Gros Morne National Park uses Parks Canada’s national campsite registration service, which will open January 21, 2020 for Gros Morne. Campsites may be reserved at Trout River, Berry Hill, Green Point, Lomond and Shallow Bay campgrounds.

Love the idea of camping, but prefer the comfort of a bed? Imagine arriving at a campground to find your camp already set up! The oTENTiks offer a unique blend of welcoming comfort and outdoor adventure. Part tent, part cabin, oTENTik units come equipped with bed and furniture on a raised wooden floor. They’re an easy and relaxing way for anyone to experience the fun of camping with none of the fuss of setting up camp. Book yours today.

You want to camp but do not want to tent, nor do you want the modern conveniences of home… try a Rustic Cabin! Inspired by our forefathers, a combination of “winter houses” used for logging, trapping “tilts” and hunting “camps”, you will wake up and ‘feel’ the time lapse! An experience for couples, families or friends.

To reserve a campsite, oTENTik or Rustic Cabin:

  • Visit
  • Call toll-free 1-877-737-3783 (7 a.m.–7 p.m. NT) in North America
  • TTY 1-866-787-6221 in North America
  • Call 1-519-826-5391 outside North America

If you have questions or concerns regarding campsite reservation:

  • Call toll-free 1-877-737-3783

National Park Campgrounds at a Glance

Gros Morne offers 236 drive-in and 4 walk-in campsites at five Parks Canada campgrounds. Four of the five campgrounds are unserviced (i.e. do not have electrical hook-ups). Berry Hill campground has 25 water and electrical sites. The group camping area located in Berry Hill campground is designated for organized, non-profit groups and can accommodate a maximum of 25 people. To reserve a group campsite please call 1-709-458-2417.

Green Point campground is open to camping year round but services requiring water are NOT operational from October 1st to May 31st.

Campground Trout River Lomond Berry Hill Green Point Shallow Bay
Opens 5 June 5 June 5 june all year 5 June
Closes 13 Sept. 13 Sept. 27 Sept.. never 13 Sept.
Kitchen shelter
with wood stove
Flush toilets
Hot water & showers
Dumping station  
Wireless internet    
Group camping        
oTENTiks 2   3 2 2
Rustic Cabins     6    
Number of sites 44 33 66 31 60
 Number of serviced sites  0  0  25  0

Visitors with special needs

In Gros Morne we are pleased to offer a number of supports for people and families with additional needs. These include accommodations for people with sensory processing needs, trails with accessible sections, trained and informed staff, and information kits when you arrive. Every person deserves the opportunity to enjoy our national parks. 

Primitive Camping

Primitive front country campsites are located along several park trails (Green Gardens, Gros Morne Mountain at Ferry Gulch, Stanleyville, Snug Harbour, Trout River Pond at back end). Facilities at most locations include wooden tent pads, bear-proof food lockers or poles, and pit toilets. Portable stoves are required. Primitive campsites at the above locations cannot be reserved in advance. Space at these locations is limited and provided on a first-come, first-serve basis. To obtain a backcountry permit, please visit one of our Parks Canada facilities such as the Discovery Centre near Woody Point or the Visitor’s Centre near Rocky Harbour the morning you would like to camp.

Private Accommodations and Camping

Accommodations are available from private operators in the nearby communities of Trout River, Woody Point, Glenburnie–Birchy Head–Shoal Brook, Wiltondale, Norris Point, Rocky Harbour and Cow Head. Further information on accommodations and camping can be found on the Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism website and the Visit Gros Morne website. Information about community businesses and services is located in the Facilities and Services section.

Community Trout River Woody Pt. G-BH-SB* Wiltondale Norris Pt. Rocky Hr. Cow Head
Cabins/ Houskeeping units
Bed & Breakfast  
Campground (serviced)      
Campground (unserviced)        

*Community of Glenburnie–Birchy Head–Shoal Brook