Blanchard House, Crocker Cabins and the Granite Coffee House are all located in

the south sector of Gros Morne National Park.  Gros Morne is the largest national park

in Atlantic Canada and one of the most spectacular in Canada's national park system.

 

  

  Take Route 1 from Port aux Basques or St. John's to the Town of Deer Lake 

on the west coast of the island.  From there, take Route 430, the Viking Trail 

north approximately 30 kilometers to the Community of  Wiltondale and the entrance 

to Gros Morne National Park. Gros Morne is divided into two sectors, north and south.   

To visit the south sector of the park, turn off onto Route 431 at Wiltondale.  The 

scenic drive along Bonne Bay's Southern Arm takes visitors through several 

picturesque communities overshadowed by the majestic Tablelands and the Long 

Range Mountains.

 

 

  Blanchard House and the Granite Coffee House are located in the Town of

Woody Point, approximately 35 kms from Wiltondale.  Crocker Cabins 

are located in the Town of Trout River, an additional 20 kms from Woody Point.  

The south side of Gros Morne National Park offers visitors a spectacular setting 

to experience the great natural beauty of the area.  Dominated by the Tablelands, 

the waters of Bonne Bay and Trout River Pond, the south sector of the park is an 

untamed area of natural wonder.   An extensive trail system will provide access to

the geological wonders of the park.  

 

 

 

Gros Morne National Park

 

 

Gros Morne Travel

 

 

Contact:

 

Russell & Ivy Crocker

 

Crocker Cabins, Blanchard House, Granite Coffee House

 

   P. O. Box 130    Trout River, NL    A0K 5P0    E-mail:  ivycrocker@hotmail.com

 

Tel (709) 451-3236    Toll Free 1 877 951-3236        Fax (709) 451-3236