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If you plan
to hunt in Newfoundland & Labrador, there are two options to get
here. First you could fly in to the island through the airport
in Deer Lake. Deer Lake has incoming flights from various
parts of Canada. The most common means of flight is through
At the airport, a taxi service will be available to bring you on the
five minute drive to
Motel, where you will be met by the staff of Leslie Lake
If you are arriving a day in advance as many clients do, reservations should be made at the Deer Lake Motel. The same shall apply on departure.
Transportation to the hunting lodge will be by motor vehicle which is ideal for both us and the client. It prevents delays both getting to and from camp which may occur in camps operating by bush plane or helicopter. Keeping you on schedule. Also, allows meat harvested to be taken to the butcher on request, no spoilage.
After leaving Deer Lake, Leslie Lake is a 75 mile drive. Most of the driving is on blacktop with the exception of the last 10 miles. The last leg of the journey is over a logging road. This road is not maintained by the Department of Transportation and is rough in places. If you are driving to Newfoundland we recommend you travel by truck or SUV, and not by car. If you request, you can leave your vehicle at Deer Lake and travel with us.
When we reach our location a boardwalk trail awaits. This boardwalk trail will be used to transport luggage and supplies to the lake and of course for our clients to walk on.
A brief 20 minute walk puts you at Leslie Lake. Where we take a ½ mile boat ride to the lodge.
Although accessible by ATV there are no local hunters.