Your Community: Clarenville to hold tourism-related engagement session

The Town of Clarenville is holding another engagement session this week, on working towards making the tourism industry grow in the region. Here’s NTV’s Beth Penney with Your Community.  

Request for proposals issued to develop former Trinity Loop Amusement Park property

The Trinity Loop Amusement Park was a place of summertime fun for Newfoundlanders and Labradorians, from the late 80s, and closed its doors in 2004. 

Now, the amusement park lies abandoned. and although the park does attract some tourists, who want to experience an abandoned ferries wheel, and railway cars, the province is hoping to redevelop the area.

A request for proposals has been issued to develop the former Trinity Loop Amusement Park property. Proposals will only be accepted for tourism-related establishments, such as RV parks, resorts, and campgrounds. Proposals will be accepted until March 3rd. 

Plans in the works to boost tourism in Grand Falls-Windsor

The town of Grand Falls-Windsor says in addition to presenting a balanced budget, there are plans in the works for tourism in the new year.

NTV’s Colleen Lewis has the story.

Province unveils new long-term tourism strategy

After seemingly coming out on the other end of the covid pandemic, the province’s tourism industry launched a new long term strategy today. NTV’s David Salter has more in this report.

West Coast communities partnering to boost tourism numbers

Tourism industry stakeholders in Corner Brook and Bay Of Islands are forging a partnership to entice visitors to spend more vacation time in the area. NTV’s Don Bradshaw tells us more.

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