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St. John's: St. John's is the capital city of Newfoundland and Labrador, and is one of the oldest European settlements in North America. It has had an eclectic history, from summer fishing station to brawling, colonial seaport to a modern commercial and communications hub. By day, visitors can easily explore world renowned Provincial and National Historic Sites, cultural centres and hike urban and costal nature trails. In the evenings, enticing aromas and lively music drift through the streets renowned for their exciting nightlife

Corner Brook: Corner Brook is situated on the Bay of Islands, along the southern shore. The Corner Brook / Bay of Islands / Humber Valley region is one of eastern Canada's top four season vacation destinations and offers a wide variety of experiences from relaxing scenic drives to high adventure in the wilds of the backcountry!

Rocky Harbour: Rocky Harbour is located on the west coast of Newfoundland in the heart of Gros Morne National Park. Because of it's central location in Gros Morne National Park, you can use Rocky Harbour as your home base as you take the many cultural and scenic attraction which Gros Morne has to offer.

Trinity: Trinity charms visitors on at least two accounts. Many newcomers are struck by the natural beauty of the area, a magnificent harbour and the splendid maritime setting. Others are touched by a powerful sense of history and the pride of place instilled by the cultural landscape. Trinity is a community whose personality has been largely shaped by the sea. The harbour has been proclaimed as one of the best in Newfoundland, even one of the finest in the world

Twillingate: Twillingate is a town situated on two neighbouring islands in northern Newfoundland. Its name comes from the French word "Toulinquet" which was given to the islands by French fishermen, who named them after a group of islands off the French coast, near Brest, also called Toulinquet. Twillingate is at the mouth of the Exploits River where it flows into Notre Dame Bay. The islands provided an excellent sheltered harbour and easy access to the rich fishing grounds nearby. In recent years a causeway has been built connecting it to the mainland via New World Island

Selected properties in Newfoundland...

Todays featured Botwood, Newfoundland Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Bluejay Bed and Breakfast


Todays featured Gander, Newfoundland Campsite / RV Park:

Square Pond Friends & Family RV Park

Located 20 minutes East of Gander.


Todays featured Baie Verte, Newfoundland Motel:

Dorset Country Inn


Todays featured Gander, Newfoundland Hotel:

Quality Hotel & Suites Gander

The non-smoking Quality Hotel and Suites hotel in in Gander, Newfoundland near Legends Lounge gives you more value for your hard-earned money. We are located off the Trans Canada Highway near the tourist chalet, shopping, hospitals, golf courses, ATV/snowmobile trails, playgrounds and Cobbs Pond Rotary Park, Gander Aviation Museum and Silent Witness Memorial. We offer six meeting rooms, a .....


Todays featured Corner Brook, Newfoundland Motel:

Humber Haven Motel


Todays featured Barachois Pond, Newfoundland Campsite / RV Park:

Barachois Pond Provincial Park Western Region

The largest and one of the most popular parks in the system. The large lake is the setting for swimming, boating, angling and water skiing. The park Interpreter conducts guided walks, amphitheatre, campfire and nature craft programs.


Todays featured Sunnyside, Newfoundland Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

Salt Water Joys


Todays featured Bellevue Beach, Newfoundland Campsite / RV Park:

Bellevue Beach Campground

A mature Oceanside campground, boarding on Broad Lake and Trinity Bay. Excellent Beach, walking and wildlife watching. We have 110 serviced sites with water and electrical and 10 tent sites. We have a variety of secluded or group sites, as well as beachside, ocean view, and forested.


Todays featured Chance Cove, Newfoundland Campsite / RV Park:

Chance Cove Provincial Park Avalon Region

There are no designated campsites. The camping area was once the site of an old setlement. Bay seals can often be seen near the pebble beach and birdwatchers will not be disappointed when they visit this area.


Todays featured Heart's Delight, Newfoundland Bed and Breakfast / Gite:

The Beacon Bed & Breakfast


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