Irishtown-Summerside is a beautiful town located along the north shore of the Humber Arm of the Bay of Islands on Newfoundland's west coast. With a population of approximately 1600 residents, this vibrant community offers a range of services to its inhabitants.
The town provides essential amenities such as water and sewer services, garbage collection, street lighting, snow-clearing, fire fighting, and recreation facilities.
Irishtown-Summerside boasts an active community with various groups operating under the arm of council. These include Firettes, 4-H club, Summerside Seniors group, North Shore Aboriginal organization, Mountain View 50 Plus association, Recreation committee, Lions Club and Fire Department. These groups contribute to the social fabric and well-being of the community.
Irishtown-Summerside is not only blessed with its stunning location, close to a city but also provides essential services and recreational opportunities for its residents. Its strong sense of community is a thriving environment for all who call this place home.
Irishtown-Summerside hosts an annual event called "So Long to Summer Festival." This festival brings together locals and visitors alike to celebrate the end of summer with music performances, food stalls, and various entertainment options.
Residents can enjoy numerous outdoor activities in Irishtown-Summerside. The town features playgrounds and walking trails for leisurely strolls or exercise. During winter months, residents can take advantage of groomed trails that connect them to nearby towns like Corner Brook or Deer Lake.