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Deer Lake (Newfoundland and Labrador)

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Deer Lake (Newfoundland and Labrador)

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Deer Lake [2] is a town in Western Newfoundland. It is the gateway to the Great Northern Peninsula and the closest major town to Gros Morne National Park.

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Deer Lake is located on the Trans-Canada Highway 1, about 50 km north of Corner Brook.

Deer Lake Regional Airport [3] has daily flights to Halifax, St. John's and Toronto year-round and to Montreal in summer.

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  • The Fish Sheds, 10 Bayview Road (from the entrance of Rocky Harbour, turn left and follow the main road until you reach the last left. You can't miss these pretty little cottages on the hill), +1-(709)687-5862, [1]. These cottages sit on the edge of town next to the ocean. They have probably the best view of the sunset in the park. The owners are attentive and helpful. Eagles, whales and a variety of sea birds can be seen daily. Great place to stay in the park.These cottages are only a short drive from Deer Lake and the perfect location to explore the Western Region of Newfoundland.  edit

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Heading north on Highway 430 will bring you two UNESCO World Heritage Sites:

  • The entrance to Gros Morne National Park, with great hiking and some breathtaking landscapes, is about 25 kilometers away.
  • L'Anse aux Meadows, the site of the first Viking landing in the New World, is several hours drive to the north near St Anthony (a little over 400 km away).


Routes through Deer Lake
Port aux BasquesCorner Brook  W noframe E  Grand Falls-WindsorGander


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