Port Rexton

Our longest stay in Newfoundland is in Port Rexton, on the Bonavista Peninsula. Close by are the historic town of Trinity with an excellent local theater, Port Union, the only union-built town in North America, shale formations with Ediacaran fossils, bays with dolphins and whales, great walks along seaside cliffs and through forests, freshwater ponds, sea birds, and more.

The pictures below are just to give an impression of the community itself, most of them taken on a walk to the nearby coffee shop.

2 thoughts on “Port Rexton

  1. I just want to say that I’m loving this tour of Newfoundland. I didn’t know much about the place beforehand so I am really discovering it through your posts.
    Thank you!

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  2. I was having a deja vu trip with flashbacks to Ireland but when I saw the Loyal Orange Lodge it really threw me for a loop. They even brought that with them, them Prods. Wow.
    Great posting.

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