Sites & Attractions
Lester Burry Memorial Park (Water Front) (larger version)
Lester Burry Memorial Park
Also referred to as the Waterfront area, Lester Burry Memorial Park is a section of North West River that has seen a flurry of activity in the last few years, especially during 2004. The Labrador Heritage Society has been developing this area to bring it back to its former glory.

Here you will find the Trapper's Monument, an outdoor stage, and a board walk which will take you along the river front.

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Sunday Hill Park (larger version)
Sunday Hill Park
You don't have to leave town to enjoy the Labrador scenery. There are several marked walking trails winding in and around North West River, perfect for a warm summer's day hike. You can view local landmarks, historic buildings, learn a bit of the local flora and fauna as well as some of the town's history. Or you can just take in the breathtaking views. e.g.. the view from Sunday Hill Park, where you can see Lake Melville, Grand Lake, Mokami Mountain, and the Mealy Mountain Range, in one panoramic view.
Sunrise at NWR beach Photo by C.J. Michelin (larger version)
North West River Beach
Enjoy the sun, sand and water on our beautiful beach. This is the greatest attraction in the Lake Melville area.

The kids will love playing in the sand and the warm, shallow waters.

Take the perfect day trip - North West River Beach!
Tranquility Trail
Take a leisure walk or brisk hike on the Tranquility Trail while enjoying all the sights and sounds of nature.

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