Captain James Cook Historic Site, perched on Crow Hill, in Corner Brook, Newfoundland is where you will find the Captain James Cook Monument and some far reaching views of the Blomidon Mountains, Bay of Islands and the community of Corner Brook. Captain James Cook is credited with the surveying (mapping) of the Bay of Islands in 1767.
Captain James Cook Historic Site adventures, and activities most enjoyed includes hiking, sightseeing and picnicking.
Because it is a great filler activity when you have spare time. Not only do you learn a little about our Canadian history you also score some amazing views of the Corner Brook and "Bay of Islands" area. Make it a clear day and it gets even better.
The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around the Captain James Cook Historic Site includes a statue, information signs, hiking trail, lookout, sightseeing benches and parking.