Dover Fault Look-Out and Interpretation Centre

Noted as being one of the most fascinating geological wonders of the world, the Dover Fault has been a point of interest for many visitors to the small community of Dover. The Dover Fault Interpretation Site provides visitors with a wealth of information about the Dover Fault. To view the natural wonder, the Dover Fault Look Out Site is located just outside the Dover Fault Interpretation site. From here one can actually see part of the fault line as it runs from Dover to Baie Verte. A fantastic view of the community can also be viewed from this site. The Dover Fault Interpretation Site is open from June to September.

P.O. Box 10
Dover, NL
A0G 1X0
Tel#: 709-537-2139
Fax#: 709-537-2190


Joey's Look-Out

Noted as being one of Canada’s largest roadside attractions, Joey’s Look-Out offers a full view of the town of Gambo. It includes interpretive signage about the area as well as day use facilities including picnic tables, benches and trash cans. In the summer months local vendors are on site with barbequed hot dogs and local strawberries.

Located 2 km outside Gambo on the Trans Canada Highway


Logger's Memorial Park

A tribute to the loggers of the area, the Logger’s Memorial Park was established to recognize their significant role in shaping the town of Gambo. The park consists of a picnic area, loggers monument, a 4.5 km interpretative hiking trail, a swimming area and a playground known as the Fun - N - Sun Park. The Logger’s Memorial Park is open year round.

Located in the heart of Gambo


Smallwood Interpretation Centre

After opening its doors in 1999, the Smallwood Interpretation Centre and Kittiwake Coast Information Centre have provided visitors with the unique opportunity to take a glimpse into the life that was Joseph R. Smallwood. The site consists of a large exhibit which include artifacts and wax sculptures. Also on site is a cafe, gift shop and floating deck. Season: June - September.

P.O Box 250
Gambo, NL
A0G 1T0
Tel#: 709-674-4222/4242
Fax#: 709-674-4228


Village Green

Erected in the memory of the great Joseph R. Smallwood, the Village Green officially opened in 1997. A one-of-a-kind experience in Newfoundland, visitors are given the opportunity to recapture the history of the railway and logging within the area. Located on site is the Smallwood sculpture which was created by Leuben Boykov. The Murphy station which is a restored house from the 1930’s and a stage which provides great entertainment for all.

Route 320
Gambo, NL
A0G 1T0
Tel#: 709-674-4222/4476
Fax#: 709-674-4353

For More Information, please feel free to contact the Gander and Area Chamber of Commerce:

Tel: 709-256-7110
E-mail: ganderchamber@ganderchamber.nf.ca