Welcome to our corner of Newfoundland and Labrador. Welcome to the Codroy Valley... Home of breathtaking scenery, rugged shores, rolling meadows, slow flowing rivers, warm smiles, and a meteorological wonder known simply as the Wreckhouse.
Just minutes from Port aux Basques and the Marine Atlantic Ferry, the Codroy Valley is waiting for you. Explore our scenic drive by taking either route 406 or 407 off the Trans Canada Highway. There's plenty to do and see here.
Drive out to Cape Anguille and see the lighthouse.
Play a round at the St. Andrew's Na Creige Golf Course.
Check out the Grand Codroy Wildlife Museum, complete with a live moose.
Visit the Codroy Valley Wetlands Interpretation Centre.
Go beachcombing along the many miles of coastline.
Search the forests and wetlands for rare and exotic birds (over one third of the bird species ever seen in Newfoundland have been sighted in the Codroy Valley).
Stop for tea and muffins at the Wreckhouse Haven Tea Room.
Dine at the Silver Sands Restaurant. Fish for trout or salmon.
Hike the many trails and hills overlooking the Valley.
Picnic at the Codroy Valley Provincial (Day) Park.
Chat with local fishermen as they unload their catch at the wharf.
Buy locally grown vegetables, jams or jellies (farming is the backbone of the Valley).
Be swept off your feet at the Codroy Valley Folk Festival (July 25-27, 2008).
Choose from an assortment of lodgings and accommodations as you settle down for the night.
It's all right here...