Local Attractions

Local Walking Trail

Across the highway from Tucker's Service Station is a 2km boardwalk which goes to the coast at the site where the first settlers in St. Margaret's Bay lived during the winter months. You might also see moose and other wild life.

Ferolle Point Lighthouse

Travel approximately 12 km along the Reef's Harbour side road to the community of New Ferolle. Turn left on a gravel road which takes you to the lighthouse at Ferolle Point where you can view icebergs and whales.

50 Centuries' Cultural Society

Travel north about 12km on the Viking Trail and take a left to the community of Bird Cove. Here you can visit the museum showcasing artifacts from a local archaeological dig as well as items from our local history.

Salmon Interpretation Centre

Travel south to the town of Hawkes Bay where you can visit the Salmon Interpretation Centre and the Atlantic Salmon Fishway and Viewing Chamber. Take the John Hogan Trail, along the bank of the Torrent River, to the Torrent River Nature Park.
Regional Attractions

Iceberg & Whale Watching

90% of icebergs seen in Newfoundland & Labrador come from the glaciers of western Greenland. From May thru July and sometimes in August, you can view majestic icebergs and large whales right off of our shores and cliffs. You can't get much more excitement than that!

Annual Iceberg Festival

The Northern Peninsula has always been recognized throughout the world as Iceberg Alley so you won’t have any trouble finding Islands of Ice here! The Iceberg Festival features iceberg experts, boat tours, traditional music, nature walks and Newfoundland food & hospitality. Join us as we celebrate icebergs!

Pistolet Bay Provincial Park

Pistolet Bay Provincial Park has a diverse eco-environment with many types of plants, trees, and shrubs as well as an abundance of wildlife.

The nearby Strait of Belle Isle provides opportunities to view marine mammals and seabirds. Swimming, canoeing, and fishing. 5 km from Raleigh.

L'Anse aux Meadows Nat'l Historic Site

L'Anse aux Meadows is the earliest known European settlement in the New World. The archaeological remains at the site were declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978. Exhibits highlight the Viking lifestyle, artifacts, as well as the archaeological discovery of the site. Visitors can also explore the hiking trails to nearby bays and lakes.

Boat Tours

Destination: the scenic coastal waters off St. Anthony, Newfoundland. Iceberg Alley is famous for its bounty of icebergs, whales, dolphins and seabirds.

Come join us - you'll be glad you did. During this tour, we will captivate you with a live interpretive program on our marine wildlife and culture. Located in St. Anthony - 29 km drive from Raleigh.

Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve

Surrounded on three sides by cold waters from the Strait of Belle Isle, the peninsula of Burnt Cape has some of the most arctic conditions in Newfoundland. But it is exactly this cold climate, along with a unique landscape and calcium-rich soil, that allows northern plant species to grow here in a rich and rare variety. Located in the beautiful community of Raleigh.

Norstead Viking Village

Norstead is a non-profit organization that was created to take history out of the exhibit case and place it in the hands of visitors. Join costumed interpreters in the dim light of the Viking-style Chieftain's Hall and listen to mysterious Viking tales. Step aboard the full-scale replica of the Viking ship "Snorri".

Grenfell Historic Properties

Share in the adventures & accomplishments of Wilfred Grenfell, a highly determined doctor who contributed greatly to the heritage & ultimate success of St. Anthony. Begin your visit at the Grenfell Interpretation Center and relive an era that depicts the history of a determined people. Be sure to visit Dr. Grenfell's longtime residence (Grenfell House). Located in St. Anthony.

Located 20 km
from Labrador Ferry
& 300 km
from Deer Lake Airport