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How to get here: 
 
In order to get to the Province of Newfoundland you have 2 choices, either fly or drive. After you arrive in Deer Lake, the final leg of the journey is always by vehicle to the lodge.
 
By Road:
 
Located on the east coast Of Canada, the province of Newfoundland is serviced by a modern auto ferry operated by Marine Atlantic. You will have to make your way to North Sydney, Nova Scotia where you board the Marine Atlantic ferry to Port aux Basque, Newfoundland.
 
If travelling from the United States, you may travel through the eastern seaboard state of Maine and into the Canadian provinces of New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
 
Once arriving in Port aux Basque, a three-hour drive will take you through the beautiful Codroy and Humber Valleys before you arrive at the town of Deer Lake, nestled at the head of a sparkling lake by the same name. Then stop at the Deer Lake Motel, which is directly on the Trans Canada Highway. As planned, Taylor's Brook Outfitting will have someone meet you to facilitate the remainder of your travels to the Lodge.
 
NL Marine Atlantic ferry
P.O. Box 250
North Sydney, NS
B2A 3M3
Phone: 1-800-341-7981, Fax: 902-564-7486
 
 
Recorded Arrivals and Departure Info:
 
Nova Scotia 1- 902-794-5814
Newfoundland: 1-800-341-7981 ( option 4)
Customer Relations: 1-800-897-2797
 
By Air:
 
Air access to Newfoundland is provided mainly by Air Canada. If you are flying, you can use this http://www.tiss.com/ to help you. For American travelers, connections with US-based airlines occur at New York City, Boston, Toronto, Montreal and Halifax. You will arrive at the Deer Lake airport at a prearranged time where someone from Taylor's Brook Outfitting will be there to greet you. Deviations from this approach may require special arrangements and must be incorporated in your plans when making your bookings.
 
Air Canada
Phone: 1-800-Air Canada 1-800-776-3000
USAWebsite: www.aircanada.com
 
Deer Lake Motel: 709-635-2108
Taxi: 709-635-2521
 
Deer Lake -To Lodge and Return
 
Whether you are driving or flying, if you arrive on Saturday, you will be required to purchase a motel room. All hunters go to the Lodge on Sunday.
 
Leaving from Deer Lake it is a short 30 minute drive to our lodge. On Sunday, you will either drive to the lodge in your own vehicle, or drive with one of the guides. The choice is yours.
 
Once you are finished your hunt on Friday evening, transportation will be provided if required to the motel so you may catch flights leaving early Saturday morning. Anyone driving can leave the Lodge early Saturday morning to pick up the meat at the butcher, and then leave for the Marine Atlantic Ferry from there
 
Email:  tboutfitting@hotmail.com
Tel:        (709) 636-2972
 
 
 
                                               
 
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