Gros Morne National Park of Canada

Picnicking

The following day-use areas have picnic tables and toilets:

Car and visitor at picnic area with view of Trout River Pond.
Trout River Pond Picnic Area
© Parks Canada / Lynch, W / 01.11.02.07(15)
  • Trout River Pond - on the North shore of the pond. There is a shelter with a stove, fireplaces, playground, swimming beach, boat launch, hiking trail , and boat tour .
  • MacKenzie Brook - 24km west of the park entrance at Wiltondale along route 431 before you enter the town of Glenburnie. It has a shelter.

  • Lomond - located 17km west of the park entrance at Wiltondale on route 431. The site has a shelter with stove, a wharf and boat launch, a gravel beach, a playground, and leads to the Stanleyville trail .

  • Southeast Hills -6km north from the park entrance at Wiltondale on route 430. The picnic site is found at the top of the hills and has mini-shelters provided. This site offers a panoramic view of the surrounding valleys.

  • Mill Brook - 19km north from the park entrance at Wiltondale on route 430. This site has mini-shelters with stoves, a wharf and boat launch.

  • Deer Arm - 4km south of Visitor Centre on route 430. Located at the foot of Gros Morne Mountain and Crow Cliff.

  • Baker's Brook - 6km north of Rocky Harbour along route 430. An open area on the coast beside a fish stage. It has mini-shelters.

  • Western Brook - 27km north of Rocky Harbour on route 430. This site has a shelter with a stove and a trail to a sandy beach.

  • Shallow Bay - 3 km north of the community of Cow Head along route 430. The picnic area is besides a long sandy beach. It has a shelter with a stove located near a playground and leads to the Mail Road trail .

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