Burnt Berry


Experience the coastal Newfoundland advantage by enjoying a host of outdoor activities and new thrills that come with every changing season.

We have a moderate, comfortable climate, the clean air alone will be enough to make the experience enjoyable.


Indian Falls


Anglers Guide

NL Hunting

Green Bay Hiking Trails

NL Snowmobile Federation

Iceberg Finder

Regional Weather


Pinnacle Iceberg


With several licensed salmon rivers just minutes away in addition to countless streams and ponds with excellent trout fishing you will be in an anglers paradise. Ocean fishing for cod and mackeral are especially popular in the regions bays. An ideal location for salmon sea run trout, brookies and cod is in West Bottom, Halls Bay just 3km east on the highway.


There are three big game animals in Nfld. including Moose which are very common and North Americas largest Black Bears providing hunters with excellent gaming opportunities. Caribou are also hunted nearby on the Topsail Barrens. Local outfitters provide transportation to remote lodges with excellent accomodations and expert local guides.


The region as nine national standard walking and hiking trails along with community trails that offer enough variety and range of difficulty to interest or challenge any hiker. Trails lead to historic sites, natural areas and scenic lookouts.

Winter Sports

A province wide network of groomed snowmobile trails runs through the area, no trailering required. Cross country skiing and snowshoeing through unspoiled forests are a low impact way to enjoy the regions natural beauty.


Kona Beach near South Brook provides, camping and RV sites and sandy beaches for sunning and swimming. Goodyears Cove RV Park is also in the immediate area. Anglers will enjoy the convenience of Indian Falls RV & Camping Park in Springdale. The Hazelnut Trail at Crescent lake on Route 380 is also a park with camping facilities.


Burnt Berry Pond leading into a chain of brook steadies is ideal for exploring in a canoe. For the more adventurous sea kayaker, dramatic ocean vistas and roiling surf greet you with countless miles to explore along the headlands fronting the quieter protected arms of the sea stretching inland. A popular local past time is boating to abandoned settlements to picnic on the beach.

Sight Seeing

10,000 year old Icebergs calved from Greenland glaciers make the ocean wide journey to land on our shores in spring and early summer. Iceberg viewing was phenomenal this year due to the arrival of the Petermans Ice Island that kept the bays choked with mammoth bergs into the fall season.

Whales follow bait fish into the bays and are especially common when capelin roll on the beaches in late spring. Our most common whales are Humpbacks, Minkes, Belugas and Fins. In autumn large numbers of Atlantic White-sided dolphins can be seen leaping from the water.

There are several boat tours available to provide you with a memorable day on the water including Green Bay Ventures based at Burnt Berry Motel.

A ferry ride to Little Bay Islands or Long Island will give you an opportunity to learn about the traditional outport lifestyle. Long Island also as an hiking trail that leads to an historic Beothuck Indian cave site.


The regions history is encapsulated in a number of museum displays. You will be impressed with the fully reconstructed skeltons of Humpback and Sperm Whales found in two new intrepretation centers located in Kings Point and Triton. Many towns in the area have their own museums that are open seasonally.

whale pavillion

Humpback Whale Pavillion

Site Design / Photography: © Dave Tilley