Gros Morne National Park


Gros Morne National Park is a world heritage site located on the west coast of Newfoundland.  Its been a long time since we visited this park and I really wanted to bring the kids here.  We took a few days and headed on a road trip.  Mom & Dad came along for the ride as well.  Here we go…

Gros Morne got its meaning from the French meaning “large mountain standing alone.”  The park is 1805km2 and if I could I would cover every kilometer.  We started the day with our morning drive to Deer Lake.  We seen 2 moose on route.  We stopped in Deer Lake for groceries and lunch and quickly got on our way.

We headed up the coast and I was all ready to take pictures.  Its one of my favorite drives in Newfoundland.

We didn’t get very far and I had to stop.  How can I not stop for pictures? Its so pretty.


The weather was a little chilly, even though it was July month.  We had a little rain but that wasn’t stopping us!


Time to stop again.  2 stops in 10 mins!  Dad was already teasing me about the picture taking.  He always tells me he’s not going on any more trips with me if I’m taking my camera but he seems to go every time and I know he loves it haha!

This is Gros Morne Mountain behind us.  I can’t believe I climbed that years ago!


Dad wanted his picture taken with this tree!

At this rate, it will be dark by the time we get to our cabin and I have a full night planned!

We made it to Norris Point!


Photographers lookout…what a view!  This is at the beginning of Norris Point, love this little town!



I could have stayed here all day!