The Tablelands bathed
in golden morning sunlight.
Crocker Cabins are in the town of Trout River in the South
Sector of Gros Morne National Park. Gros Morne is the
second largest national park in Atlantic Canada and is one of the most
Taking Route 430 at Deer Lake heading north,
will bring you to Wiltondale, where you turn left
onto Route 431. This scenic drive along
the south side of the Park includes such mountains as Kildevil
You will pass through the communities of Glenburnie, Birchy Head, Shoal
Brook, and Winter House Brook. These are
all towns within the Park and within beautiful Bonne Bay South. Just before the town of Woody Point, there
will be a sharp left turn to continue driving on Route 431 to Trout River. You will be astonished at the contrasting
scenery on the opposite sides of the road.
The left looks barren, with rust-coloured mountains and rocks and scant
foliage while on the right there is typical vegetation, tree-covered hills, and
occasional glimpses of the ocean. This
short stretch of roadway between Woody Point and Trout River, 18 km long,
contains the extremely rare mantle rock, peridotite, from beneath the Earth’s
crust, which was instrumental in Gros Morne National
Park being designated a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural
World Heritage Site (UNESCO). There are
four Park hiking trails along this road.
Tableland Mountains viewed from Trout River Pond.
Trout River Pond wth Tablelands behind spectacular autumn
Snowmobile tracks on Bonne Bay. Snowmobiling is a popular
sport on the South Side of Bonne Bay with many trails to travel.
View of sea stacks on the nearby Green Gardens Hiking Trail.
Tablelands rising above Trout River Pond. Spectacular views of
the earth’s mantle can be seen from the pond.
A hiking trail alongside the pond also provides breathtaking scenes.
Our cabins are open year-round, providing
opportunities for photographers, hikers, boaters, cross-country skiers,
snowmobile enthusiasts and others to enjoy their favourite activities during
offer quality accommodations, good rates, and a quiet natural setting within
the Park. Our cabins are just minutes away from Trout River Pond and the
Tablelands. They are on a large and
private lot, surrounded by natural vegetation.
The cabins are self-contained efficiency units, fully furnished, all
with queen-sized beds. On-site free
amenities include satellite TV, internet, barbecues, fire pits, a laundromat and a playground for the convenience of our
guests. One of the units is wheelchair
accessible and all other units are accessible for walkers. Pets are welcome. Visa and Mastercard are accepted.
Pathway leading to Crocker Cabins. Turn left at the end of Highway 431 onto
Main Street and then turn left onto Duke Street. Cabins 1 and 2 are in view.
Facing are Cabins 1 and 2 with Laundromat between. Picnic Table, fire pit and barbecue are in
the foreground with a view of the tablelands in the back. All the cabins have a well-equipped
kitchen, living room and bedrooms.
Cabins 3 and 4 are situated behind Cabins 1 and 2.
At the top of the pathway, both cabin structures are in view.
The kitchen area is fully equipped for meal preparation and
In the living area there is a satellite TV,
as well as a sofa.
All the bedrooms have queen size beds.
The cabins also have a play area for the children of our
guests. It is across the parking lot
for the cabins.
At the edge of the play structure is Trout River Pond.
Russell and Ivy Crocker
P. O. Box 130
Trout River, NL
Telephone: (709) 451-3236
Toll Free: 1 877 951-3236
Fax: (709) 451-3236