- A few places along the way to have a rest or a snack
- One will come across the gazebo, inukshuk and viewfinder less than halfway to the end of the boardwalk
- Remants of the old salmon factory tell a story of the past fishery
- Various view of Rigolet could be seen from close or afar as well as whales, seals and birds
The Seashore Boardwalk
May 1 - Dec 31
Enjoy the fresh saltwater air while walking one of North America’s longest wooden boardwalks. Gazebo and seating area located on top the Burnt Wood Point Hill, as well as a viewfinder and storyboards. Several lookout points located on the way to the end of the boardwalk that will give you the perfect vantage point to overlook the town of Rigolet, see marine wildlife, and to view old Inuit historical sites where sod houses where once located.