Travel to Trout Point Lodge's resort destination in the Bon Temps vacation region . . .
The stunning natural setting of the Tobeatic Wilderness & Tusket River is more than worth the trip.
There are lots of ways to plan the unforgettable journey to Trout Point Lodge, wherever in the world you are.
Running June - October, there is a daily ferry service between Portland, Maine and Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Trout Point is just 25 miles from the Yarmouth International Ferry Terminal. "The Cat" starts service June 15, 2016 and offers a high-speed crossing of the Bay of Fundy in 5 1/2 hours. Another new $44 million ferry operated by Bay Ferries provides daily service between St. John, New Brunswick and Digby, Nova Scotia. Digby is about an hour's drive from the resort.
The web site flyHalifax provides complete information on air transport, including reservations links. Porter Airlines now provides Halifax air service from Toronto's City Centre Airport, from Ottawa, as well as St. John's, Newfoundland. ASL Airlines France to and from Dublin, Ireland direct (with continuing service to Paris). Delta Airlines flies from New York City, daily; American Airlines from Philadelphia; United Airlines from Newark, N.J.; and Air Canada from London, England, Toronto, and Montreal, among other places. Condor flies from Frankfurt, Germany, and Iceland Air from Reykjavik.
For those wanting to fly and drive, Halifax International Airport lies about 3 hours north of the lodge, and has all major rental car agencies.
For the current moment, we recommend taking the route using Hwy. 101 rather than the South Shore route using Hwy 103 due to the deterorated condition of Hwy 203 between Shelburne and Trout Point. If already travelling the South Shore, Trout Point is about 45 minutes from the Shelburne/Ohio exit off of Highway 103, the route south from Halifax. Take the road towards the Ohios.
The Lodge can be reached by car from either Shelburne or Yarmouth. The Lodge is remote, and access is by a 3-mile long dirt-and-gravel road. The Trout Point Road lies off of the East Branch Road, which is off of Highway 203. Driving Directions appear at the bottom of this page.
Written driving directions are also available at the Visitor Information Centre in Yarmouth.
Both Yarmouth and Halifax have major car rental agencies. For more complete travel information and links, please visit www.acadianfarm.com.
From Yarmouth to Trout Point:
From Halifax Stanfield International Airport to Trout Point via Hwy 101 (recommended)