Thousands of various sizes of rocks adorn the shoreline at Green Point inGros Morne National Park in Western Newfoundland, Canada where the lighting at sunset spans across the water to the rocky beach. The movement of the
Gulf of St. Lawrence creates a natural sound as the waves break along the shoreline and dampen a few of the rocks. Farther up the beach where the rocky shoreline remains dry, the rocks appear in soothing colors during the sunset hours.
Green Point is located approximately 12 kilometers north of Rocky Harbour in Gros Morne National Park, Newfoundland and is one of the prettiest places to watch a sunset highlight the sky in yellow and pink hues. A drive-in campground with 31 sites, provides the ideal place to set up camp and enjoy the beauty of this shoreline.... continue below the picture...
The sites are unserviced but toilet facilities are available along with running water which tends to make camping more enjoyable especially with children. There is so much to explore while visiting Gros Morne National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and while at Green Point, the perfect end to a day is watching a spectacular sunset span across the rocky shoreline.
The rocky shoreline of Green Point at sunset, Gros Morne National Park, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Viking Trail, Trails to the Vikings, Highway 430, Northern Peninsula, Great Northern Peninsula, Newfoundland Labrador, Newfoundland, Canada.