling, snowshoeing, ski touring, roaring bonfires, or the simple comforts of reading a good book in a warm mountain cabin. We know winter, and our experiences celebrate everything there is to love about the season.