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... wonderful seascape vista after a lovely drive down from Cape Spears and Petty Harbour (no Alan Doyle but he was at the Ennis Sisters concert at Memorial U).
Q Tip: Book your picnic for July and August now.
Otherwise take your own.
We visited in Mid oct after the park had closed but we could still drive in and look around. Lots of information boards explaining the history, and it was free. We drove towards the lighthouse but eventually the road turns to gravel and is very...More
It' a 1 km or so walk to the lighthouse. Moderate hike . Once there you can hike around the point or climb down right to the water to hear the surf and see crashing on the rocks. Beautiful views. You can order a lunch...More
We went to explore here the first week of June and the Centre was closed and so was the Tea House.
It would be nice if they would accommodate the tourists who travel early in the season.
We did enjoy the drive around the archaeological...More
This was my third visit to Ferryland and I was amazed at how much progress has been made on the project.
Also visited the local Knitting Circle in the Visitor Centre - all very welcoming and learned a lot about the local area from the...More
Most people are familiar with Ferryland picnics that you can reserve in advance, pick up at the lighthouse, and enjoy while sitting on the rocks and grass. And they're good. But typically booked months ahead, which can be a problem due to the changeable weather....More
Ferryland was the southernmost point in our hybrid "East Coast route 10" day trip, which included Witless Bay, Petty Harbour and Cape Spear. We were intrigued by the name and found that the location had historical significance via Lord Baltimore. Furthermore, the road up to...More