Grand Bruit (often pronounced "Grand Brit") is a small coastal village in Southern Newfoundland, accessible by ferry, with a population of about 14 residents. The community is divided down the middle by a waterfall, hence the name "Grand Bruit" which is French for "great noise."
Grand Bruit is no longer accessible by the Provincial Ferry Service on a limited schedule. . The community was resettled in 2010.
There are no automobile roads in Grand Bruit, but lovely paved walking roads.
There is excellent hiking around Grand Bruit, though paths are often absent or not in great shape. Many are marked, and locals can point you in the right direction.
There is no store in Grand Bruit, as the last one closed its doors in 2007.
Next to the village church, which is adjacent to the waterfall, a small camping spot is available that can fit a 2 to 4-person tent.
There are several great camping spots in Grand Bruit, just talk to the locals and they will happily direct you.