Finding the Right Lodging
Many visitors to Gros Morne National Park base themselves at a B&B, hotel, inn, cottage, hostel or full-serviced RV park in one of the communities and do a series of day activities including walking and hiking, marine based tours, or scenic drives. Other visitors choose a more wilderness experience, staying in semi-serviced Parks Canada campsites or setting out with backpacks and tents to explore backcountry trails and wilderness routes.
To see the highlights in Gros Morne National Park, you will want to spend at least 4 days and explore the south, central and north sections. This leaves you with the choice of staying in one location and driving around Bonne Bay and/or taking the water taxi, or arranging to stay a night or two on both sides of the park.