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Forrester's Point
Population: 260
Yes Cell phone service
Yes DSL/Cable Internet
Yes Fire services
Yes Garbage collection
No Postal services
No Town Water & Sewer Hook-up
No Water & sewer
No Campground
Yes Convenience items
No Food service
No Gasoline
Yes Groceries
No Pharmacy
Note: Fro review: no mention of atm, cell, internet
Travel by road to main centres...
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Deer Lake296 km(178 mi)
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Forrester's Point is located just off Route 430 north of Pond Cove. Forrester's Point is a traditional fishing community. It has a general store that has served residents since 1938. Forrester's Point is located 0.5 kms from Currant Island. This is the island where most of the older residents of Forrester's Point lived before resettlement in the 1960's. Before resettlement, very few families lived in Forrester's Point. Forrester's Point is also located close to the St. Genevieve River. St. Genevieve is well known among anglers due to the number of salmon that return each year from the North Atlantic.

Community and business services for Forrester's Point residents include a K-12 school, Viking Trail Academy (located 15 kms in Plum Point. Health care is provided in Port Saunders at the Rufus Guinchard Health Centre, 120 kms south or Straits of Belle Isle Clinic Flowers Cove Clinic 25 kms north. Regional fire service is based in Plum Point. Additional community, recreational and business services are found in the communities in the Plum Point/St. Barbe area and south (120 kms) in Hawkes Bay, Port au Choix & Port Saunders.

In addition to recreational fishing there is an abundance of wildlife throughout the region for visiting tourists.
Facilities & Services
Public Services:
· Harbour Authority
Recreation Facilities:
· Boardwalk to Black Duck Cove
Religious Institutions:
· St. Mary’s Anglican Church
Volunteer Service Groups:
· Development Committee
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