Spend your time with a guide walking the historic trails (there are no roads) and engaging in the activities listed below.
Village walkabout with interpretation.
Visiting summer residents who live in restored traditional houses.
Hiking to scenic landmarks such as the lookout and the breakwater wall.
Visit the old graveyards, where you will see the resting place of some famous NL entrepreneurs of the day and evidence of the hardships or tragedies some families faced in what we often refer to as the “good old days.”
Pick wild mussels and feast on one of Atlantic Canada’s tastiest treasures.
Maybe try a kayaking session in calm waters.
Hike a 4.2 km trail through a boreal forest to our lighthouse situated over 200 feet above sea level, then enjoy a picnic with breathtaking scenery overlooking the Bay of Exploits.
In season you can participate in the recreational cod fishery and learn about the salt fish trade that was the backbone of our economy back in the day. Try your hand at splitting and salting cod in preparation for the drying process.
Evening campfires with storytelling.
what to bring
Multi-Day Camping Tours
What Is Included
- Group camping equipment, including tents, cookware, stoves, plates, bowls, cutlery and tarps for shelters
- All food and some snacks
- First aid kit
- Guides carry emergency communication equipment, such as cell phones, VHF radios and Garmin Inreach Units
What You Bring
While our summers usually provide us with favorable weather, it can sometimes bring cool and damp conditions more in line with spring.
When packing clothes, it is very important to remember that cotton garments may provide some warmth when dry but are absolutely useless when damp and are very slow drying. Leave them home and look for polyester quick drying clothing!
- Poly underwear, top and bottom
- Long sleeve shirts (2)
- Short sleeve shirt (2)
- Fleece sweater
- Quick drying pants (2) (the kind that converts to shorts are nice)
- Wool hat and gloves (in case of cool evenings)
- Lightweight rain/wind pants
- Your sleeping bag
- Sun hat
- Sun glasses
- Waterproof hiking boots or rubber boots
- Sleeping pad (Thermarest)
- Personal toiletries ( toothbrush, toothpaste, soap, etc)
- Baby wipes (valuable when conserving fresh water)
- Sun screen and lip protection
- Insect repellant
- Water bottle
- Personal medication
- Campsite sitting pad
- Flashlight with spare batteries (head lamps are excellent)
- Reading material
- Camera (waterproof case is a must)
- Multi tool (leatherman)
- Binoculars (small)
- Wine or beverage of choice (for evenings only), bagged wine packs well in a kayak
- Pillow slip