Famous Places To Visit in Lewisporte Newfoundland and Labrador Canada
Lewisporte is a very beautiful and a small town which is situated in the Central Newfoundland Island, Canada. As per Canadian Census 2016, population of Lewisporte Newfoundland and Labrador Canada was 3,409.
Lewisporte is situated in The Burnt Bay that opens to The Bay of Exploits. Lewisporte has a water port and some of the related facilities that serve number of communities into this region.
Its international airport is on 30 minutes east drive on the Trans Canada Highway and Grand Falls-Windsor is 45-minute drive on the western side.
Places To Visit in Lewisporte Newfoundland and Labrador Canada
1. Woolfreys Pond Trail and Campground: Woolfreys Pond Trail and Campground is situated in the Town of Lewisporte having 63 Serviced Sites with around 20, 30 & 50 amp service and 20 non-serviced sites, water hook-up. This park has a sandy beach for swimming, 2.5km boardwalk perimeter of pond, comfort station and 24×7 hour security. A newly constructed movie room, games room and a playground are also available to keep children entertained.
2. Lewisporte Train Park and Hiking Trail: Lewisporte Train Park and Hiking Trail has authentic restored trains with picnic areas and walking trail. Thousand of people come to this place to spend their day with friends and family.
3. Notre Dame Provincial Park: Notre Dame Provincial Park is representative of the Central Newfoundland’s fauna and flora. A suitable stopover is also available along this Trans Canada Highway and this provincial park has number of attractions. Facilities for boating, angling and swimming are the most obvious.
4. Hann’s Point Theatre Festival: This festival offers at least 3 new shows in a year. This place offer theatre production that uses music, stories, monolgues, skits and NL plays. This place also present a lunch hour concert which offers a musical entertainment with lunch.
5. By the Bay Museum and Craft Shop: Overlooking water into the heart of Lewisporte, By the Bay Craft Shop is in the historic premises of West End School. This craft shop features souvenirs, preserves, art/prints, quilts, jewelry, knitted goods and other artisan delights.
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