Terra Nova National Park is Canada's most easterly National Park. And for many who explore the park one can enjoy adventures on land and water. This 400 square kilometre (154 square mile) park is decorated in boreal forests and home to islands, bogs, ponds, inlets and wildlife. The Royal Astronomical Society of Canada recognized Terra Nova National Park as a Dark Sky Preserve in March 2018 so there is some star gazing too. There are over 10 trails from hard to easy to explore the park.
Terra Nova National Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed includes hiking, sightseeing, backpacking, boating, picnicking, ocean kayaking, sailing, swimming, beachcombing, canoeing, mountain biking, canoeing, golfing, camping, snowshoeing and xc skiing.
Because it is pretty much everything you would ever want in a park including where to stay over night, explore and be entertained. By land or water this park leads you into some beautiful wilderness areas and opportunities to view wildlife.
The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around the Terra Nova National Park includes an interpretive centre, information signs, lookout towers, docks, campground, picnic area, guided tours, and parking.