Visit the most Eastern point in all of North America, St. John’s. You’ve made it to the gateway to the Atlantic Ocean. The home of friendly people, fresh seafood, and plenty of Canadian History. It’s a bit of a trek to make it out here, but we think you’ll find it more than worth it.
Campgrounds • Places to Eat • Things to Do
St. John’s Campgrounds
- Full and semi service sites
- Store, 24 hour laundry
- Hiking, golfing, park events
- Option of pull-through lots
- Water hookups for all sites
- Hiking, fire pits, playground coming soon
- Full service sites
- Coin-operated laundy
- Paddleboats, geocaching, themed events
Food and Drink
Bars, Pubs, and Distilleries
A maritime staple, Gahan has six locations throughout Canada’s Eastern provinces. Serving crisp varieties of beer with a full day of menus and snacks. Gluten free? Vegan? They have you covered.
Landwash’s bright tap hall is the place to relax and refuel. Not only do they serve their range of nine core brews, but they have cider, wine, spirits from The Newfoundland Distillery, and non-alcoholic beverages. For nibbles, they offer food from the Saucy Mouth Food Truck.
Looking for an adventure for your taste buds? Qui Vidi has one of the most diverse and unique ranges of craft beers we’ve seen. From the Imperial Bakeapple Gose to the Strawberry Kiwi Sour, and the Folk’d Up Pale Ale, arrange a designated driver because you’ll want to try them all!
With a nice-sized variety named after St. John’s history, you’ll get a chuckle as you sip on a pint of Berry Fairies, Roaring Forties, Original Sin, or the Farmer’s Riot. Want to know more about the story behind the name? Ask a brew master!
Baked Goods and Cafes
Enjoy a rich coffee and sweet treat while surrounded by flowers. The Pantry provides little munchies including a waffle of the day.
Visit the Hungry Heart when you’ve got that hunger for something homemade and delicious. They have lunch every day that they’re open, and brunch on Saturday. In a hurry? Take one of their scones, cookies, or cinnamon buns to bake on the road.
Feel like a fisherman just off the boat, looking for a satisfying meal. The Merchant Tavern honors the maritime menu with fruits of the sea as well as some home-cooked classics.
You can’t go wrong with a classic. Ches ups the ante with their option of chicken, scallops, shrimp, poutine, and burgers to go with the already mouthwatering duo of battered cod and crispy fries.
Elevated dining without the elevated price tag. Save this stop for a nice evening out and try the freshest oysters you’ve ever had. Looking to be even more adventurous? Their small plates offers choices like kimchi, jerk chicken burgers, and tamarind mussels.
A gastropub is known as a pub, bar, or tavern offering meals of high quality. That is definitely what you’ll be getting at Bernard Stanley. There are options for every type of eater and all diets.
Things To Do in St. John’s
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