Getting to the Park

Newfoundland and Labrador is the easternmost province in Canada. Gros Morne National Park is located on the west coast of the island of Newfoundland.

By Air

Daily flights connect major international airports to Newfoundland & Labrador. Deer Lake Airport (YDF), 30 minutes from Gros Morne National Park, services the west coast of Newfoundland while St. John’s Airport (YYT) services the east coast of Newfoundland. Inter provincial flights are available between St. John’s and Deer Lake airports. Direct flights from Toronto to Deer Lake are available with WestJet and Air Canada as well as direct flight from Newark, USA to St. John’s with United Airlines

By Land & Sea

A ferry service departs from North Sydney, Nova Scotia to ports at Port aux Basques (Newfoundland’s southwest coast) and Argentia (Newfoundland’s east coast). From North Sydney, the ferry crossing is approximately 6 hours to Port aux Basques and 11 hours to Argentia. If you are planning to take the ferry, we strongly recommend that you make a reservation as summer crossings are often fully booked well in advance of the departure date. Access via the Labrador ferry is possible during the summer months. The 2 hour ferry runs between Blanc-Sablon, Quebec (bordering on the south coast of Labrador) and St. Barbe on the northern peninsula of Newfoundland which is 3 hours north of Gros Morne.

Travel Within the Province

To help with your travels around the province of Newfoundland and Labrador check out the road distance chart.