Shallow Bay Beach, Gros Morne National Park

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Beach · Nature / Park
Take a long walk gathering shells and driftwood at Shallow Bay Beach, one of the longest sandy beaches in Newfoundland. In the summer, the shallow water remains warm enough for swimming, and in the fall, the northern part of the beach attracts hundreds of migrating shorebirds offering great photo opportunities. The high dunes behind the beach serve as their nesting grounds, and two boardwalks allow you to explore the dunes without disturbing the environment. Amenities include a beach pavilion with a restroom and changing room, as well as a picnic area. Arrange to visit Shallow Bay Beach and other attractions in Gros Morne National Park using our Gros Morne National Park trip planner.
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  • There is a playground just off the beach. the beach is spotless, and the national park is building new bathrooms on the site. Mean for flying kites and paddling in the waves. This is my version of...  more »
  • Very sandy beach, very clean, could see that there are a lot of things for families to do there with small children. Very short drive from where we were staying.  more »

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