Choose the Great Northern Peninsula
Population: 21
Subregion: Bonne Bay
Tel: 709-453-2572
No Cell phone service
No DSL/Cable Internet
Yes Fire services
Yes Garbage collection
Yes Postal services
No Town Water & Sewer Hook-up
No Water & sewer
No Campground
Yes Convenience items
Yes Food service
Yes Gasoline
No Groceries
No Pharmacy
Travel by road to main centres...
Corner Brook83 km(50 mi)
Deer Lake32 km(19 mi)
St Anthony386 km(232 mi)
Wiltondale is located at the junction of Routes 431and 430 leading either to the southwest side of Bonne Bay and the northern segment of Gros Morne National Park and the Great Northern Peninsula. It is the entrance into the national park region and a gateway/welcome centre is located at the southern entrance to the community. Information on the park and payment service for park venues is available for visitors.

The community takes its name from its first settler, Norman Wilton who moved to the area from Woody Point in 1927. The family was relied upon to provide a way station for people travelling to the logging areas. For most of its existence employment to the town has been limited to logging to supply the local sawmills and for pulpwood.

Community and business services in Wiltondale include K-12 schools, Elwood Elementary/Regional High School and Tree House Family Resource Centre in Deer Lake 32 kms south, one retail store/liquor outlet, crafts, gas bar, church, cabins and restaurant for residents and visitors. In addition, recreational services are available in Deer Lake. Library, public internet access, health care, regional recreational services – hockey arena and swimming, police services and additional business services can also be found in near by towns in the Bonne Bay region, i.e. Woody Point, Norris Point and Rocky Harbour.
Facilities & Services
Museums & Heritage Facilities:
· Wiltondale Museum
Recreation Facilities:
· Cross Country Ski Trail
Religious Institutions:
· Wiltondale Anglican Church
More Shopping:
· Accommodations
· Crafts and Gifts
· Liquor and Wine
This page: 1,341 visits since October 01, 2011
Webmaster Login
Home | Choose | Settle | List of Communities | Business | Testimonials | FAQ | Gallery
For further information about the
Great Northern Peninsula
Contact Us Today!