MAIN HUNTING LODGES
Our main hunting lodge is located at Peter's
Strides and is a fully equipped, permanent structure, constructed of lumber
and plywood. Staff and guides have their own sleeping quarters adjacent
to the kitchen, while the hunters sleep at the other end of the lodge.
Approximately 30% of the hunts are conducted from this camp, with the
use of vehicles. The area is gently rolling terrain and we are able to
cover a large area outside of the site by vehicle. In addition, we have
another main hunting lodge located in area 39 on the great northern peninsula.
This hunting lodge is constructed of squared logs and nestled, lake side
at Beaver Brook Pond (near Roddicton).
These camps are located in
various areas along the south coast of Newfoundland and provide direct
access to the LaPoile caribou herd. The hunts are conducted by boat or
foot, according to the place you desire. Each camp is constructed of plywood
and can accommodate up to six guests. They are equipped with wood stoves,
cooking utensils, bunks and foam mattresses. Your hosts will be monitoring
the herd in order to place you in the most productive area possible. PLEASE
NOTE : The baggage is limited to a maximum of 65 LBS for personal gear
into the camp. These camps are reached by helicopter or float plane from
our main lodge at Peter's Stride.