There’s just too much to see and do in the Codroy Valley to simply drive past. So stop, take either route 406 or 407 off the Trans Canada Highway, and explore this amazing corner of Newfoundland Labrador.
Here you can get all sorts of information on the local wetlands and estuary, along with the history of the area. The wetlands are a bird-watcher’s paradise, with rare and exotic birds spotted daily.
Meet a real, live moose named Charlie. This is a newly developed nature park with live animals. Also, there are over 300 exhibits of wildlife displayed in natural settings. This is the largest animal display of its kind in Newfoundland.
Located near Searston, this Day Park has a scenic beach at the mouth of the Grand Codroy River. What a great place for a picnic, a day with the family, or a leisurely stroll.
This is a restored lighthouse and a beautiful location for seaside strolls, history, bird-watching, sunsets, whale sightings and hiking.