Lethbridge is located along Route 233-234 from Bloomfield It is mainly a forestry and farming community.
Lethbridge is known for its root crop farming, growing such crops as potatoes, carrots, turnips and cabbage. Berry farming, growing Strawberries and Raspberries is also a well known and successful farming enterprise. In addition to root crop and berry farming, there is a turkey farm and a limited beef cattle operation.
Lethbridge also has a thriving forest industry. There are some logging operations as well as pulpwood operations and one commercial sawmill. There are also several small family operated sawmills.
Lethbridge has a High School with a Public Internet Access Site, a Post Office, a restaurant, a pub, several convenience stores, a liquor store, a building supply store, a volunteer fire department and a funeral home.
Continue down the Bonavista Peninsula through historic Trinity and Bonavista or travel to Clarenville for the day.
Open Farm Day
Over thirty farms across Newfoundland and Labrador open their doors to the public for the annual Open Farm Day held usually around the last weekend in September. Come out and meet the people involved in the agriculture industry and learn about how the agriculture products you enjoy are grown.
Visit a nursery to get some fall gardening tips, take a tour through one of our local dairy farms to learn where the milk you drink comes from, and try some of the fresh local meats and vegetables that are grown on farms throughout the province. With hayrides, petting farms, gardening demonstrations, and farm markets, there's something for everyone