Stephenville is located on the west coast of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. More particularly,
48º 33′ N 58º 33′ W.
The town of Stephenville was built on the shores of Bay St. George, with the Table Mountain to the northwest and the Indian Head Range to the east and northeast. The Lewis Hills, the highest elevation on Newfoundland island at 2672′ above sea level, lie at the coastline of Port au Port Bay about 20 kilometers north.
How to get here.
Stephenville is only hours away from eastern North American cities by air. Regularly scheduled flights serve Stephenville International Airport from points in Canada and the U.S. as well as other parts of Newfoundland and Labrador. The largest runway in Newfoundland, in excess of 10,000 feet, Stephenville Airport is ideally located and equipped to service both domestic and international flights.
By way of route 460 or 490, Stephenville is 166 kilometers from the Marine Atlantic ferry terminal in Channel-Port aux Basques. A regular trans-island bus service, DRL Coach Lines, makes regular daily stops in Stephenville.