Bonne Bay, just along the coast from Rocky Harbor, lies at the mouth of a great gash that slices inland from the Gulf of St Lawrence framed by the severest of mountains. Most of the park's villages lie on the shore of the fjord, and it's possible to drive right round, but you have to take a long detour on Route 431, which branches off from Route 430 at Wiltondale, at the park's south entrance. Unfortunately, the ferry, which connected with Woody Point across the bay and which shortened the distance considerably, no longer runs. Minuscule Woody Point has a pleasant guesthouse, the Victorian Manor, and the small and basic Woody Point Youth Hostel. If you want to see the mountains from the water, tours of Bonne Bay are available with Bontours; boats depart from Government Wharf at Norris Point.