You've arrived in the community of Trinity on the bay of the same name for a little paddle. It's a town full of history going back to the days of fishing schooners and the Labrador fishery, iron men and wooden boats. It's a great place to paddle, especially if the weather's fair and you wish to get out and see whales, caves and, this year, icebergs.
So you look around for a place to unload your kayak and gear. Where's the put-in? Can you see it in the picture above? You'll have to look carefully (or click on the photo to enlarge it). You won't be alone out on the bay. There's an outfitter who uses the same beach for running kayak tours.
Okay, now park the car. Does it matter where? Not really, as you can see from the next picture. Four cars found a quiet vacant spot...
Now you're on the water. There's lots to see and do. Whales, sea caves, icebergs, the open waters of Trinity Bay and closer to those cliffs, lots of clapotis effect if that's your thing. Heading deeper into the harbour there's a mussel farm where you can practice your slalom skills using the floats as 'posts'. Enjoy your paddle!