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Corner Brook, Newfoundland
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Local Attractions

The Corner Brook Stream Trail


l1.jpgJust outside the front door at the Glynmill  there is a set of stairs which will lead you down to the Corner Brook Stream.  The development of walking trails around the Glynmill Inn Pond and the Corner Brook stream makes a very interesting and scenic walk.


Margaret Bowater Park


Margaret Bowater Park offers a supervised natural swimming area and a safe play area with slides and swings. The Park is one of the entry points to the Corner Brook Stream Trail network. For further information, call 709-637-1232.

The Blomidon Golf & Country Club


l2.jpgOffers a challenging 18 hole golf course overlooking the beautiful Bay of Islands and Corner Brook. When visiting the city, bring your clubs and take in a few games.  Caddy service is available. For more information call 709-634-2523.


Marble Mountain


Marble Mountain offers some of the best alpine skiing in Eastern Canada. It is located 8 km from Corner Brook and caters to all levels of skiers. Boasting a multi-million dollar ski lodge with a lounge, ski shop, ski school, restaurant and relaxation area.

Historic Train Site


l5.jpgThe Railway Society of Newfoundland was created in 1987 when Baldwin Steam Locomotive #593, was moved from Bowater’s Park to the Historic Train Site at Humbermouth.  In its day, the Newfoundland railway carried passengers and freight between Port aux Basques and St. John's.


Captain James Cook Monument


Captain Cook was the first explorer to chart the Bay of Islands. Starting in 1762 he surveyed and chartered the coast of Newfoundland for five years. A must see for any sightseer - a  spectacular view of Corner Brook and the Bay of Islands from this location.