Tablelands, Gros Morne National Park

Port Overview

The three National Parks and nine National Historic Sites under Parks Canada jurisdiction in Newfoundland and Labrador can be accessed via the following ports:

Gros Morne National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site
Wild natural beauty on Newfoundland’s West Coast
Nearby Ports: Corner Brook, Woody Point

Terra Nova National Park
Remnants of the Eastern Newfoundland Ancient Appalachians
Nearby Ports: Terra Nova

Torngat Mountains National Park
Spectacular wilderness of Nunatsiavut, Northern Labrador
Nearby Ports: Saglek Bay

Cape Spear Lighthouse National Historic Site
Oldest surviving lighthouse in Newfoundland, 1836
Nearby Ports: St. John’s

Castle Hill National Historic Site
17th- and 18th-century French and British fortifications
Nearby Ports: Argentia, Placentia

Hawthorne Cottage National Historic Site
Picturesque home of Captain Bob Bartlett from 1875-1946
Nearby Ports: St. John’s, Conception Bay South

Hopedale Mission National Historic Site
Symbol of interaction between Labrador Inuit and Moravians
Nearby Ports: Hopedale

L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site, UNESCO World Heritage Site
The only authenticated Viking settlement in North America
Nearby Ports: St. Anthony, L’Anse aux Meadows

Port au Choix National Historic Site
Pre-contact burial and habitation sites
Nearby Ports: Port au Choix

Red Bay National Historic Site, UNESCO World Heritage Site
16th-century Basque whaling industry complex
Nearby Ports: Red Bay

Ryan Premises National Historic Site
East Coast fishing industry complex
Nearby Ports: Bonavista

Signal Hill National Historic Site
Commemorates defence of St. John’s including CabotTower
Nearby Ports: St. John’s

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