Gros Morne National Park - Berry Hill Campground



Dogs Allowed


Wheelchair Accessible


Mobile Reception





Open Fire Pits


Camp Kitchen


WiFi Available

Cabins On-site

Electrical hookup


Nice Scenery


Hiking Trails


For drivers

Close To Road

Pull Through

Dump Spot

Berry Hill Campground is a rustic campground, with accessible facilities and on-site outhouses. It includes approximately 25 campsites for tents or RVs up to 20 feet (no hookups). There are also three group camping areas with large fire pits available by reservation. Berry Hill Campground is located near Gros Morne National Park's UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Tablelands, making it an ideal place to enjoy some hiking during your stay.

Camping at Berry Hill has great views and is conveniently close to many attractions in Gros Morne National Park. The sites are well spaced and provide enough privacy for everyone who stays there.

Intresting near: Park, Rapid, Fall, Beach, Camp

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5 out of 5 stars

We just returned from camping at Berry Hill Campground in Gros Morne National Park and couldn't be happier. The campsites are huge - a number of them with trees which may be limiting if you have an RV or trailer but come with the trade off that they're private. There's no WiFi, which my partner found inconvenient (though I was quite happy to get away from work for a few days!).

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Hidden name

5 out of 5 stars

Good site for car-camping. I like the shelter near the small lake, and people say the view from here is spectacular. The lake offers canoeing (bring your own), fishing, and hiking opportunities. There’s also a small camp store with some basic supplies. It gets busy in summer but you can reserve campsites in advance if you can plan ahead!

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5 out of 5 stars

The campsites are mostly shady, and it's nice that you get privacy by the trees lining each site. The only downside is that there isn't any wifi at this site, and it can be hard to find a mobile signal too- but it doesn't take away from the beauty of this placed...

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