New Harbour, Hopeall
to Trinity Bay
East Coast Emu & Ostrich Farm
Harbour has a long and interesting past. Artifacts have been
discovered linking New Harbour to the Dorset Eskimos, Archaic
Indians, and Beothuk Indians.
Cove is a site of the Maritime Archaic Indians from 4000
to 5000 years ago. Artifacts are displayed at the Sealing and
Whaling Museum in South Dildo, and the
Interpretation Centre in Dildo.
Cove, Maritime Archaic Indian Site
Photo: Baccalieu Trail Heritage Corporation
East Coast Emu & Ostrich Farm is an interesting place to visit.
Newfoundland Pony Sanctuary
Rainbow Trout Farm - Fish Out Pond
Crout's Way - Walking Tail
which forms a semicircle around the bottom of Hopeall Bay, offers
a variety of attractions. The challenging Crout's Way Hiking
Trial, which begins in Makinsons,
ends in Hopeall. (The trail follows a path built by John Guy's
Cupids colonists attempting to make contact with the Beothuks.)
Harbour - Photo: Lisa Piercey
of the favourite attractions is the Rainbow
Trout Farm, which offers rainbow trouting in a fish-out
Newfoundland Pony Sanctuary provides an opportunity to admire
the animal that has long been a proud part of Newfoundland's culture
and history. Over three centuries the Pony has developed so that
it is perfectly suited to the rough Newfoundland environment.