Eagle Creek, a 9-hole course opened in July 2001, was designed by Robert Walsh, a native of Newfoundland. This 2,593 yard, par 35 course is a breathtaking course offering a challenge to the seasoned golfer as well as an alternate venue for those wanting a shorter program. Named
after the bald eagles frequently seen over Clode Sound, this full 9-hole course is an added treat to Resort golfers.
Eagle Creek Trail
Hike or mountain bike in summer, cross country ski or snowmobile in winter. This wilderness trail features warm-up cabin, washroom, picnic areas, ocean views.
As Newfoundland hunting outfitters, we have over 16 years experience with guides raging from 5 years to 30 years bush hunting experience in the remote Newfoundland wilderness. Efford’s Hunting Adventures operates lodges in South Western and East Central regions in the province and operates its lodges in Moose and Black Bear units 188.8.131.52.28 and within Woodland Caribou units 64 and 61. With multiple camp locations, its own aircraft and an array of Newfoundland wilderness experience, we can offer you the best wilderness and hunting experience Newfoundland as to offer.
Twin Rivers Golf Course winds through some of the most scenic and unique settings of any golf course in Canada. The contrast of the beautifully manicured fairways and greens set against the dramatic and rugged beauty of the forest, rivers, and ocean, complete with moose, bald eagles and salmon, make a round at Twin Rivers a truly unique experience found nowhere else in the world.
Twin Rivers Course officially opened in August 1984 as a nine hole public course in Terra Nova National Park. The second nine hole opened in July 1991. The late Robbie Robinson, architect of Stanhope, PEI & Osprey Ridge, Ontario, designed the original nine hole. Doug Carrick, designer of King Valley & Angus Glenn, Ontario, designed the second nine-hole.
The Twin Rivers Golf Course has been given the rank of Platinum by the Canadian Golf Course Ranking Magazine, Score Magazine for the past three years, ranking the course as one of the top 30 courses in Canada and one of the top six in Atlantic Canada. It was also ranked by Golf Digest as one of the top ten courses in Atlantic Canada in 2002.
Canada’s most easterly national park with four hundred square kilometres of natural beauty. Here you can kayak, canoe, or boat sheltered bays and breathtaking coastlines, amongst whales, seabirds and icebergs. Dense forests, marshes, and green meadows wait to be explored along 12 extensive and beautiful hiking trails. As you walk along the twisting paths, you might spy a moose, lynx, beaver, or rare bird flying freely among the forest and marshy bogs.