St. Patrick’s , Newfoundland and Labrador, is a tiny bayside community, with less than 75 people, that runs along Little Bay Arm. It is a quiet place known for periodic dinner theatres at their community hall.
There is no post office, or shops. Residents get what they need in Springdale about 15 minutes away.
History Tidbit: St. Patrick’s was first settled in the late 1800s. The earliest were Bouzanes, a family name that can be still found in the area. Farming was prominent for a while.
Population: 31 (StatCan Census 2016)
Type of Local Governance: Local Service District
Location: Routes 390-392
Lat./Long: 49° 34′ 32″ N, 55° 59′ 8″ W, (Decimal) 49.5755556, -55.9855555
Cell Service: No
St. Patrick’s Phone Numbers are found under Little Bay in the phone book.
Sacred Heart Church
Community Centre (Hall)
St. Patrick’s on the Web:
- “St. Patrick’s, Coffee Cove Fly Over”, a video uploaded by Youtube user Spruceman. Coffee Cove can be seen at 2:40-3:10), and a good view of the mussel farm operation is there.
- 2011 Census
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GREEN BAY NORTH
Jackson’s Cove-Langdon’s Cove-Silverdale (& Nickey’s Nose Cove)
Little Bay Islands