Long Island Co-op Heritage and Outdoor Rest Area
Historic co-op store rebuilt in 1957 is part of the co-operative movement in Newfoundland. It was a major source of practically all goods needed to run a household and conduct the fishery - a general store and fish buyer. After it closed in 2002 the town acquired and restored it. The Heritage Centre houses artifacts that wheelchair accessible and washrooms on the ground floor.
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Wheelchair accessible, craft shop, tea room and washroom on ground floor.
Route 380, Long Island , Lushes Bight49.3529, -55.4249 (Download GPX )Jul 1 - Sep 30+1 (709) 264 3177
+1 (709) 264 3271+1 (709) 264 3191
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