Point Leamington has a great interest in tourism and in 1997 opened a Heritage Centre to encourage visitors to the area and to begin perserving the past and present history of the community.
For those who love the outdoors the Town has much to offer in the way of sport salmon fishing, boating, hiking, hunting, or snowmobiling.
For a relaxing drive "off the beaten path", Point Leamington offers scenic views, relaxation and friendliness to all visitors.
The Town has been quite responsive to the needs of its citizens. There are two seniors complexes, playground, softball field, basketball court, Rowsell's Hill hiking trail, a municipal park with overnight camping, Otter Pond Park with a boardwalk surrounding the pond, general stores, gas stations, take out restaurants, a public library, a post office, fire hall, ambulance service, and a war memorial.
Adults are involved in church leagues, fun & fitness group, fire department, and various other organizations. Point Leamington is the educational centre for the area as it has the high school and the students are bused the distance from the outlying areas.
Welcome to the Town of Point Leamington
Point Leamington is located on the shore of Southwest Arm which extends southward from Notre Dame Bay on the province's Northeast coast. The Town with a population of approximately 600, is long and narrow and follows the length of the arm hugging the shoreline.
Superior Glove Works Limited, one of Canada's largest manufactureer of industrial gloves currently employing over 100 people. A number of residents are employed in the woods operations, at local sawmills or in the fishery. Others earn their livelihood by commuting the distance from Point Leamington to Botwood and Grand Falls-Windsor.