Corner Brook Stream Trail

Corner brook

Trail Length: 7 kilometres

Difficulty: Easy - Family
Park Amenities:
Dog Walking
Interpretive Signs
Wheelchair Access

Corner Brook Stream Trail

Corner Brook, Newfoundland Adventure Guide

Canada Parks, Trails and Places

Corner Brook Stream Trail is a 7 kilometre sightseeing trail network which explores the community of Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada. The most popular routes are the Three Bear Mountain, Glynmill Inn Pond and Corner Brook Gorge Trails. The trail network is a great way to view the community on foot as well as connect to attractions, restaurants, retail and services.

What are the Top Things To Do, Activities, and Adventures enjoyed at the Corner Brook Stream Trail?

Corner Brook Stream Trail adventures, and activities most enjoyed includes walking, sightseeing, dog walking, jogging, birding (birdwatching), swimming, shopping, picnicking and snowshoeing. 

Why Corner Brook Stream Trail near Corner Brook, NFLD?

Because it is a great way to give your vehicle a rest and get the blood circulating in your legs again. So why not park the car and view the community on this trail system. It is on these types of trails where you really get to know a community. 

What are the features, and amenities provided at the Corner Brook Stream Trail?

The more important, some would say only, features, amenities, services located in and around the Corner Brook Stream Trail includes sightseeing benches, trail map, rest areas, lookout platforms, trail app, information signs, green space, and parking.

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Corner Brook Stream Trail
O'Connell Drive
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How To Get ToCorner Brook Stream Trail

From downtown Corner Brook, Newfoundland, Canada it is a 1.5 kilometre (3 minute) drive east on Mt Bernard Avenue, then left on O'Connell Drive to the Margaret Bowater Park and the Corner Brook Stream Trail.
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