Woody Point is named after a point of land jutting into Bonne Bay, that becomes a sheltered deep-water anchorage. Woody Point is in the midst of Gros Morne National Park and includes Curzon village, Muddy Brook and Winterhouse Brook.

In the late 19th and 20th centuries, Woody Point's harbour, customs house, post office, businesses, and courthouse made for a town with a bustling centre of activity. Sadly in 1922 In 1922, Woody Point had a devastating that destroyed 58 buildings. There are still four Registered Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Structures.

The key activity in Woody Point, due to Gros Morne National Park, is hiking, which can be undertaken with our without a guide. For example, the guided Tablelands Hike is a must for those with an interest in geology, including plate collisions and the impact of the ice age.

Woody Point Newfoundland accommodations include bed and breakfasts, motels and campgrounds.

Aunt Jane's Place Bed & Breakfast
P.O. Box 165
Victorian Manor Efficiency Units & Heritage House
16 Water Street P.O. Box 165
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