Experience Deer Lake

Fast facts
  • Explore the dramatic landscapes of Gros Morne National Park
  • Drive through the Long Range Mountains in Humber Valley
  • Relax on the calm shores of Deer Lake Beach
  • Caribou used to cross the lake in their natural migration from north to south

Located in north-western Newfoundland, the quaint town of Deer Lake is considered the gateway to the province’s Great Northern Peninsula. Deer Lake is the closest populated town to Gros Morne National Park, one of the province’s four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Admire the park’s breathtaking fjords and towering cliffs that formed over hundreds of millions of years on a hiking or camping adventure. The famous Viking Trail also starts in Deer Lake and winds along over 500 kilometres; in addition to Humber Valley, which traverses the Long Range Mountains.

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Travel tips

National language: English and French

Currency: CAD (Canadian Dollar).

Language notes: Hello and bonjour! In Canada there are two official national languages.

Voltage: 120V

What to pack: Don’t know what to bring? Don’t worry. Click here for a full checklist to print and refer to when packing for your vacation.

What to buy: Deer Lake hosts a popular annual strawberry festival in the summer. You'll want to indulge in these delicious, juicy berries if visiting Deer Lake in the summer months.

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