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Gros Morne National Park Rocky Harbour
#1 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
There are hiking trails, one of which leads to a unique geological site (Tablelands), boat rides in spectacular inland fjords, beautiful forest drives, a lighthouse, etc. Plan to spend several days in the park - y...
Gros Morne National Park, at the base of the Great Northern Peninsula is an amazing place to visit - incredible views, magnificent mountains, sparkling water, hard to believe it is all in one place.
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Skerwink Trail Port Rexton
#2 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
However, for the nature lover, the bird watcher, the whale watcher, the iceberg fan, the photographer and the hiking enthusiast, this is a must see/ must do while in the Trinity Bight area.
I've hike the Smoky Mountain National Park, west coast of Ireland and Columbia River Gorge.
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#3 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Bucket List for all Birders or folks who just love nature; Cape St. Mary's Reserve, Newfoundland
Beautiful scenery and friendly staff just made this trip a one of a kind for my family... Absolutely a great experience for any nature lover...
North Head Trail St. John's
#4 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
But if you love nature, and spectacular scenery, and fresh (very WINDY air)...and photography...this is a MUST.
The round trip takes about 45 minutes to complete, and you can park either at the top (at Cabot tower) or partway up the hill at the museum/Johnson Geo centre (these sites are also well worth visiting).
East Coast Trail St. John's
#5 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
The East Coast Trail includes a National Park and small fishermen's villages, The scenery is fantastic!
you feel you are really in the wild, the views are amazing and the nature is incredible.
The Tablelands Gros Morne National Park
#6 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Great guided tour (thanks Park Ranger Kris), lots of info about geology and plant life.
The Tablelands is a special place that helps define the uniqueness of Gros Morne National Park, and is a must see when visiting the area.
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Bowring Park St. John's
#7 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Love this park, has everything, swans, ducks, picnic places, beautiful flowers and trees, monuments, river, pond, tennis courts, swimming, children playground, etc.
We have been here several times recently and done good hikes and seen a wonderful variety of well presented flowering plants, open green spaces and long walks (the one along the south side of the park is the most...
#8 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
It's so beautiful to just walk and relax whole seeing the wonders of nature, the flora and fauna throughout the trails and amazing and yet you can hear your self think.
... loop around the Glynmill Pond or take the upper trail for something more challenging around the Gorge and along the Pipeline back down to Margaret Bowater Park - everything is well marked and easy to follow.
Western Brook Pond Gros Morne National Park
#9 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Western Brook Pond Trail is one of many hiking trails available to visitors of Gros Morne National Park.
Western Brook Pond is the geological gem of Gros Morne Park.
#10 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
An excelente place to learn about the marine ecosystem around the Gros Morne National Park.
The Bonne Baie Marine Station is a marine research facility and aquarium located in Norris Point, in Gros Morne National Park, just off route 430.
#11 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Great drive around the cape, often have whale sightings, small foxes and cows! well maintained park with a lot of history.
There in the middle of the field..The is the Dungeon..Stunning.... Love this area... Certainly recommend this spectacular art of Mother Nature..
Arches Provincial Park Portland Creek
#12 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Arches Provencial Park is a quick 30-40 minute drive north of Gros Morne National Park, and just off of the highway.
As you head north from Gros Morne to Lanse aux Meadows take a minute and check out the Arches in Arches Provincial Park.
#13 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
The trail is an easy hike with breathtaking views, we started near Signal Hill and meandered through a path filled with ferns and beautiful nature.
Walk up the path adjacent to the Stadium and Ball Park, cross the street and you are now on another trail that leads west / north west up to higher grounds.  
Salmonid Interpretation Centre Grand Falls Windsor
#14 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
The Center tells the amazing story of the Atlantic Salmon's life cycle which represents the wonderful power of nature at its best.
Spent a lovely morning walking through the woods/park and seeing animals native to Newfoundland.
#15 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
In the middle of Pippy Park and less than a 10 minute drive from most of St. John's, the garden has beautiful woodland and lakeside walking trails, gardens, and displays, along with very knowledgeable staff, a sma...
Nature trails are very neat - many orchids were in bloom along the trail as well as pitcher plants and plenty of Indian Pipe (parasitic flower).
Lookout Trail Woody Point
#16 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Along with the Western Brook Pond cruise, this hike gave us two sensational experiences in this wonderful national park.
You will see Gros Morne Mountain, all of the Tablelands, and a panoramic view of the park.
#17 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
On my first ever visit to Newfoundland from the UK I gave myself two whole days to spend in Gros Morne National Park, and one of the things I definitely wanted to do was to do this hike, especially as the trail up...
Parks Canada offers lots of advice for those daring enough to take this challenge on.
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#18 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
We continued our hike out to the lighthouse and sat in the red Adirondack chairs that Parks Canada strategically places throughout Nfld parks.
Parks Canada looks after these out of the way points and presents interesting stories and histories so that we can understand the areas (and the people better).
#19 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Cobb's Pond provides a beautiful nature walk complete with birds, small animals and sometimes if you are lucky a moose!
It's beautiful, clean , well maintained and we spent a peaceful afternoon there...Gander should be proud to have such a beautiful park to enjoy!
Bannerman Park St. John's
#20 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Very well kepT park with great children's play area as well a fields for various activities for older kids and adults.
Thanks to the recent addition of "The Loop" the park can also be enjoyed during the winter.
#21 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
We caught the trail at Pippy Park and walked down to and around Quidi Vidi and back again.
A great nature walk in the heart of the city
#22 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
This park will be appreciated by those interested in nature, camping and wildlife and by those interested in photography, scenic views and fantastic hiking trails.
There are plenty of trails here to keep you busy (I've come to that park twice), if you want a good hike or walk, to learn somethings about Terra Nova National Park and also they have a visitor center that you sho...
#23 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Great for family to enjoy the joy of nature and beautiful fresh air.
Park at French Bay and explore the old shale root cellars, some of which are still in use.
Dare Devil Trail St. Anthony
#24 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
A centrepiece of a wonderful park area, the Dare Devil Trail leads to a stunning view of the bay.
We finished off the afternoon by tracking the Fishing Point Park trail back in St. Anthony's and ended this day at a traditional Newfoundland Scoff at the Royal Canadian Legion.
#25 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Though officially closed for guidance, there were local park rangers who were very very helpful.
We sat in the Parks Canada chairs and enjoyed the view, all to ourselves I might add!
Marble Mountain Corner Brook
#26 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, hiking, fishing, zip lining, paddling, etc...If you go check out Gros Morne Park...Unbelievable!!! Marble Mountain is not a big hill by most people's account, however the amount...
Green Gardens Trout River
#27 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Take it all in while enjoying two of those wonderful Parks Canada Adirondack chairs!
Green Gardens an A+ hike in Gros Morne National Park
#28 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
#29 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
The park is operated by the province and is free, the 2.5 km loop walk is easy (boardwalk all the way), and you will see moose, caribou, red fox, mink, and many many other animals close up.
The day we visited the weather was lovely, and the boardwalk makes it easy walking the trail around the park.
#30 of 205 Nature & Parks in Newfoundland
Shallow Bay beach is located at Cow Head just off the Viking Trail, Rout 430 in Gros Morne National Park.
We were camping at Shallow Bay Beach campground in Gros Morne National Park, and this beach was just around the corner from our campsite.