Newfoundland and Labrador is as large as Japan and more than three times the size of the Maritime Provinces. With the land ranging from barren rock to lush farmland to forest to fjord, you'll have plenty to discover. Here you'll find hundreds of towns and thousands of guts, coves, and bays. And every little place comes with its own delightful charm, colourful personality, and collection of characters. From outdoor adventures to watching wildlife to soaking up a bit of culture, you’ll never find yourself twiddling your thumbs – unless of course, you want to, which is perfectly fine by us.
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Clarenville is a thriving community located on the East Coast of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is nestled in the beautiful Shoal Harbour River Valley, between rolling hills and an arm of the Atlantic Ocean, called Random Sound.
Source: The Town of Clarenville
The seaport town of Lewisporte is situated at the head of Burnt Bay in the Notre Dame Bay in a well-protected harbour. Settlers first arrived in Lewisporte, previously named Burnt Bay and Marshville, in 1887 and engaged in the prosperous fishing, logging, and ship building industries. Lewisporte and its surrounding area contain a number of wonderful hiking trails, these range from the fully built Woolfrey's pond boardwalk, to the natural views of several lookouts along the coast.
Source: Town of Lewisporte
The town of Rocky Harbour is located in the heart of Gros Morne National Park. Make the town your central location when you visit the Province of Newfoundland. Rocky Harbour is the largest community in Gros Morne National Park and is centrally located for touring our World Heritage Site. While the history has been closely linked with fishing and the woods industry, Rocky Harbour has grown into a tourism community.
Source: Town of Rocky Harbour
St. John's, our province's capital, is the perfect combination of big-city luxury and small-town charm. As the oldest and most easterly city in North America, this is where heritage lives. Melded with culture, history, and personality, St. John's has survived two World Wars, five centuries, countless hardships and triumphs. It's become a rare, old city full of character, experience and charisma, with a contemporary, sophisticated edge.
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Stephenville is located on the west coast of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Stephenville is surrounded by the ocean, lakes, rivers, forests and mountains that exemplify the best of the Newfoundland outdoors. The climate is conducive of a lifestyle that includes outdoor activities. The town of Stephenville is a starting point for a number of scenic drives. Harry's River, Fox Island River, Southwest Brook and Barachois Brook flow out of the mountains near Stephenville. All offer excellent kayaking, canoeing and salmon fishing.
Source: Town of Stephenville