Lakeside Lodge and Conference centre at the Humber Valley Resort
Whale, Witless Bay, Newfoundland
Puffins, Newfoundland
Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse, Gros Morne Park,  Western Newfoundland

Whales, Whitless Bay


Lobster Cove Head Lighthouse
Gros Morne Park

West Coast Attractions

Humber Valley Resort is located on the banks of Deer Lake approximately half way between Deer Lake airport and Corner Brook the regional service centre for the west coast of Newfoundland. It, and by extension Lakeside lodge, is at the very heart of the natural playground which is the west coast of this wonderful island.

The west coast offers spectacular scenery all the way from the from the south west corner of the island through the Humber Valley region and Gros Morne Park to the northernmost tip of the Great Northern Peninsular. The region also offers a great variety of cultural experiences which include the site of the only known Viking settlement in North America at L'Anse aux Meadows, the remnants of French culture in and around the Port au Port Peninsular and First Nations peoples, particularly in and around Stephenville. There is also a strong musical and theatrical tradition on the West Coast and no visit is complete without exposure to one or both of these influences.

Also on offer (in season) is the opportunity to capture those iconic Newfoundland images of whales, icebergs and Moose although the first two of these will likely involve a trip to the northern part of the Great Northern Peninsular.

The west Coast is also the center of a lot of outdoor adventure activity in both summer and winter. Activities on offer include:

 Whales, St Anthony

Whales, St Anthony

Summer - world class salmon fishing on the Lower Humber River and other rivers, trout fishing, sea angling, walking and hiking, biking and mountain biking, caving, kayaking, sea kayaking, canoeing, boat tours, photography, bird watching, Marble Zip Line, horse riding and ATV trips

Winter - skiing and snowboarding on Marble Mountain, the biggest ski hill in Atlantic Canada which is only 10 minutes from the Resort, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding, ice fishing (in season), snow shoeing, Marble Zip Line, caving and fun in the snow.

Available on site are the renowned River Course, the multi award winning golf course designed by Doug Carrick which was described by Jason Logan, the Managing Editor of ScoreGolf Magazine, in a radio interview in Spring 2009 as follows: "In the face of strong competition in Alberta and BC arguable the best new course in Canada in the last 25 years" and "Probably the best course ever designed by Doug Carrick", the Elements Wellness Spa, the bar in the Eagles Perch club house which is serving bar snacks and a variety of tours and adventure activities from Appalachian Adventures who are operating from the Resort this summer.

Visit our main accommodation website for more information on places to visit and things to do in the area

Traditional Newfoundland Dory

Traditional Newfoundland Dory 


Lakeside Lodge at Humber Valley Resort is Western Newfoundland's newest boutique meeting and events venue.