How To Get Here
Traveling to Newfoundland
Located in Eastern Canada, Newfoundland has one of the most unspoiled “big game” populations in the world, noted for its Woodland Caribou, Black Bear and Eastern Moose.
Newfoundland and Labrador is quickly becoming one of Canada’s leading hot spots for big game hunting adventures.
Travel By Air
Air Canada (www.aircanada.ca) flies into our regional full service airport in Deer Lake, Newfoundland, where we meet our hunters upon arrival and escort them to and from the lodge.
Please try to arrange your reservations for morning or afternoon flights, so that we can meet with you when you arrive.
For early arrival reservations, we recommend:
Deer Lake Motel
Travel By Ferry
Marine Atlantic offers modern ferry services that can carry 350 cars connecting Newfoundland with the nearest province, Nova Scotia.
All year round crossings make the 6-8 hour journey between North Sydney, Nova Scotia to Port-Aux-Basques, Newfoundland. Advance reservations are recommended.
For reservations please contact Marine Atlantic, in the terminal area: 1-902-794-5700 (North Sydney, Nova Scotia.) In the USA please call: 1-800-341-7981.
Web site: www.marine-atlantic.ca
See the map below for the meeting place if you are arriving by ferry. We will meet you at Springdale Butts Esso.