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Clarenville is simply the best location from which to explore the Discovery Trail region. It is centrally located and within a short leisurely drive from all corners, attractions, historic sites and communities within this infamous region.

The Discovery Trail is a panorama of scenery, historic sites, coastal towns and villages, and natural wonders. There is plenty to do and see with interpretative and historic sites, museums, craft shops, and historical pageantries. Opportunities to experience nature include whale watching, bird watching, and berg-chasing. It has become the fastest growing destination in Newfoundland & Labrador, attracting tens of thousands of visitors each year.

One of the area’s best kept secrets is Random Island - Newfoundland’s largest coastal Island. At approximately 40km in length, and 15 km at its widest point, Random Island is home to approximately 1200 people, living in 11 communities.

There are several other communities accessible only by boat, that are now abandoned except for cottages and fishing cabins. The glacial fjords that surround the island make for a boater’s and kayaker’s paradise with sheltered calm waters, secluded coves and beaches. Eagles, osprey and seabirds fill the air, while whales, seals, porpoises and other sea life fill the sparkling waters.