EXPERIENCE CENTRAL NEWFOUNDLAND
LIKE NEVER BEFORE
Right in the heart of Newfoundland, the Central region contains some of the best outdoor experiences to be found in the province.
As you cross the island portion of Newfoundland and Labrador, you will encounter a stretch of highway that passes through a breathtaking stand of tall birch trees, followed by a stone fence, proclaiming “Welcome to Scenic Green Bay.” And those sights are just a little bit off the beaten path, along Route 390 where you’ll find two small towns that offer visitor experiences on a grand scale: Springdale and King’s Point.
Your perfect home base while exploring the heart of Central Newfoundland, Indian Falls Chalets is situated right at the entrance to beautiful Springdale.
Discover what Central has to offer visitors, from hunting and sport fishing, hiking, whale and iceberg watching, sea kayaking, and so much more!
INDIAN FALLS CHALETS EXPERIENCES
GUIDED SNOWMOBILE TRIPS
Spend a day in the woods that you’ll never forget.
Leave Indian Falls Chalets on snowmobile, and head up to the Baie Verte Peninsula.
Stop along the way at the warm-up shack for tea and fire-roasted sandwiches.
Cost $250/ group for a max of 5 hours
AFTER DARK SNOWSHOE WALK
A unique, fun-filled evening of snow, laughter and music.
Grab a lamp and head out on the hiking trail along Indian River under the stars.
End your trek at Indian Falls to take in the sights and sounds of the falls at night; then join us back at the fire pit for a camp fire and music.
Cost $20/ person.
A relaxing guided trek through the snow that’s perfect for travelers of any age.
Leave Indian Falls Chalets on snowshoes and trek along the banks of Indian River. Learn all about the local wildlife, the history of the indigenous people who used Indian River and its banks for survival, and take in the scenes and sounds of Indian Falls in winter.
We’ll stop along the way for a boil-up with tea and fire-roasted sandwiches.
*Bring your own or snowshoes, or they can be provided.
Cost $30/ person.
In this unforgettable interactive experience, you will learn everything you need to know about rabbit snaring.
Shawn will teach you to make your own rabbit snares. Once you’ve mastered snare-tying, we head to the woods where you will learn to set and check snares, as Shawn teaches you all about the local rabbit habitat; then teaches you how to dress and properly prepare rabbit for consumption later.
Your rabbit hunting experience will be followed by a boil-up with tea, homemade bread and a feed of rabbit!
Cost $50/ person