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Shallow Bay Beach
April 92014

At Shallow Bay Beach, the water is shallow and warms up to swimming temperature in the summer. The northern more remote part of the beach is backed by high dunes, and can receive impressive waves after a storm. More Info

 

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Come and learn about Newfoundland and Labrador’s most successful salmon enhancement project. Step inside Torrent River Salmon Interpretation Center and explore the exhibits. Hear the tale of the Torrent River. Visit Website

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Windswept and awe-inspiring, the barren-looking limestone of Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve is one of the most important botanical sites on the Island of Newfoundland.

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These calcareous barrens (at Watt’s Point Ecological Reserve) are unique, supporting many species of plants not found elsewhere in Newfoundland. Many of the plant species are rare and endangered. Requires a hike from access road. Visit Website

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This site features a natural rock archway created by tidal action. The massive formation is within view of picnic sites. Day users also have access to pit toilets. This park is located just north of Gros Morne National Park on the Northern Peninsula Highway.

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  • Shallow Bay Beach

    Shallow Bay Beach

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  • Torrent River Salmon Interpretation Centre

    Torrent River Salmon Interpretation Centre

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  • Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve

    Burnt Cape Ecological Reserve

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  • Watt’s Point Ecological Reserve

    Watt’s Point Ecological Reserve

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  • Arches Provincial Park

    Arches Provincial Park

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