DescriptionMusgrave Harbour lies on the coast of scenic Hamilton Sound where giant icebergs carried south by the Labrador Current are frequently sighted from Hwy. 320. Representative of the region's many maritime associations is the Musgrave Harbour Fisherman's Museum at 4 Marine Dr. It is in a building designed by Sir William Coaker. In 1908 Coaker founded the Fisherman's Protective Union, a political and economic power during World War I.
Sir Frederick Banting Memorial Park, 10 kilometres (6 mi.) east on Hwy. 330, has a playground, miniature golf course, picnic area and hiking trails.