Curious about the park? Visit the Discovery Centre. From geology to plants, moose to caribou, marine life to arctic life and the people of the past and present, your questions will be answered here.

Explore the geology exhibit which reveals the secrets of Gros Morne’s amazing geology, the reason for our UNESCO World Heritage Site designation. Do you have kids? Bring them to the Kids’ Camp Zone! Enjoy a tenting experience where games and toys awaits.

Too, you can watch the park film, find books and gifts at the Tuckamore Shoppe, or grab a sandwich at the café.  There, taste a delicious soup made the old fashioned Newfoundland way or delight in a real espresso, beans roasted locally.  Tired? Sit back and marvel at the beauty around you.

Get out and hike too. From the Discovery Centre you can head up the Lookout Trail onto the arctic highlands for an incredible view on the park and Tablelands, or for a more gentle adventure walk up to the Em Tapper Look-off. Take the community trail into Woody Point, skirting old cemeteries and stopping at one of the best lookouts in the region.

The Discovery Centre


May 15 – June 18. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

June 19 – September 7. 9:00 am to 6:00 pm

September 8 – October 12. 9:00 am to 5:00 pm 


Medicine Walk 

Guided Walk (1h): Discovery Centre July 1 – September 7 Thursdays 2:00 pm 

Join a Parks Canada guide for a gentle walk to explore what grows in our forests and it can be used as nutrition and used to treat various ailments. Walk in the footsteps of those who have gone before to learn the traditional uses of plants and berries.

Around the Fire

Evening Outdoor Program (1h): Trout River Pond Campground
July 1 – September 7. Thursdays 7:00 pm
Gather around the crackling fire, as we share stories of our people and these beautiful natural places we call home.