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Long Pond

Located in southeast Conception Bay, since 1971 Long Pond has been a part of the incorporated community of Conception Bay South. It takes its name from a large salt-water lagoon, separated from the waters of Conception Bay by a rocky beach. Long Pond and the Gut leading into it have been dredged to form the only harbour in the Conception Bay South area suitable for larger vessels. The first recorded settlers were John Kennedy and Barney Janes, who were granted land in 1803 in the area known as the Lookout (on the west side of the Pond, above what was in 1990 the harbour facility).



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Updated By: Ivy F. Benoit June 16, 2002

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