There are fishing areas nearby, or along Bay front coast of Spurrell harbour within walking distance, or ATV trail. Try your luck to catch lake trout, arctic grayling, white fish, cod, or arctic char. Take photo op of breathtaking scenery of surrounding land area, or Bay front waters, plant life, berries, birds, wildlife, or marine mammals, and archaeological, or Heritage sites back-in-time. The Thule sites, sod foundation is still visible can be viewed, or request for a tour of the Heritage buildings, or Fox Trap Island. The Eco boat trips, canoe, kayak, or ATV Day trail can be arranged with local Guide June, July, August, or September, weather permitting.
The Fullerton outpost establish 1901, was a year round presence of the first Royal Northwest Mounted Police, in attempt to established sovereignty by the Federal Government, with activities of the American whalers turn of the twentieth century. The Cape Fullerton R.N.W.M.P post was set up, mainly to serve as a customs post for activities of the American whalers, and to administer whaling licences, collect customs, control the flow of liquor, and to maintain order. The Fullerton harbour was a popular wintering station for the American and Scottish whaling ships, and trading point between Inuit, and the American and Scottish whalers. The Depot Island was also an anchor harbour during open water season, or winter Station with early Explorers, or Whalers. This followed fur-pelt trade post of the Hudson’s Bay Company Ltd. est. 1911, R.C. Mission est. 1912, and the Grey Nuns of Nicolet, Quebec est. 1930’s in Chesterfield Inlet post. When whaling declined, R.N.W.M.P barracks moved to Chesterfield Inlet, and Fullerton outpost was used only part time by Mounties, as a stop on patrols to remote Inuit camps, or other outposts along coastal areas, and inland with R.N.W.M.P Inuit Guides on dog team, boat or canoe.
The spring fishing derby volunteer, long weekend events May, Hamlet Day (day after Victoria Day), or June contact Recreation Coordinator 1-(867) 898-9081. The Dogteam sled day trips, or rates contact Dogteam Guide. Experience spring, or summer 24-hour daylight. In winter, sunrise and sunset day length December to February is approx. seven hours. View or take photo op of Northern lights scenery in the evening, or spring migrating Canada geese. In spring, polar bear maybe spotted migrating near floe edge, or along the coast. The migrating muskox near trail path maybe spotted in distance, or rare occasion tree line moose, or grizzly migrating. The variety of plants harvest berries on the tundra in Kivalliq region are cloudberry, crowberry (blueberry), cranberry, and arctic blackberry. The berries harvest is generally made into jam or other recipes for bakery.