Getting Here

Map of Newfoundland, Canada
Map of Newfoundland, Canada

BY AIR

Tuckamore Lodge is located 2.2 kms from the village of Main Brook and a twenty-minute drive from the St. Anthony airport. Flights from Boston, New York, Toronto, Montreal, and Halifax can be arranged by your travel agent or by Tuckamore Lodge staff. Ground transportation to and from the airport is included in the weekly rate.

Please read the information about Air Canada at the bottom of this page regarding firearms.

BY CAR

If you wish to drive, Marine Atlantic provides year-round vehicle and passenger ferry service between North Sydney, Nova Scotia and Port aux Basques, Newfoundland. Ferry reservations are required. Upon arrival in Newfoundland, take the Trans Canada Highway to Deer Lake. Follow Route 430 (the Viking Trail) to Route 432 to Tuckamore Lodge. The approximate travel time from Port aux Basques to Tuckamore Lodge is 6-7 hours.

Travel Contacts

* Mention that you are travelling to Tuckamore Lodge !
Located in St. Anthony, NL
Toll-Free:  1 (800) 563-8389
Local:  1 (709) 454-0011

Email: dwhiteway@harveystravel-cwt.com
Office Email: arowbottom@harveystravel-cwt.com

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Inside Province of NL:  1 (800) 563-2800
Outside Province of NL:  1 (709) 576-1666

Tel:  1 (800) 341-7981
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Tel:  1 (800) 563-6353

Flight Info

From the St. Anthony Airport, there is a twenty minute drive to Tuckamore Lodge.

From the Deer Lake Airport, there is a four hour drive to Tuckamore Lodge. This drive takes you through the scenic Gros Morne National Park.

Provincial Airlines flies each day from St. John’s – St. Anthony;
Monday – Friday (3 times per day)
Saturday & Sunday – once a day, usually in the afternoon
This airline flies from Deer Lake to St. Anthony on Saturday, this is the only day of the week that this happens.
Special Rates have been arranged with this airline from St. John’s – St. Anthony.

The flight from St. John’s to St. Anthony is approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes.

Cancellation Insurance

To purchase cancellation insurance you can purchase insurance/travel through Carlson Wagonlit Travel-Harvey’s Travel in St. Anthony. Contact them toll free within Newfoundland at 1 (800) 563-8389 or at (709) 454-0011 and ask for Andrea or Daphne.

  • Please note that Carlson Wagonlit Travel-Harvey’s Travel cannot answer questions about Tuckamore Lodge specific programs.  Please do direct all your trip or related questions to our office (709) 865-6361. They can only answer questions about insurance or help you make air travel arrangements to the Main Brook area.

Air Canada

Hunting rifles and shotguns are accepted as checked baggage only, and must be unloaded. The firearm must be inhibited from being fired by using a secure, locking device mechanism on the weapon. The Firearm must be packaged in a specially designed, non-see through case that cannot be easily broken into during transport. Before Air Canada accepts the firearm you must sign a declaration form attesting that the gun is unloaded as well as a limited release form.

Ammunition is only accepted in checked baggage and must be packaged seperately from the firearm. Ammunition allowance is limited to 5 kg (11LB) per passenger. Only shells or cartridges are acceptable types of ammunition. Gunpowder and gunpowder pellets are strictly prohibited. Ammunition must be packed securely in a strong container of wood, metal or fiberboard, plainly marked “ammunition” or in the original inner carton. To avoid shock movement, the carton must be placed inside a suitcase and cushioned with clothing.

Restricted firearms such as handguns require government documentation for transport. Consult the Canadian Firearm Center and/or Canada Customs for complete details.

For Emergency, call 911 or 956-2424.
This will alert the pager system.