The Skerwink Trail is an Award-Winning 5.3 km enhanced hiking path that circles Skerwink head, near Port Rexton and Trinity East, Newfoundland and Labrador. It is a beautiful place to experience our coastal landscape, and view the vast blue waters of Trinity Bay.
Only a few footsteps from your suite, Port Rexton Brewing Company is proud and excited to be able to bring a variety of styles, including seasonal and experimental varieties, of craft beer to rural Newfoundland.
Just a 10 minute drive from Port Rexton you can enjoy the historic town of Trinity. Make sure to drop by the Visitors Centre to purchase your ticket and visit the seven historic sites in town.
Constructed in 2000 for the filming of the international TV mini-series “Random Passage” the site today provides the opportunity to step back in time to learn about the obstacles and opportunities our forebears faced during early settlement.
Since 1978, Rising Tide Theatre has been an innovator and leader in the cultural life of Newfoundland & Labrador. Under the guidance of Artistic Director Donna Butt, Rising Tide has been the genesis of a repertoire of original stories and drama
Bruce Miller is your guide and skipper. A fisherman born in Kerley's Harbour with tales of the life of these resettled communities. Depart from New Bonaventure to the enchanting and long-abandoned communities of Kerley's Harbour and Ireland's Eye.
You will experience the 500 year history of Trinity during the 15 stops we make during the leisurely two and a half hour stroll along Trinity's paths and lanes. Through stories, historic photos, audio recordings of burials, shipwrecks, and disasters.
Whale watching is one of the most exciting activities you may ever experience but beware – you may get ‘hooked’ for life! You will be amazed by these “gentle giants” as we watch them feed, play and migrate through our study area around the Bonavista peninsula
Robert Bartlett is your skipper. A native Newfoundlander, his love of the sea and of Newfoundland history drew him to the Trinity Bay area where he has chosen to live. He has over 25 years of sea experience and is fully certified in boat and tour operations.
Our guests relive the sensations of the early explorers who arrived in Trinity Bay by sail, 500 years ago. Sightings of humpback, finback and minke whales are quite common all summer long. Icebergs drift past our shores in late spring and early summer.
English Harbour Arts Centre is housed in the former All Saints Anglican Church, located in English Harbour just a short drive from Port Rexton. Programming comprises arts / crafts and workshops for all ages, creative retreats for professional artists / writers, and cultural events such musical performances.
Lockston Path Provincial Park is located approximately 6 kilometres from Port Rexton on highway route 236. Comprising 733 hectares, this park was first opened to the public in 1966. Since then, the park has been upgraded to include a comfort station with modern washrooms, hot showers and laundry facilities.
A trip through the Discovery Trail provides a unique opportunity to hike our coastal trail system. The sea cliffs and barrens around the Bonavista Peninsula will give hikers an experience you will never forget. Whether you're spending a day or a week there is something for everyone.
Cultural Craft is a local partnership committed to providing signature craft products at our tourist sites that support the storyline and history experienced on the Bonavista Peninsula.
Something for all ages. Interpretation on local species. Beautiful touch tanks. Boardwalk access to the beach. Picnic tables onsite. Gift Shop and Concession items available for purchase.
Ideally situated in the heart of the Bonavista Peninsula, our resort makes a perfect hub from which to base your vacation. Each hole of this course offers its own unique natural beauty. Sculpted from the rocky hillside and contoured to match its surroundings.