Our local gathering place, Port Rexton Brewing offers a tap room with craft beer, locally-made tonic, spirits and wine. We love the ambience, eclectic decor, outdoor courtyard and all-ages, family-friendly atmosphere. Located near the famed Skerwink Trail, Port Rexton Brewing makes a great stop, and offers a chance to strike up a conversation with the locals. They open weekend evenings throughout the year, and seven days a week from May to October. If you get there early, you might be able to buy a growler of their craft brew to take home. Locals and visitors alike love their clothing line. They host Trivia night on Thursdays during the summer months,- always fun and challenging, and a great way to meet others. Children are welcome provided they are accompanied by a guardian and purchase food. Oh My Cheeses gourmet grill cheese truck offers food on site.
Committed to enhancing lives with yoga, Linda Ivany offers a welcoming atmosphere to people with all-levels of yoga experience at her studio in nearby Port Rexton. With regular practice on Tuesdays and Thursdays, Linda attracts and welcoming and loyal community. Occasionally, on fine days, she moves classes outdoors to the local wharf. Determined to further the growth of yoga practice, she partners with instructors from across the province to bring different yoga experiences to the region.
In late September, the town of Trinity partners with local businesses to offer a 5k or 10k walk/run along the coastline of Trinity Harbour, with proceeds going to support Young Adult Cancer Canada. The finish line is just outside our front door.
Newfoundland’s rugged beauty has always been a draw for artists. Come explore the beauty and further your studies in the visual arts with artist/printmaker Stephen Zeifman at Mill Road Studios in Port Rexton. With one-day, two-day, and five-day courses, Stephen offers something to fit into your holiday or . http://www.millroadstudio.com/home.html