Town Crest created by Kenny Elms in 2000
Town Of Reidville
Newfoundland Labrador, Canada

Reidville is a small town of approximately 500 residents situated along the Humber River directly across from the Deer Lake Regional Airport and 7 kilometers from the town of Deer Lake. The river is beautiful during all seasons of the year.

Spring arrives with beaver emerging from their winter homes. Summers bring the salmon, birds, ducks and Canada Geese. Fall displays the miracle of the winter freeze occurring as moose and other wildlife graze along the shoreline. Winter totally transforms the waterway to a massive ice thoroughfare for winter activists - snowmobilers, skiers and many others.

The presentation on this page gives a "birds eye-view" of the the town as it was in 2000; from Trout Brook to the Cache with areial photographs (taken by Walter Shears). Other photos in the presentation depict much of Reidville as it is today.  However, a lot of
 development is happening in the eastern section, between the Northern Peninsula Highway and the original town site. The Reidville boundaries extend from the Northern Peninsula Highway to Patty's Reef along the Humber River.

Every year the town celebrates Canada Day, Christmas, the Volunteers and many special events. The included video will display little snippets of some of these events. For a more extensive view be sure to visit the Photo Gallery and the various pages dedicated to these activities.


Town Profile

This page last modified on Tuesday, February 03, 2015

Slideshow: Click on the Crest below to view the slideshow.