You can enjoy the Codroy Valley all year round - there’s simply so much to do. From snowmobiling during the winter and whalewatching in the spring to golfing in the summer and
hunting in the fall, it’s all right here. Cross-country skiers can take advantage of the many trails and miles of open country. Birdwatchers can spot rare and exotic birds throughout the year.
Golfers can sharpen their skills at St. Andrew’s Na Creige Golf Course beneath the majestic Table Lands. Salmon fishers can try their luck on world-class salmon rivers while hikers roam the
hills and meadows. This is a photographer’s dream, a place both inviting and wild, where birds flock to the wetlands and moose wander the backcountry.
The Codroy Valley is a truly unique place. It is here that the largest variety of birds on the island can be seen. ... more birdwatching
With spectacular panoramic views of the Long Range Mountains and Little Codroy River from every hole, the St. Andrew’s Na Creige Golf Course is a wonderful place to spend the day. Test
yourself on this 9-hole, par 35 course located just 20 minutes from Port aux Basques and the Marine Atlantic Ferry Terminal. ... St. Andrew’s Na Creige Golf Course
Both the Grand Codroy and Little Codroy are scheduled salmon rivers. Try your luck in the hopes that these crystal waters will give up their coveted prize - the Atlantic Salmon. Other streams,
brooks, creeks and ponds are home to brook and mud trout.
Hikers can take advantage of numerous trails throughout the Codroy Valley. The Star-Lite Trail is perhaps the most popular, allowing access to the steep mountains which rise from the sea to
heights ranging 1500 to 2100 feet. The trail itself is clearly marked. ...more from summitpost.org
This is a great place to spend the day, strolling the beach, watching the waves crash into the rocky shores, keeping an eye open for whales. You can even spend the night at the restored inn.
Cape Anguille is the most westerly point on the island of Newfoundland. ... Linkum Tours
Stomp your feet and have a downhome good time at the annual Codroy Valley Folk Festival. This entertainment filled event takes place on the last weekend of July and is guaranteed to
make you want to come back year after year. It is a celebration of what the valley is all about - hardworking folk who like to have a good time at the end of a long week, and who like to share
their talent, culture and hospitality with anyone who will join them.
The above activities are by no means the limit of what you can do in the Codroy Valley. Adventure is around every corner. Swimming, biking, sightseeing, snowmobiling, boating, and photography are just some of the other things that the valley has to offer, not to mention its history, culture, farmers markets, sunsets... The list goes on and on. Remember, it’s all right here.