Newfoundland and Labrador is Canada’s most easterly province. It consists of two geographical areas, the island of Newfoundland and mainland Labrador. The island portion of the province is separated from mainland Canada by the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
On the west coast of Newfoundland is a small town, Deer Lake. Your hunt will depart from Deer Lake airport.
Getting to Deer Lake, Newfoundland is easy no matter where you are coming from or how you choose to travel.
Hunters, wishing to use air transportation to Newfoundland for their hunt should fly to Deer Lake Regional Airport. Deer Lake airport receives daily flights from Canadian International Airports.
Those wishing to drive can take the Marine Atlantic ferry from North Sydney, Nova Scotia to Port aux Basques, Newfoundland. Reservations are advisable & approximate crossing time is 6 hours.
DEER LAKE, NEWFOUNDLAND
The Town of Deer Lake is located at the intersection of the Trans-Canada Highway and the Viking Trail on Newfoundland and Labrador’s west coast. Deer Lake provides access to the Northern Peninsula and Labrador, home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Deer Lake is also the Gateway to eastern and western Newfoundland and is the Snowmobile Hub of Newfoundland.