Osprey Trail

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Though the shortest driving route in our region at just 28 kilometers, the Osprey Trail packs a punch. The Osprey Trail is the isthmus connecting the Avalon Peninsula with the rest of the island and all 28 kilometers is a photo op, hike, and treasure just waiting to happen. A outdoor enthusiasts dream, this part of the region is home to some of the best bird watching in the province and has hikes for just about every skill set. The Osprey Trail is centrally located in our region making it accessible from just about anywhere.

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Killick Inn & Suites

Town of Arnold's Cove

Killick Inn & Suites

Ocean-view suites tucked away in a scenic coastal town halfway between St. John's and Bonavista Peninsula. Conveniently located to explore the region. An active fishing town, working marina, fishing stages. Chat with local fishermen, buy local seafood and cook in your own suite. Hike coastal trails, enjoy beach-combing, watch seabirds, eagles, and songbirds. Take the Resettlement Walk along streets lined with houses floated from surrounding abandoned communities, visit resettled Drake House.


T: +1 (709) 693 6548

T: +1 (709) 682 6548

E: [email protected]


www.thekillickinthecove.com 

Town of Arnold's Cove

Being deemed The gateway to Placentia Bay in terms of shipping and refining, the fishing industry and boat charters or for just revisiting the resettled communities of Placentia Bay. We are a proud people with a unique heritage and a rich culture. We are an active prosperous growing community of 1000 strategically located on the Isthmus of the Avalon Peninsula.


T: (709) 463-2323

E: [email protected]


www.townofarnoldscove.ca

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