Date of Stay: August, 2015 - $30.00
This was an enjoyable stay with a very private tent site. Unfortunately the ground was impossible to put tent pegs into. We had a camp fire pit and the picnic table, electricity and water. They had a nice store, and cool jumping pillow for kids. We camped at Gros Morne / Norris Point KOA in a Tent.
Park is the best place to stay when visiting Gros Morne if you need electric and water. We stayed in the two way hookup area and used the dump station as the three way sites are basically a parking lot while the two ways are wooded and more private. We camped at Gros Morne / Norris Point KOA in a Motorhome.
Convenient, spacious site in the core of the Gros Morne Park area. Great for local site seeing. The campground seems well maintained. Probably the most level site we have encountered on our trip. Subtle delination of your site with yellow rocks (we had a back-in 30A full service site). Adeuqate site with a good tree buffer behind us to separate us from sites on the other side. Friendly, helpful staff and the cleanest, most efficient laundromat we have seen on our long journey. Wi-Fi was spotty one night but generally good. A great site for exploring Gros Morne, We spent 3 mights here but needed more! We camped at Gros Morne / Norris Point KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2011 - $32.00
A dust bowl with very slow and limited Wi-Fi. Password expired 4 hours after registering and 1/2 hour after office closed for the night. Did not get Wi-Fi again until office opened in AM. Very tight sites and noisy kids. We camped at Gros Morne / Norris Point KOA in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for over a week while exploring Gros Morne and could not have found a nicer campground. Management was great, and all the services worked well. Only complaint was the dust from the roads. We would stay here again. We camped at Gros Morne / Norris Point KOA in a Motorhome.
This park was full during our stay. Check-in was quick and efficient with a reservation. Our pull-through site was plenty long to park the car behind the motorhome. Utilities worked well, as did Wi-Fi. Did not check the washrooms, so can't comment on that. This is a well-kept park with pride of ownership showing. We enjoyed our stay and would certainly choose this park again. We camped at Gros Morne / Norris Point KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $33.00
We selected this park based on the positive reviews on this site so we were surprised and disappointed to find out that the only sites they have that are suitable for a "big rig" are in an area that is nothing more than a gravel parking lot. All the more scenic or private sites are relatively small and have no electric or sewer hook ups. On the positive side the lake is beautiful, there are facilities for kids and the Wi-Fi works well - but you're still in a parking lot! We camped at Gros Morne / Norris Point KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2008 - $40.00
We stayed here for 10 days in our 36' fifth wheel. It was a typical KOA campground with their usual high standards. Very beautiful are and they get lots of caravans. Probably should have a reservation. We camped at Gros Morne / Norris Point KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
A beautiful park (Good Sam member) in the middle of the spectacular Gros Morne National Park. Our private site had evergreens and bushes on three sides and was well-groomed and graveled. Washrooms, laundry, and showers spotless. No cable TV - the norm for Newfoundland - but received CBC on the amplified antenna, and after an initial bout of crankiness, the Wi-Fi worked fine from the site.) Staff was friendly (ever meet an unfriendly Newfie?) and although we didn’t try it, they have a restaurant on site that gives campers a 10 percent discount - looked good to us. I would have given it an 8, but I reserve that rating for similarly nice CGs that invest in a pool and Cable/Sat TV. Highly recommended to all passing through the area. We camped at Gros Morne / Norris Point KOA in a Motorhome.