Port Rexton Brewery
6 Ship Cove Road
Port Rexton, Newfoundland and Labrador
Call (709) 464-7807
Oh My Cheeses
Oh My Cheeses offers quality grilled cheese sandwiches made using homemade bread, locally inspired jam and cheese. We serve out of a mobile trailer located in Port Rexton. We can also be found at several markets in St. John's, such as the St. John's Farmers Market!
Random Passage Film Set
Random Passage Film set is an authentic look at a 19th Century fishing community in outport Newfoundland. The set was created for an 8 hour CBC mini-series and was based on the book of the same name.
Summer Theatre Festival
Rising Tide Theatre produce a fine range of plays and pageants that run throughout the summer. With a wide range of dramatic productions, from the classic to the new, the Festival is home to some of Newfoundland’s finest actors and dramatists.
Icedbergs pepper the seascape and arrive in bays to melt away usually between April and July. Only 1/10 of an iceberg is visible, no two are ever similar, they are immense, powerful and beautiful - the ghosts of lost Cathedrals.
Trinity Bay has no light pollution which means the conditions for star gazing are absolutely perfect
Eagles, opspreys and puffin colonies are just the begining of any ornithologists perfect opportunity to indulge in their hobby.
There are salmon rivers and licenses widely available. Trout fishing is also easily done. Tuna fishing can be arranged.
There is some fine down hill skiing 45 minutes driveaway at white Hills in Clarenville. The hill is ideal for beginners and moderate skiers wishing to perfect their technique. It is also ideal for snowboarders.
There are many winter sports, including skating, skidooing and cross country skiing that are all widely available.
The discovery trail (above) is packed with biking trails that will thrill even the toughest enthusiasts!
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.