The Plum Point Motel offers 40 guest rooms and 18 fully equipped cottages. Their restaurant specializes in seafood and they have a pub and can
The Woody Point Writer’s Festival and the Theatre brings a focus to art and culture to this Town of under 300 people. There are many
The Lookout Trail begins at the Park’s Canada Discovery Centre. It’s a 5.8 KM return trail with a loop at the top. You get impressive
When in Woody Point enjoy a walk down by the lighthouse and enjoy the views across Bonne Bay and see a little of Norris Point.
My mother found a beautiful heart shaped rock at the beach on the Green Gardens Trail. It spoke to how we felt about this place.
Trout River is beyond a breathtaking fishing village with an abundance of hiking trails, nature, a beautiful beach and sunsets that make any day complete.
At the end of Main Street in Trout River is the Eastern Point Trail. After a pretty full day of hiking we opted to trek
We’re not talking the coveted Monopoly space of Boardwalk paired with Park Place, but prime real estate of Trout River. The views are just stunning
Trout River has an abundance of walking and hiking trails. A local favourite is the steps up the hill to a rock known as the
Woody Point has a resident population of under 300, that swells to tens of thousands of visitors during the tourism season. They have fantastic businesses
The Southeast Brook Falls are just a few hundred metres from the highway pull-off on Route 430 (Viking Trail) in Gros Morne National Park. One
At the waterfront in Norris Point near the Bonne Bay Marine Station and Cat Stop Pub you can take the Burnt Hill Walking Trail, which
The lobster crates are stacked at wharf side, waiting for the season to begin to drop them in the water and bring home a catch
Welcome to James Humber Trail. It starts at Jennieux House Museum in Norris Point and takes you to Wild Cove! You can check out Pearl’s
The Photographer’s Lookout welcomes you to Norris Point. The pull-off offers stunning views of Bonne Bay and the community below. ￼ You can visit the
The Riverside Drive Extension is where you can find the parking area to begin a section of the International Appalachian Trail that is known as
I remember the concerts in Prince Edward Park. Now the Bowl like area that hosted the bands and crowds there is now a pump track
The primary use of this multi-use trail in the City of Corner Brook is mountain biking. It’s a fantastic network. We started at Margaret Bowater
This 1.8 KM loop trail is off Route 430 (Viking Trail) near Rocky Harbour. The first 350 m is wheelchair accessible and offers views of
Reflections on water create a mirror image of the cloud-filled sky. The mountains are turned upside down as you Star across the bay at Stanleyville
The Shoreline Heritage Walk on Bay Roberts can also be accessed from Water Street by turning on Crane’s Hill and parking. You can walk the
The Shoreline Heritage Walk begins at the Mad Rock Cafe. You can walk to an old gravesite, see rock walls, root cellars and former foundations
A fresh powder of snow had blanketed Butter Pot Park. The trail heads are located in the park for Pegwood Pond and Butter Pot Hill.
The Brigus Head Path is a 6.4 KM one way route from Brigus South to Admiral’s Cove. An ATV trail over the hill at the
Cupids is known as the oldest English settlement in Canada, settled in 1610 when John Guy and his company settled in the community. I recommend
The community of Cupids stakes claim to being Canada’s oldest English settlement. John Guy, a British merchant from Bristol, England and thirty-nine Planters came in
I felt like I was walking in some made up land when walking the Northern Point Walking Trail in Heart’s Delight-Islington. The beginning was quite
The Town of Heart’s Delight-Islington has a couple of beautiful trails, both the Western and Northern Point Walking Trail. The Western Point Walking Trail is
Jimmy Rowe’s Pond is a 2.1 KM loop in Whiteway. An easy leisure walk that is great for families and surely a regular route for
Explore the Goat Shore in Harbour Main. Another amazing trail is to the lighthouse. A 4 KM return awaits you from the parking area off