The Heritage Run Tourism Association P.O. Box 757 · Marystown, NL Canada · A0E 2M0 Tel: 709) 279-1887 ·Fax: (709) 279-5116 Email:theheritagerun@nf.aibn.com 
Newfoundland & Labrador’s Burin Peninsula
Explore Our Attractions Mariner Drive Garden Cove: Departure point for Woody Island and Placentiaman Walking Trail. Swift Current: Antique car museum. Sandy Harbour: “Feeling Erratic” Interpretive Viewpark. Terrenceville: Waterfall. St. Bernard’s:  Viewing area. Little Bay East: Ragged Point Lighthouse (challenging walk.) Bay L’Argent: Ferry to the isolated community of Rencontre East/Pools Cove. Little Harbour East: Indian Head rock formation in cliff and “tree growing out of a sea stack.” Petite Forte: Long Island Lighthouse peak and Minke whale bones at entrance to community; ferry to the isolated community of South East Bight and Paradise hiking trail. Boat Harbour: Placentia West Economuseum, Paddle House, “Uprooted” Interpretive Viewpark, Powder Horn Trail. Rushoon: CPR Memorial Garden and Corey Kenway Memorial Trail. Baine Harbour: Marina. Spanish Room: Ring-billed gull colony. Mooring Cove: Mortier Bay Lookout. Marystown: Visitor Information Centre, Marystown Heritage Museum and Harbourside Park, Mary Mount Statue, Recreation Complex. Click HERE to read more on Mariner Drive Captain Cook Drive Beau Bois: Beau Bois Museum and Heritage Park. Little Bay: Heritage Centre. (note: Jerome Walsh’s Museum is closed for renovations – reopening TBD) Winterland: Eco Museum Trail, Living History Farmhouse and Golden Sands beach/swimming. Lewin's Cove: Swimming Little Salmonier (rte. 221): Mina Swim Monument/viewing area. Burin: Captain Cook Lookout, Man o' War Hill trail, Oldest Colony Trust and Boardwalk, Heritage Museums, and Poor’s Poets Poetry Hill. Port aux Bras: Tidal Wave monument and viewing area. Mortier/Fox Cove: Duricle Pond Park and Tide’s Point Lighthouse. Click HERE to read more on Captain Cook Drive Captain Clarke Drive St. Lawrence: “Dig a Little Deeper” Interpretive Viewpark near Little St. Lawrence, Miner’s Museum, Fluorspar crafts/jewelry, Cape Chapeau Rouge Viewpark, Echoes of Valour Monument, “Courage” Tsunami site, umbrella tree, Chamber Cove site/trail, Wind farm. Lawn: Lawn Heritage Museum, “Hope” Tsunami site, Lawn Bay Ecological Reserve and Memorial Trail of Heroes. Lord's Cove: Manx Shear Water Seabird Colony and “Loss” Tsunami site. Taylor’s Bay: “Vulnerability” Tsunami site. Point aux Gaul: “Faith” Tsunami site. Allan's Island: Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto and Allan's Island lighthouse. Lamaline: Lamaline Heritage Museum and “Humanity & Resilience” Tsunami site. Point May: Point Crewe Heritage Park, “Al Capone was Here” Interpretive Viewpark and lookout for the French Islands of Saint Pierre et Miquelon.   Click HERE to read more on Captain Clarke Drive French Island Drive Fortune: Ferry to St. Pierre et Miquelon - France's only territory in North America, Fortune Head Ecological Reserve and Geology Centre, George and Mary Lake House, Horsebrook Trail, Fishing Sheds and Marina. Grand Bank: George C. Harris House and Provincial Mariners Memorial, Provincial Seamen’s Museum, Grand Bank Regional Theatre and “Patchwork” Art Exhibit, Heritage Walk, Queen Anne and Saddle Style architecture, Bait Depot, Nature and Marine Hiking Trails. Frenchman's Cove: “Living on the Edge” Interpretive Viewpark, 9-hole golf course and Provincial Park. Garnish: Lighthouse, Point Rosie ATV and Long Ridge trails. Click HERE to read more on French Island Drive
