Bay Roberts, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
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The town of Bay Roberts, on the north shore of Conception Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador, is approximately one hour from St. John's, the provincial capital. Local businesses have easy access to more than half of the province’s population. As a result, the town is a centre for transportation and distribution, providing services for the Avalon Peninsula and surrounding areas. With about 5900 people, it is largest town on the Baccalieu Trail. Municipal Offices are located in the historic Cable Building which is both a National Historic Site and Provincial Registered Heritage Structure.
Avalon Peninsula, NL
50 mins. from St. John’s Airport
Department of Tourism
Contact Ron Delaney - Director of Development & Tourism Employment-Tourism-Criteria & Application Form Guided Tours On the Town Accommodations Town Publications Bay Roberts Radio - 88.5 FM Bay Roberts "Clean and Green" - Appliciation to Hold Private Event (Such as Wedding) at Town Sites including the Three Sisters .
Places of Interest
Shearstown Estuary in Google Earth
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Veterans Quay Marina at Royal Canadian Legion
Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #32 with its attached Veteran's Quay Marina is one of the most attractive facilities in the community. The Legion Club hosts a number of community events.
The Veterans' Quay is right in the heart of the town of Bay Roberts. It offers electrical hookups and drinking water supplies, as well as a wooden slipway or boat launch. The marina currently has 400 feet of landscaped waterfront property from the Klondyke Causeway to the boat launch, plus a 300-foot apron behind the Legion with two finger piers and a number of floating docks. Off one of the finger piers lies the visible remains of a 19th century schooner believed to be the "Hebe."
The Quay had its grand opening September 25, 1999. A percentage of the work on the $2.3 million dollar project was contributed. Eric Jerrett contributed the design work and deals were made with companies such as Newfoundland Power, NewTel Communications, Newfoundland Hydro, and Pennecon Ltd. to provide materials either free of charge or at bargain prices. The Bay Roberts History Board was contributed by the Johnson Family Foundation.
To book anchorage at the Veterans' Quay
To contact the Royal Canadian Legion Club