Originally named Muddy Hole when first settled in 1834, was renamed to Musgrave Harbour in 1886 in honor of Governor Anthony Musgrave.

Musgrave is known for it's 7 km of fine white sandy beach that stretches along the coast line from the Fishermen's Museum to The Banting Memorial Municipal Park.

Whether you are looking for a place to stay, have some fun or relax on our beautiful sandy beach, you are sure to find what you are looking for in this Town of approximately 900.

There are many attractions to accommodate visitors of a diverse background. For those who love salmon fishing, Ragged Harbour River and Anchor Brook are only minutes away. Other activities such as beach combing, berry picking, camping,  whale and ice berg watching, snowmobiling and ice fishing are just to name a few.