©2016 Heritage Run Tourism Association · All Rights Reserved
Newfoundland & Labrador’s Burin Peninsula
Explore Our Attractions Mariner Drive Garden Cove: Departure point for Woody Island and Placentiaman Walking Trail. Swift Current: Antique car museum. Sandy Harbour: “Feeling Erratic” Interpretive Viewpark. Terrenceville: Waterfall. St. Bernard’s:  Viewing area. Little Bay East: Ragged Point Lighthouse (challenging walk.) Bay L’Argent: Ferry to the isolated community of Rencontre East/Pools Cove. Little Harbour East: Indian Head rock formation in cliff and “tree growing out of a sea stack.” Petite Forte: Long Island Lighthouse peak and Minke whale bones at entrance to community; ferry to the isolated community of South East Bight and Paradise hiking trail. Boat Harbour: Placentia West Economuseum, Paddle House, “Uprooted” Interpretive Viewpark, Powder Horn Trail. Rushoon: CPR Memorial Garden and Corey Kenway Memorial Trail. Baine Harbour: Marina. Spanish Room: Ring-billed gull colony. Mooring Cove: Mortier Bay Lookout. Marystown: Visitor Information Centre, Marystown Heritage Museum and Harbourside Park, Mary Mount Statue, Recreation Complex. Click HERE to read more on Mariner Drive Captain Cook Drive Beau Bois: Beau Bois Museum and Heritage Park. Little Bay: Heritage Centre. (note: Jerome Walsh’s Museum is closed for renovations – reopening TBD) Winterland: Eco Museum Trail, Living History Farmhouse and Golden Sands beach/swimming. Lewin's Cove: Swimming Little Salmonier (rte. 221): Mina Swim Monument/viewing area. Burin: Captain Cook Lookout, Man o' War Hill trail, Oldest Colony Trust and Boardwalk, Heritage Museums, and Poor’s Poets Poetry Hill. Port aux Bras: Tidal Wave monument and viewing area. Mortier/Fox Cove: Duricle Pond Park and Tide’s Point Lighthouse. Click HERE to read more on Captain Cook Drive Captain Clarke Drive St. Lawrence: “Dig a Little Deeper” Interpretive Viewpark near Little St. Lawrence, Miner’s Museum, Fluorspar crafts/jewelry, Cape Chapeau Rouge Viewpark, Echoes of Valour Monument, “Courage” Tsunami site, umbrella tree, Chamber Cove site/trail, Wind farm. Lawn: Lawn Heritage Museum, “Hope” Tsunami site, Lawn Bay Ecological Reserve and Memorial Trail of Heroes. Lord's Cove: Manx Shear Water Seabird Colony and “Loss” Tsunami site. Taylor’s Bay: “Vulnerability” Tsunami site. Point aux Gaul: “Faith” Tsunami site. Allan's Island: Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto and Allan's Island lighthouse. Lamaline: Lamaline Heritage Museum and “Humanity & Resilience” Tsunami site. Point May: Point Crewe Heritage Park, “Al Capone was Here” Interpretive Viewpark and lookout for the French Islands of Saint Pierre et Miquelon.   Click HERE to read more on Captain Clarke Drive French Island Drive Fortune: Ferry to St. Pierre et Miquelon - France's only territory in North America, Fortune Head Ecological Reserve and Geology Centre, George and Mary Lake House, Horsebrook Trail, Fishing Sheds and Marina. Grand Bank: George C. Harris House and Provincial Mariners Memorial, Provincial Seamen’s Museum, Grand Bank Regional Theatre and “Patchwork” Art Exhibit, Heritage Walk, Queen Anne and Saddle Style architecture, Bait Depot, Nature and Marine Hiking Trails. Frenchman's Cove: “Living on the Edge” Interpretive Viewpark, 9-hole golf course and Provincial Park. Garnish: Lighthouse, Point Rosie ATV and Long Ridge trails. Click HERE to read more on French Island Drive
©2016 Heritage Run Tourism Association · All Rights Reserved