Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse - Gros Morne National Park
Built in 1897 this lighthouse features interpretive exhibits about the communities of the national park and how people made their living from the sea for more than 4000 years. Short paths through elfin forest lead to spectacular viewpoints over the Gulf of St. Lawrence and stairs wind down to the shore. Check out the schedule of interpreter-led activities including special events such as shed parties, tide pool explorations and Coast Guard Days.
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History exhibit/museum, viewpoints, walking trails, washrooms, picnic tables, interpretive staff, guided events, sunsets and wheelchair accessible.
+1 (709) 458 2066
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