Gros Morne National Park is the second largest national park in Atlantic Canada measuring out at 1,805 km2 (697 sq mi). The park is recognized as a "UNESCO World Heritage Site" and provides some of the most amazing scenery on Canada's eastern coastline. Features of the park are the 20+ hiking trails, the Tablelands in the southwest (desert like environment), Shallow Bay Beach, the Western Brook Pond - Fjord and the Pissing Mare Falls (highest waterfall in eastern North America).
Gros Morne National Park adventures, and activities most enjoyed includes hiking, kayaking, canoeing, backpacking, camping, wildlife watching, birding (birdwatching), boating, sightseeing, picnicking, geocaching, beachcombing, kite surfing, star gazing, cycling, swimming, backpacking, mountain climbing, fishing, backcountry skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing.
Because it is one of the most memorable parks you will ever visit. The challenging trails, the rocky coastline, the many waterfalls, sea stacks, coves, and beaches - all lead to photo moments and jaw dropping scenery. One of the the best parks for extreme landscape photos and videos in Canada.
The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around the Gros Morne National Park includes a Visitor Information Centre (Rocky Harbour), Discovery Centre (Woody Point), campgrounds, sightseeing benches, trail maps, interpretive tours, accommodations, restaurants, rest areas, lookout platforms, playgrounds, backcountry ski huts, amphitheater, information signs, green space, and parking.