The Water's Edge
Gros Morne National Park
Come visit our beautiful province and explore this marvelous place we call
Whether it's walking on rocks from the center of the Earth, counting the
many moose, caribou, bears and whales .... or just being hypnotized by the
spectacular scenery, your visit will surely be a memorable one ....
When you visit Gros Morne National Park,
make sure you visit the scenic South side of the Park. The drive
around the South Side of Bonne Bay is very relaxing, very scenic and very
breathtaking. If you are driving a Recreational Vehicle, be sure to
check out The Water's Edge RV Campground.
The Water's Edge would like to offer you the following:
- RV Camping right beside the Ocean.
- Rates: $15.00 and up.
- On-site water and Electricity
- Playground on site.
- Tent sites availabel.
- A Craft Store.
- A Convenience Store.
A stay at The Water's Edge means
that you'll be:
- less than 30 minutes drive from
Trout River Pond Boat Tours.
- less that 20 minutes drive from The
Tablelands and Green Gardens Walking Trails.
- within minutes of Parks Canada's
- camping in an enclave of within close
proximity to the World Famous Tablelands - a massive rock
structure determined by geologists to be about 600 to 700 million years
- situated on an inlet of the Gulf of St
Lawrence and during late spring, summer and early fall, the inlet is
frequented by whales, the Humpback and Minke being the most prevalent.
- minutes from The Woody Point
- minutes from the Woody Point
Heritage Theatre with performances depicting Newfoundland music and
- within one hour of the base of Gros
Morne Mountain, after a spectacular drive through the mountains.
- enjoying a very relaxing stay,
directly on the ocean with the chance of seeing whales
immediately in front of you.
- able to enjoy a drive through the
towns that make up the south side of the park, a drive that brings you
to historic Woody Point and Cruzon Village and always with the
ocean in view.
|How to get to "The
Water Edge RV Camping"
Travel the Trans Canada Highway until you
get to Deer Lake.
Turn North on Route 430. About 20 minutes from Deer Lake, you will come to
Wiltondale, where you exit onto Route 431. After about a 25 minute
drive, you will come to The Water's Edge.
The Water's Edge