Town of Happy Valley Goose Bay

Town of

Happy Valley-Goose Bay

Town of

Happy Valley-Goose Bay

Happy Valley - Goose Bay

Happy Valley
Goose Bay
Residents Community Services & Recreation

Community Services and Recreation

Recreation is vital for holistic well-being and community life quality. The Town is committed to affordable, quality recreational facilities. The Community Services & Recreation Department manages various facilities and maintains 1,860,647.19 square meters of green spaces.

Explore Parks, Trails, Birch Island Boardwalk, and Grand River Snowmobile Club Groomed Trails on the interactive map for feedback to the Director of Community Services and Recreation.

Annual programs include:

  • Volunteer Appreciation Event (April)
  • Summer Recreation Program (June – Mid August)
  • Canada Day Celebrations (July)
  • Happy Valley Day / Happy Valley Fest (September)
  • Polar Dip Fundraiser for the Labrador Wellness Centre (November)
  • Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony (December)
  • Santa Parade (December)
  • Seniors Social (December)
  • Winterlights Decorating Contest (December)

The Department also hosts:

  • Conferences and trade shows (e.g., Expo Labrador)
  • Bike Rodeo
  • Concerts
  • Labrador Winter Games
  • Sporting Tournaments

Investments in recreational infrastructure focus on wellness:

  • Kinsmen Park: Trails and splash pad
  • Skateboard Park expansion
  • Bike Park
  • Dog Park
  • Mealy Mountain Collegiate Sports Complex: Fencing, lighting, playground, and arena upgrades

Recreation Facilities and Public Venues:

  • E.J. Broomfield Memorial Arena (bookings required): Ice rink, conference room, canteen, convertible for non-ice events, with Wi-Fi.
  • Husky Park: Senior Ball Field, washroom facilities on request.
  • Kinsmen Park: Playground, walking trail, performance stage, BBQ & Picnic area (Private bookings), Splash Pad, washrooms.
  • Mealy Mountain Collegiate Sports Complex (bookings required for sports field usage): Skateboard Park, Bike Park, fields, washrooms, changing rooms.
  • Playground Facilities: Steve’s, Laurier Loop, Perrault Place, Robert Road, Spruce Park, Bike & Walking Paths, Green Spaces.

Goose Bay Curling Club:

  • Offers men’s, women’s, and mixed league curling teams, bonspiels, funspiels, and ice rentals. Municipally owned, operated by the Goose Bay Curling Club.

Address: 126 Edmonton Street Phone: 709-896-4062 Visit Facebook Page

Not municipally owned and operated:

Central Labrador YMCA:

  • Features an accessible 25m, 6-lane main pool, play pool, change rooms, conditioning center, indoor track, child care, and more.

Address: 2 Corporal O’Quinn Drive Phone: 709-896-YMCA

5 Wing Fitness, Sports & Recreation Centre:

  • Includes a gymnasium, cardio room, weight room, and squash court.

Phone: 709-896-6900 ext. 7708 Address: Building 339, Centralia Road, 5 Wing Goose Bay

Gears Gains Fitness Centre:

  • Offers 24/7 access to cardio, weights, and fitness classes.

Phone: 709-896-2298 Address: 251 Tippet Street Email: Website:

Amaruk Golf Club:

  • A challenging nine-hole course in rugged terrain.

Address: 327 Hamilton River Road Visit Website: Phone: 709-896-2112

Healthy Waters Labrador:

  • Collaborating on Birch Island Restoration and Trail project, creating a heritage site with an outdoor classroom, an eight-kilometer wheelchair boardwalk trail system, and wetland education for children.

For more information review our polices here.

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Investments in recreational infrastructure focus on wellness:

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