Gros Morne National Park in Newfoundland is our next pick for the travel lovers. This place is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site for its complex geology. This is the second-largest national park in Eastern Canada, and the area covers 1, 1805 sq. Km. of Western Newfoundland. This massive park contains 2,000 feet tall cliffs, some of the highest waterfalls in Canada, draft forests, sand beaches, and rock pools.
The Tablelands is an exclusive rock massif in the park shaped by colliding landmasses and grinding glaciers. This is where geologists could prove the theory of tectonic plates as the mountain of flat-topped rock is only typically found deep in the earth’s layer.
This park is not only beautiful for the landscape, but also there is a significant history. There are a total of five campgrounds available in this park, and in these campgrounds, the campers can enjoy themselves in summer times camping at Shallow Bay, Berry Hill, Lomond, Trout River Pond, or Green point Campground.
As a traveler, you should know that you have to pay a daily entrance fee at the park. And there are also some additional fees, like – for camping, backcountry hiking, etc. its better if you have a car for yourself to reach over there conveniently. If you don’t mind walking through the hills or biking, these would be your other alternatives.
If you have a kayak or canoe, then Trout River Pond and Bonne Bay are perfect places for such type of activities. Launch areas are placed at Trout River Pond, Lomond day-use areas, and Mill Brook. But if you don’t, then don’t need to worry, you can always find guided sea kayak expeditions with several tourism operators available in the area.