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Water Treatment Plant Maintenance
The Town of Marystown wishes to advise residents and businesses that the Water Treatment Plant will be undergoing necessary ... (more)
Director of Operations and Public WorksThe Town of Marystown is seeking an energetic, knowledgeable individual to join their ... (more)
Annual Scholarships - 2013-2014
The Town of Marystown is once again offering its annual scholarships. The Dr. Chester Memorial Scholarship is awarded ... (more)
All businesses operating within the Town of Marystown’s planning area (including Beau Bois, Spanish Room, Jean de Baie ... (more)
The layout of Marystown's main thoroughfares affords tourists an opportunity to view all of the shorelines of Mortier Bay and Creston Inlet. A visit to Mary Mount and Tolt Hill will allow tourists to view Placentia Bay and its beautiful coastline. The scenic view of our town can be enhanced as a short drive will place tourists in neighboring communities, such as Jean de Baie, Beau Bois, Rock Harbour, Spanish Room, Red Harbour, Rushoon and Baine Harbour. A visit to these communities will afford tourists the opportunity to buy fresh sea products at very low prices. If you are visiting either on vacation or business why not take in a round of golf at the Grande Meadow's Golf Course in Frenchman's Cove. The course is adjacent to the Provincial Park and visitors will find it convenient to enjoy the golf course.
Tourists will be able to shop at their leisure in either of our two ultra-modern shopping malls. Marystown, being the commercial center for the peninsula, has almost 200 businesses to serve your every need. When planning any vacation, entertainment for the children is of the utmost importance and tourists will want to avail of the Marystown Shining Seas Summer Festival.
- Marystown Heritage Museum Corp., Ville Marie Drive, 279-2463
- St. Gabriel's Hall, Ville Marie Drive, 279-4255
- Little Bay Heritage Centre, Little Bay, 279-3322
- Marystown Firefighters Heritage Room, McGettigan Boulevard, 279-2226
- Jerome Walsh's Museum, Little Bay, 279-1589