Canada’s eastern-most province, Newfoundland and Labrador, boasts an area of 400,000 sq. kms with almost 30,000 kms of rugged coastline.

With a population of just 500,000, this leaves a lot of room to play. The island portion of the province is separated from mainland Canada to the west by the Gulf of St. Lawrence, and to the east is the wide open Atlantic Ocean.

Directions from Deer Lake Regional Airport

1 Airport Road suite 1, Deer Lake, NL A8A 1A3, Canada

Head southwest toward Airport Rd
29 m

Turn right toward Airport Rd
57 m

Turn left onto Airport Rd
2.4 km

Turn right onto Trans-Canada Hwy/NL-1 W
(signs for Trans-Canada Highway/Newfoundland and Labrador 1 W)

32.1 km

Take exit 11 toward Little Rapids
400 m

Turn right onto Bonnell Dr/Boom Siding Rd
280 m

Turn left
Destination will be on the right

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Vacation Playground

The wide open landscape with an ocean background is what makes Newfoundland and Labrador one of Canada’s untouched playgrounds.

Western Newfoundland, specifically the Humber Valley area, is an adventurer’s dream. It is host to award winning salmon rivers, a short jaunt to UNESCO heritage site Gros Morne Park, great downhill and cross-country skiing and stellar snowmobiling, Western Newfoundland is the prime location for a vacation.