Activities & things to do in Corner Brook

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Cross Country Skiing

The Blow-Me-Down Cross Country Ski Club located at Lundrigan Drive is one of the best cross-country ski facilities in Canada. The ski park lies in a snow belt 328 meters above sea level.

Marble Mountain Resort

Nestled at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Marble’s massive 54,000 sq. ft. post and beam lodge is ideally located just 6 kilometers from Corner Brook Marble Mountain measures 1700ft. from the top to the base of the mountain and boasts of 16 ft. of natural snowfall every year and has 27 superbly groomed trails and 7 mogual runs available.

Heritage Tree
This 17 meter (50 ft.), 360-year-old cedar tree from British Columbia, Canada represents more than 1000 years of Newfoundland and Labrador history. 60 scenes carved by local artists depict the culture and heritage of our province.

Nature Walks
Experience nature at its finest - view the spectacular Steady Brook waterfall and on-site Beaver colony.

Baseball, Soft Ball, Soccer, Bowling

Baseball and soccer fields are at various locations throughout Corner Brook.

Bowling at Center Bowl is located on Reid Street in Downtown Corner Brook.


Blow-Me-Down offers mountains rising to 2,200 feet, terrain consisting of everything from intermediate to extreme slopes and an average snowfall of sixteen feet.

Caving Tours

The Corner Brook caves are found two kilometers west of Corner Brook just off the Trans Canada on the Corner Brook Stream. To explore the caves a guide is required.

Corner Brook Stream Trail

This downtown trail system is within easy walking distance of downtown hotels and the downtown business centre in Corner Brook. It is meant for recreational walking for people of all ages. For the most part, slopes are gentle and the trails have a hard gravel surface. Wet spots and small brooks are crossed by foot bridges. Steps are located on steeper slopes. Rest areas located throughout the trail system.

Crystal Waters Boat Tours

Boat tour originates from the City’s Yacht Club. Passengers will tour the scenic Bay of Islands beginning with historic Woods Island, a popular settlement dating back to the early 1800’s where fish merchants from every stripe – including French and American Schooner fishing fleets fished for herring stocks pursued their livelihoods. Resettled by the Newfoundland government in 1960 the descendents settled to the communities that make up the beautiful Bay of Islands. The island is uninhabited except for one family who still resides there. Also view the scenic fishing village of Lark Harbour which is nestled between the harbour and the mountains. Sail by Guernsey Island, commonly known as Weeball, recognized for its sheer cliffs that drop straight into the sea. It is a common occurrence to see Humpback and Pot Head whales chasing herring and squid around the bay.

Dinner Theatre

Presented by Theatre by the Bay and located at the Royal Canadian Legion. Performances of “A concise history of Newfoundland and Labrador - Dinner Theatre with vignettes and song” take place on Sunday and Monday evenings from June to August.

Margaret Bowater Park

Nestled in the heart of the City of Corner Brook, this beautiful park offers playgrounds, supervised swimming in the cool waters of Corner Brook Stream, and from time to time special family events.

Salmon Fishing

The Humber River is considered one of the best Atlantic Salmon Rivers in North America. Like most rivers of the West Coast and White Bay, the Humber River hosts salmon runs in the spring, summer and early fall. Licenses can be purchased at local sporting goods stores.

Sea Kayaking

The west coast of Newfoundland and White Bay corridor, will known for its mountains, lush forests reaching to the sea, and wild and beautiful coastlines, offers a variety of destinations for the ocean paddler. A guide is required.


There is an established network of trails around the Corner Brook and surrounding area.


There are 2 swimming pools in the City – Arts and Culture Center and Sir Wilfred Grenfell College. During the summer swimming is available at Margaret Bowater Park.

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