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Accessible by Trans-Labrador Highway Route 510, air and by sea.
By road from the south take route 510, four kilometres north of Blanc Sablon paved highway for 86 km to Red Bay, Services: food, medical, accommodation, repair, shopping, crafts. Take new gravel highway no services for 74 km to Lodge Bay, Services: none but Services enroute at Mary's Harbour: gas, food, accommodation, medical, airstrip, banking, crafts & gifts. Then take new gravel highway for 62 km from Red Bay to Port Hope Simpson, Services below. Total: 222 km.
By road from the north take route 510 new gravel highway from Cartwright for 187 km, Services: none. Services at Cartwright: gas, food, medical, accommodations, repair, shopping, crafts.
Ferry information: for schedules, rates and reservations at the Blanc Sablon terminal phone the Strait of Belle Isle Ferry Service 1-866-535-2567 and the Quebec North Shore Ferry Service 1-418-723-8787.
By snowmobile: There are extensive snowmobile trails connecting Port Hope Simpson with the communities of Cartwright, Black Tickle, Charlottetown, Mary's Harbour, Battle Harbour, Lodge Bay and Red Bay. Information: 
To reach Port Hope Simpson from the south Coastal Labrador Marine Services operates a coastal ferry and freight service during the summer months. Phone 709 960-0292,
Labrador Marine Services, . operates a drive-on, drive-off 90 minute daily crossing service from St. Barbe to Blanc Sablon. The MV Apollo easily carries some 70 vehicles including capacity for full-sized tractortrailer trucks in addition to motorcoaches, and RVs.
Relais Nordik,  operates a passenger-cargo service along the Lower North Shore of Quebec to Blanc Sablon. As the N/M Nordik Express stops in each port to unload supplies you have opportunity to visit the villages and historic attractions.
To reach Port Hope Simpson from the north: Labrador Marine Services operates the M/V Sir Robert Bond to Cartwright and route 510, .
The coastal boat M/V Northern Ranger operates from Happy Valley-Goose Bay to Cartwright and route 510 on a weekly basis and provides a twice weekly service between Charlottetown (route 510) and Port Hope Simpson weather permitting.
By boat, car, truck, snowmobile, snowshoes, skis depending on the time of year. Deep water port with docking facilities, regional airstrip, helicopter pads, groomed snowmobile trails, Nordic ski trails and overnight cabin, gravel road; RV(Recreational Vehicle)Park, Bay View, Port Hope Simpson; Phone 709 960-0405; Fax 709 960-0406; Contact Redge Russell;
Alexis 150 Sled Dog Race A great event as mushers compete in a race to test their skills against the elements of our Labrador winter; March; Phone 709 960-0228; Fax 709-960-0210; Contact Margaret Burden;
Barton Hicks Memorial Hockey Tournament, Annual invitational hockey tournament; January; Phone 709 960-0275; Fax 709-960-0210.
Canada Day Celebrations, July 1st; Phone 709 960-0236; Fax 709 960-0210. A fun-filled event for the whole family.
Eagle River Dart Championship. Phone 709 960-0240 Fax 709-960-0210. An annual dart tournament where the best dart players along the coast compete for the Eagle River Cup.
Easter Festival A week long event of sporting activities and entertainment in Port Hope Simpson; Phone 709 960-0240; Fax 709 960-0210.
Festival of Friends A celebration of friends that promotes and encourages a sense of pride and accomplishments; it's time for food and laughter; Port Hope Simpson has an open door policy for family, friends and visitors! Held annually in the last weekend of July.
Phone 709 960-0222; Fax 709 960-0210.
Guy Fawkes Night Bonfires light the sky; weiner and marshmallow roast, family and friends gathering; all visitors welcome; Phone 709 960-0236; Fax 709 960-0387.
Labrador Sno’Blast Ride on the finest of snowmobile trails to Port Hope Simpson for a weekend of fun and entertainment; held annually last weekend in February;
Phone 709 960-0228; Fax 709 920-0210.
Polar Bear Dip All are challenged to take a dip in our chilly Labrador water; all participants receive a memento T-shirt; this event is followed by a night's entertainment at the Alexis Hotel, May; Phone 709 960-0228; Fax 709 960-0210; Contact Carol Burden
See A Stamp From Our Past, The Northern lights, seabirds, whales, polar bears, black bears, moose, wolves, angling (salmon and trout), dramatic beautiful ocean, forest, rivers and streams, abandoned fishing villages - frozen in time, Crown Land for development, craft construction, clean fresh air, annual Sno'blast The Climax of all Winter Attractions, Annual Eagle River Dart Championships, sports weekends, community playground and pick wildberries; explore the fascinating history about the first company town in Labrador; discover the early settlers' courageous struggle against the unsustainable development of the Labrador forests by the Labrador development company limited.
Adventure tourism (soft, medium and hard core), hiking, camping, biking, icefishing, angling, nordic skiing, showshoeing, dog sledding, snowmobile treks, nearby whale watching and icebergs.
Generous portions of very tasty, freshly-cooked Labrador cuisine. Fish a speciality. Alexis Hotel with Restaurants, Grocery Outlets, General Shopping Outlets.
Campbell's Place B&B and Coffee Shop, 98 Pioneer Street (From Goose Bay take the first two left turns. From Red Bay -Turn right at Penney's Pitstop then turn left at the next stop sign - stay on Pioneer Street), ☎ 709-960-0269. Soup, Chilli, Baked Beans, Homemade subs, Sandwiches, pizza by the slice and a large selection of baked goodies.edit