Visitor Services

Local Scenery - Town of St. AnthonyThe St. Anthony & Area Visitor Information Centre (VIC) is a seasonal VIC that operates from the Grenfell Interpretation Centre in St. Anthony. Drop by and local specialists will help you plan your time in the area. Pick up maps, visitor guides and brochures for must-see attractions, events, surrounding communities, and tours to help you see it all.

Open seven days a week from 8am – 5pm from June to September.

Each year the Newfoundland  & Labrador Department of Tourism offers an updated Traveller’s Guide. You can order a free printed copy by calling 1-800-563-5363, visiting the Newfoundland & Labrador Tourism website or pick one up at a VIC once you arrive.

St. Anthony has many lively festivals & events scheduled throughout the year.   In March, area residents gather in St. Anthony for the Annual Winterfest celebration – which highlights the best in traditional winter carnivals – with events & competitions scheduled daily.  Join us for our summer music concerts, Canada Day celebrations & our annual Iceberg Festival.

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The drive getting here is amazing! You will travel along the beautiful West Coast of Newfoundland (Route 430), affectionately known as the Viking Trail and through internationally acclaimed Gros Morne National Park. The highly scenic drive between Deer Lake & the northern tip of Newfoundland is rated as one of the most beautiful drives in Canada (according to the Canadian Book of Lists).

Visitors can fly directly to the St. Anthony Airport from St. John’s. Upon arrival, you can take a shuttle to the Town of St. Anthony or rent a vehicle.

By Air:
St. Anthony Airport (YAY)
PAL Airlines  – Daily service from St. John’s and other provincial destinations
Deer Lake Regional Airport (YDF) – Daily year-round direct service from Toronto & Halifax
Deer Lake Rentals
Air Canada – Daily services from Toronto, Halifax & St. John’s.
West Jet – Seasonal May thru October

By Sea:
Marine Atlantic  – Year-round service from North Sydney, NS to Port aux Basques, NL
Reservations: 1 800 345 7981

Provincial Ferry Service  – Service from Blanc Sablon, QC to St. Barbe, NL
Reservations: 1 866 535 2567

To help you plan travel times and distances, please visit the Road Distance Database offered by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Business Directory Maps

Our business directory lists all the businesses in the area.  It is categorized by name, business type, and services offered.  Please note that a map is included for each business.

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Interactive Town Map

Our interactive town map helps tourists, residents and newcomers to locate town businesses, parks and other town facilities.

Map Instructions:
1. Click the button below to view the town map (the map will launch in a new browser window).
2. Select a map category to display all applicable red markers, which indicate the locations of all your chosen category listings.
3. Hover your mouse over the red markers to display the listing details in the lower right box.
4. Alternatively, you can hover your mouse over a category listing to display the red marker (which indicates the map location).
5. Use the scroll bars to review the full list of categories and listings.
6. Click “Display Street Names” box to view (or hide) street names within the interactive map.

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[View Town Street Map]