Beaches and Shorelines


Many beaches in Newfoundland Labrador are comprised of various size beach rocks. They come in various shapes and sizes and are smoothed by the pounding from the elements such as rain, salt water, wind, ice and snow. There are some sandy beaches. Photos welcome.

Picture of beach rocks taken on beaches in Con Bay South, NL. Many of those photos were taken from The Trailway in Conception Bay South. Click on a photo to enlarge the image. Take your camera, when you go for a walk.

Patsy Pride-Gidge photo..Spiller’s Cove, Twillingate

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This rock is on the eastern end of Topsail Beach.Looks like a whale.



Photo taken Ledrews Road Beach



Looking Down The Bay
Looking Down The Bay

Topsail Beach Looking West




Chamberlains Beach
Lance Cove Beach, Seal Cove
Beach and Shoreline Blackhead?CBN.. have to verify the town
Kelligrews Beach looking east
Looking east, from Foxtrap Beach, out Lodge Rd.
Kelligrews..The Tides Out!
The Devil's Jackstone,Kelligrews Shoreline
The Devil’s Jackstone,Kelligrews Shoreline
Do you know where this rock is located?
Do you know where this rock is located?

Rock near the water on the eastern end of Topsail Beach


Our grandsons on Chamberlains Beach

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Topsail river, flowing towards topsail beach




Squires Pond, Manuel’s Head, Squires’ Beach with Bell Island in the backgroundIMG_0301 (2)



Video: sound of beach rocks rolling on a beach at night from the wave action at night