Truce Sound Lookout
1 km from the Trans Canada Highway on the Isthmus of the Avalon. Visitors can rest and view the harbour while learning about our history. Indigenous people lived around here for over 5,000 years. An early meeting between English colonists and Beothuk took place here in 1612. Early settlers wintered here around 1670. French troops passed through here in 1697 with English prisoners. The first transatlantic cable was landed here in 1858, the Hibernia oil platform was built here in 1996.
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History boards, resting place, view of Truce Sound Harbour, near the beginning of Truce Sound Coastal Trail.
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