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This is a great little spot to stop and learn more about Gros Morne and The Tablelands. Definitely make time to stop here. If it's a rainy day, you could definitely spend an hour or two. There is a very sweet little children's play area...More
This interpretation centre and discovery centre provides good insight into the evolution of the inhabitants of this coastline over the last 5 millennium. Information is well presented and the staff are very helpful and accommodating.
Housed in a building that would be OK for Bill Gates, the Discovery Centre is typically Canadian federal government: spare no expense.
There’s a snack bar, a gift shop, a balcony with the best view of the Tablelands, and guides who are knowledgeable enough to...More
The Discovery Centre is an excellent place that provides an overview of Gros Morne National Park. The large 3D map of the area is particularly spectacular. Definitely worth a visit to learn more about this unique area. The view of Bonne Bay is also fantastic!...More
If you decide to explore Gros Morne; PLEASE take the time to stop by the Discovery Center before you set out. This particular Park is massive and is best approached with an agenda in mind. The Staff at the Center proved very helpful in our...More
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Yes, you can pick up a Passport at any park facility. There are some guidelines for geocaching in National Parks available on the National Parks website. In National Parks no caches will be buried or off trail and it is not... More
Yes, you can pick up a Passport at any park facility. There are some guidelines for geocaching in National Parks available on the National Parks website. In National Parks no caches will be buried or off trail and it is not permitted to place trade items of any kind in the boxes. The Gros Morne Geocache Challenge uses coordinates, covers 20.5km over 5 park trails, and can be done in 2 days (as per website for Gros Morne National Park under Activities-Geocaching. Have fun!