Camping and overnight accommodations
Gros Morne National Park
Reservation launch dates
Parks Canada will be launching reservations for the 2024 visitor season starting in January.
Parks Canada recognizes that being in nature provides important physical and mental health benefits. Going outdoors, including camping overnight, is a great way to maintain health and wellness.
Parks Canada’s reservation service has moved to an updated platform and visitors will now need to sign up for a new user account to make camping reservations at Newfoundland and Labrador’s national park campgrounds.
Gros Morne National Park Campgrounds at a Glance
Gros Morne offers 236 campsites at five Parks Canada campgrounds which are suitable tents, trailer and recreation vehicles. Two of the five campgrounds are un-serviced (i.e. do not have electrical hook-ups).
|Campground||Trout River||Lomond||Berry Hill||Green Point||Shallow Bay|
|Opens||2 June||19 May||26 May||19 May||2 June|
|Closes||25 Sept.||8 Oct.||25 Sept.||8 Oct.*||25 Sept.|
with wood stove
|Hot water & showers||•||•||•||•||•|
|Number of sites||44||33||66||31||60|
|Number of serviced sites||0||0||25||8||11|
* Green Point Campground is open year round by self-registration
Visitors with special needs
In Gros Morne we are pleased to offer a number of supports for people and families with additional needs. These include accommodations such as Rustic Cabins for people with sensory processing needs, trails with accessible sections, trained and informed staff, and information kits when you arrive. Every person deserves the opportunity to enjoy our national parks.
Primitive campsites are located along several park trails. Facilities at most locations include wooden tent pads, bear-proof food lockers or poles, and pit toilets. Portable stoves are required. Camping permit required. Please register with park staff. These sites are not maintained between October and May each year.
Private Accommodations and Camping
Accommodations are available from private operators in the nearby communities of Trout River, Woody Point, Glenburnie–Birchy Head–Shoal Brook, Wiltondale, Norris Point, Rocky Harbour and Cow Head. Further information on accommodations and camping can be found on the Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism website and the Visit Gros Morne website. Information about community businesses and services is located in the Facilities and Services section.
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