Located in Central Labrador, the Town of Happy Valley-Goose Bay is a vibrant community with the largest Indigenous population in Newfoundland & Labrador. With a diverse culture of Innu, Inuit, Metis, and Settlers, we are proud of our strong hunting, fishing and trapping heritage. Rich in natural resources and with a strong connection to the environment, we are surrounded by the beauty of the Mealy Mountains National Park Reserve, the Grand (Churchill) River, and Lake Melville.
- Kinsmen Park
- The Labrador Military Museum
- Lawrence O’Brien Arts Centre
- Hiking & Biking Trails
- Snowmobile Trails
- Birch Brook Ski Trails
- Northern Lights Dog Sledding
- Komatik Tours
- Cain’s Quest Endurance Race (Biennial)
- Them Days Archives & Publications
- Moravian Church (circa 1954)
Happy Valley-Goose Bay is accessible by Air, Sea & Road. However, with over 1100 km of highway, 6,000 km of coastline and 294,300 sq. km of landmass, Labrador is one of the last great wilderness areas on the planet. A trip to Central Labrador is an adventure and travelers should plan accordingly.
Coming from mainland Canada, Route 500 is fully paved and stretches from the Quebec border to Happy Valley-Goose Bay (530 km). Coming from the island portion of NL, Route 510 is partially paved and stretches along the east and south coasts from Blanc Sablon, QC (619 km). Once here, Route 520 will take you to nearby communities of North West River and Sheshatshiu Innu Reserve (42km).
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