Town of Baie Verte | The Heart Of A Town Lies Within its People
Welcome to the Town of Baie Verte
The town of Baie Verte is located on the northeast coast of Newfoundland & Labrador on the Baie Verte Peninsula in White Bay. Our base population is 1,370 residents.
With an amazing array of attractions, small businesses, and industrial enterprises, the town of Baie Verte has all of the modern conveniences. Baie Verte is one of 42 communities that comprise the Emerald Zone - which is located in the North Central portion of Newfoundland.
Baie Verte existed as a small community in the late 1800's and early 1900's. It remained a small village until the discovery of asbestos and other ore bodies of copper, lead, zinc and gold in the mid-1950s when the town underwent major expansion. Bowring Brother's steamers came to the area in the 1950s to transport the ore found here. Baie Verte became incorporated as a town in 1958.
Tourism | The Most Scenic Community in Newfoundland
The Town of Baie Verte offers a wide variety of attractions. We offer everything from whale watching, snowmobiling, skiing, beautiful trails, and much much more. We have inherited a very rich history of mining and Industry as well as other very interesting attractions. The Town Of Baie Verte also has close relationships with The Town Of Fleur De' Lys. Fleur De' Lys is the home of a National Historic Site. The Dorset Soapstone Quarry.
Tourist information can also be found at the Baie Verte Junction (Trans Canada Highway). Here you will find various brochures and tour information. When in Baie Verte take time to visit the Miners Museum and the Dorset Trail Tourism Association information center.
Notice to the residents of Baie Verte:
Centennial Park Committee Update:
The Centennial Park Committee was formed in late 2014 by the Town with a mandate to revitalize the Centennial Park area located within the boundaries of Baie Verte. Through .... [Read more]