As the area's major service centre, Grand Falls-Windsor is also a tourists dream. With above average temperatures in the summer and beautiful, snow covered winters, there is plenty to do year round.
The Town's major event for the year is the Exploits Valley Salmon Festival, held each July over a five-day period. Some of the world's top musical acts entertain here and the festival has been chosen as one the Top 100 Events by the American Bus Association.
No visit to Grand Falls-Windsor would be complete without a trip to the Salmonid Interpretation Centre, located near the banks of the Exploits River. This is one of the largest Atlantic Salmon Enhancement projects in North America. View migrating salmon from the observation windows in the lower deck. As well, enjoy a hot meal at the restaurant there or check out their gift shop. This facility is wheel-chair accessible. For further information, call 709-489-7350.
Just down the road is Sanger Memorial Park. This RV park has fully serviced trailer and RV sites with water, sewer, and electrical hook-ups and shower and washroom facilities. Reservations are required.
Summer Theatre Events, a local theatre group, captures the history of the Town through plays.
The Corduroy Brook Nature Trail offers a sense of serenity and an attractive setting suitable for all ages and abilities. This nature trail takes participants on a scenic journey along Corduroy Brook. It is nature's beauty at its best.