Deer Lake Newfoundland and Labrador Canada

5 Famous Tourist Places in Deer Lake Newfoundland and Labrador Canada

Deer Lake is a very beautiful and a small town which is located in the western region of island of Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. As per Canadian Census 2016, population of Deer Lake Newfoundland and Labrador Canada was 5249.

This town derives its beautiful name from The Deer Lake and is located at an outlet of upper Humber River at the northeastern end of lake.


Famous Tourist Places in Deer Lake Newfoundland and Labrador Canada

1. Newfoundland Insectarium: This Newfoundland Insectarium museum is located to the outside Deer Lake. This place features a huge wide variety of mounted insects which are found around the world and was organized by the geographical region.

This place covers insects of Newfoundland Labrador, Canada. Live arthropods are dispersed around mounted displays, which include cockroaches, scorpions and tarantulas.

This museum also includes glass of beehive with a leaf cutter ant colony, live honeybees, a walking trail and an extended 92-foot butterfly house.


2. Deer Lake Beach: Just come at this place and enjoy the sand between your toes while walking along this beautiful Deer Lake Beach. This beach is best for relaxing under sunlight, summertime reading or picnics.

Get a picnic lunch and savor flavor in this beautiful summer season which was featured in the Town of Deer Lake.


3. Cache Rapids Stable: Cache Rapids Stable is a family operated riding stable that offer Western style riding. You can enjoy your horse ride with help of well trained and quite horse trainers.

This place offers all levels of ridings. You can come and see its Newfoundland Ponies! Those horses are selected which suits your ability and suits rider size.

This place also offers a huge selection of rides from the pony rides for full day,half day,1 hour or 1/2 hour guided number of trail rides. Riding helmets are also being provided at this stable.


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