The town of Trinity, Newfoundland may seem small but it’s packed with things to do on your Newfoundland vacation. Between strolling our historic streets, trying local fare, and connecting with nature the hardest decision will be choosing between all of the great activities on hand.

Zodiac Whale Watching Tour

We’ve long said that there’s no better way to experience the whales and icebergs of Newfoundland than in a zodiac. It’s a more personal, social experience than you get on a traditional boat tour. Not to mention you get better photo ops to share with your friends on Facebook back home.

Hike the Skerwink Trail

One of the best hiking trails in Newfoundland is just a stone’s throw from Trinity. The Skerwink Trail is a 5.3km looping trail that skims the coastline near Port Rexton and Trinity East. During this moderate hike you’ll see sea stacks, sea birds, whales, caves, and arches. The scenery just doesn’t quit.

Sip a Local Beer

After your hike, stop by the newly opened Port Rexton Brewery for a pint. Their tasting room has quickly become a community favourite, and you’ll see why. The laid back atmosphere and local craft beer will have you coming back.

ATV Tour

Get our of your car and explore the ponds, creeks, and trails of the Bonavista Peninsula with us on one our our ATV tours. You just might see some moose, ducks, fox, beavers, or local birds. No tour is complete without a traditional boil up in the woods. Each tour is customizable to your interests and timetable.

Watch the Trinity Pageant

On this scenic walking tour, Rising Tide Theatre will give you a glimpse into the daily lives, traditions, and hardships of the people of Trinity in the 1700s. Wander back in time and check out the historic merchant buildings, churches, homes, and cemeteries of Trinity.

Sea Kayaking

Even if you’re a beginner, tooling around the harbour in Trinity in a sea kayak is a great way to spend a few hours. Or you want more open water sea kayaking, we can take you out into Trinity Bay to kayak among whales, icebergs, and puffins. Not only will you get up close and personal with sea life, you’ll also burn off a bit of all that delicious Newfoundland food you’ve discovered in town.

Tour a Film Set

Trinity has become a popular spot for films in the last two decades. While in Trinity, you can drop by the film sets of Random Passage, The Shipping News, and now The Grand Seduction. Take a selfie at Joe’s Place or see what life was like in an outport in the 1800s.

These are just a few things to do in Trinity. Add in visits to museums, art galleries, tracking down root cellars, and theatre and you’ll be sure to want to extend your vacation to our historic and beautiful town.

What’s going to make your Trinity bucket list?