Joey’s lookout, jeannette, indian head and the mine pond hiking trails.
Erin Mountain trail in Barachois Pond Provincial Park
Mountain Biking Trails
Hundreds of kilometers of forest access roads and almost endless expanses of open wilderness surrounding Stephenville offer endless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts including two biking trails in in town Bomb Track off of Igloo Road and the Area 14 run off of Gallant Street extension.
Walk-A-Ways Trail Network is composed of 16.5km of gravel and sidewalk trails throughout Stephenville. There are 6 trails that make up this Trail Network. A main trail sign occurs at the entrance to the We Care Nature Trail at the Kindale Public Library. The trails are interconnected with directional markers and trail-head signage at the entrance to each trail. Trails are easy to moderate, compacted and dry; suitable for normal footware. Designed to promote the safety and enjoyment of walkers.
The Walk-A-Ways Trail Network is made up of 6 interconnected trails that cover 16.5 kms beginning at the Kindle Public Library. The trails are composed of gravel and sidewalk trails throughout Stephenville and showcase a variety of scenic beauty that include seascapes, wooded trails, rare fossils, brook side strolls, a park, and a meander around a pond. Trails are easy to moderate, compacted and dry and normal footwear is suitable. Please proceed with pleasure.