Grab a camera and head outside. Iceberg season typically starts in Spring and reaches its peak in May and June.
Every summer during July the people of Twillingate throw their doors open to the world and invite them to enjoy the Fish Fun and Folk Festival.
Visit www.fishfunfolkfestival.com for more info.
Enjoy the various hiking trails Twillingate has to offer. Take a leisurely stroll around the pond or try some of the more challenging trails that dot the rocky coastline.
Go site seeing around the island with the locals. You may see a whale or two as you circle a mammoth 10,000 year old chunk of ice.
Look for hidden treasure on the nearby beaches. Rusty trinkets, beach glass and driftwood await discovery.
Pick some of the local berries and bring them home for a snack or use them to make jams, pastries, muffins and much more. Local berries include Blueberries, Partridgeberries and Bakeapples a.k.a Cloudberries (pictured).